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How park officials plan to reopen Park Shin Hye, which was damaged by a tsunami in 2006

The park was closed in 2006 when a tsunami hit a nearby mountain, and it was reopened only in August 2019.

The park’s director, K.T. Kim, said in a recent interview that the decision was based on the fact that the tsunami was so shallow that the damage was already done by then.

Kim said the park would have a “very different” look if it were open.

In the interview, Kim said the only reason the park is closed now is that it can’t accommodate the flood of visitors, as it did in 2006.

“We’re in a very difficult situation now,” he said.

Park Shin Hyo was the most-visited national park in South Korea in 2018.

A year later, the park’s opening date was pushed back again, to September 2019.

The park reopened last month.

Last year, the government estimated that about 100,000 people visited the park during its peak year.

While Kim said it’s still too early to know what the park will look like in 20 years, the project has drawn praise from conservationists.

Critics say the project is unnecessary and that it risks jeopardizing South Korea’s heritage.

South Korea’s National Parks Agency (NPA) has been working on restoring the park since it reopened last year.

The agency will spend about $6 million in 2020 on the project, while about $5 million will be used to build roads and a museum.

As part of the restoration, the NPA will be spending about $20 million to replace the wooden pavilion that served as a viewing platform for visitors during the earthquake.

It also plans to erect temporary shelters for tourists, including tents and a “tent city” where visitors can sleep under a tree for the night.