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South Korea’s new pedestrian (người đi bộ) lights, which are designed to help people whose eyes remain glued to their phones (dán mắt vào điện thoại) as they walk, are drawing divided opinions. A viral TikTok, which apparently features the country’s capital, Seoul, shows how the city has come up with new LED lights, which change color from red to green in order to indicate that it is safe to cross.
the streets have been installed “on the floor” (pavement), so that people can check them while continuing to stare (nhìn) at their phones, without the need to even lift their heads up.
While some say that the tactic (cách, chước, thủ đoạn, mưu kế) is a simple one which can prove to be effective in preventing people from mindlessly walking right into traffic, many others have taken issue with the innovation. They seem to be miffed (mếch lòng, phật ý) about the fact that the country has had to resort to such measures simply because people can’t get enough of their mobiles. One user has commented that it’s unbelievable how many care “about their devices more than their life.”
Some have even lauded the move, while saying that it sets an example regarding the way “society should work.” Others have also admitted that the new pedestrian lights could actually prove to be useful, especially for people who cannot see well, and apparently, also for people who have social anxiety or are introverted.