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SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA (JUNE 18, 2020) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (Korean) THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA WORLD TOUR KOREA PRODUCER, DANNY SHIN, SAYING: "(As soon as there is a sign of any symptoms, the person immediately) gets tested for coronavirus, and we get the results the next day so we can treat the symptoms, even if they are just from a common cold, after confirming it isn't coronavirus. We are running quite a stable and reliable system, which frankly wouldn't be possible without an exhaustive prevention and medical system." EXTERIOR OF BLUE SQUARE HALL WHERE THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA TAKES PLACE POSTERS ON BUILDING EXTERIOR PEOPLE USING DISINFECTANT-SPRAYING MACHINE (SOUNDBITE) (Korean) 25-YEAR-OLD VISITOR WHO CAME WITH HER BOYFRIEND, KIM NA-HEE, SAYING: "I trust that they are doing a thorough job of (coronavirus) prevention and that's why people come to see the show. I feel proud knowing that this show is only going on here in South Korea, so while I'm a bit worried, I still came to see the show." PHANTOM OF THE OPERA WORLD TOUR TICKETS AND HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE WOMAN AND DAUGHTER FILLING OUT HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE BEFORE ENTERING THEATRE QUESTIONS ON HEALTH QUESTIONNAIRE ASKING ABOUT SYMPTOMS AND WHETHER THAT PERSON WENT ABROAD WITHIN 15 DAYS WOMAN AND DAUGHTER USING HAND SANITISER AFTER FILLING OUT QUESTIONNAIRES (SOUNDBITE) (Korean) 45-YEAR-OLD SOUTH KOREAN WOMAN HERE WITH DAUGHTER, PARK SO-YUN, SAYING: "I postponed my tickets once, because I was worried (about coronavirus), but I came today. I feel safe because I can tell they are being very careful about virus prevention and disinfection, and I don't feel too uncomfortable about wearing a face mask during the show." VARIOUS OF PEOPLE TAKING PHOTOGRAPHS IN FRONT OF PHANTOM OF THE OPERA ART INSTALLATION ART INSTALLATION OF THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (SOUNDBITE) (English) ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA WORLD TOUR, RAINER FRIED, SAYING: "As you know Daegu originally was the hotbed for the virus here in Korea. In the meanwhile, it has come completely under control, and there's very few, very few cases now in Daegu, so the decision was made that it would be safe to go back to Daegu and what's so exciting about it is that I feel it's going to play a part in relaunching Daegu and letting people know that Daegu is open for business and we're very proud and feel very privileged that we will be the first theatrical production to go back to Daegu after it's been shut down for such a long time." STAFF OPENING THEATRE DOOR

South Korea Stages Phantom Of The Opera Musical With Virus Safety Rules

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By: Reuters

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