Is China to Blame for Seoul’s Air Pollution?

Seoul’s air pollution is 8% worse when the wind blows from China. However, even when no air is coming from China, Seoul still averages more than twice the WHO annual limit of 10 micrograms. When the air is blowing from east-southeast (ESE) i.e., from other parts of South Korea, Seoul’s PM2.5 increases.

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