Hotels are prohibited from providing toothbrushes and are fined 10 million won for ticket scalpers… What will change in March?

Hotels are prohibited from providing toothbrushes and are fined 10 million won for ticket scalpers…  What will change in March?


Fines for providing free disposable products at a hotel
Fine of up to 10 million won for illegal sale of ticket scalpers
Up to 70% reduction in reconstruction fees for one house per household

From now on, hotels and other lodging establishments with more than 50 rooms must not provide disposable items such as toothbrushes. In order to prevent selling tickets to famous singers’ concerts at dozens of times the price, ticket scalping using macro programs is prohibited.

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◆Prohibition of providing free disposable products in hotels

The Ministry of Government Legislation announced on the 29th that a total of 74 new laws, including these, will be implemented in March.

The Ministry of Government Legislation announced on the 29th that the ‘Resource Conservation and Recycling Promotion Act’ containing these contents will come into effect on March 29.

According to the enforcement of the law, lodging establishments that violate the obligation to prohibit the provision of disposable items and provide them free of charge will be subject to a fine of up to 3 million won.

In the case of group cafeterias and food service establishments, the provision of free disposable products is prohibited in principle, but may be provided for packaging and delivery.

However, in the future, even for packaging and delivery, customers should be able to choose whether to use disposable products through unmanned information terminals such as delivery applications and kiosks.

Police are on duty to crack down on ticket scalping. yunhap news

◆Fine of up to 10 million won for illegal selling of scalped tickets

In accordance with the ‘Performance Act’ that will come into effect on March 22, anyone can sell admission tickets, etc. to a performance using a so-called ‘macro program’ that automatically and repeatedly inputs specified commands into the information and communications network without obtaining the consent of the person entrusted with the sale. After purchasing, you should not resell it for more money.

Anyone who illegally sells admission tickets using these programs will be subject to imprisonment for up to one year or a fine of up to 10 million won.

An apartment complex seen from the 63 Square observatory in Yeouido, Seoul. Newsis

◆Up to 70% reduction in reconstruction fees for long-term owners of one house per household

The burden of reconstruction will be reduced for people who have owned apartments subject to reconstruction for a long time. According to the ‘Act on Recovery of Excess Profits from Reconstruction’, which comes into effect on March 27, if a ‘homeowner per household’ who does not own a house other than the house subject to reconstruction owns the house for more than 6 years, a contribution is made in proportion to the holding period. reduce some of the

If the target home has been owned for more than 6 years but less than 7 years, the reduction rate is 10%, and if it has been owned for more than 20 years, the reduction rate increases to 70%. In this case, the target person must be a person who owns one house per household at the time the imposition ends. Houses held for unavoidable reasons, such as inheritance or marriage, or houses held for residence during the reconstruction project period are excluded from the calculation of the number of houses.

Reporter Kim Ki-hwan [email protected]

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