2022 Symposium for the Preparation of Fisheries Development Plans in Gyeongsangbuk-do in South Korea

Updated Jul 25, 2022
On the 20th, at the ‘Symposium for the Preparation of Fisheries Development Plans in Gyeongsangbuk-do in 2022’ held at the Lahan Hotel in Pohang, Gyeongbuk on the 20th, industry and government officials participated as a panel to present their opinions on the development of the fishery industry in Gyeongbuk and suggest the direction for the domestic fishery industry.
A seat has been prepared. There were many regulations due to disputes between industries, but it was too late to resolve the interests through a meeting between the parties. In addition, the regulations made 20 or 30 years ago are far from reality, so I hope the government will meet with fisheries organizations to discuss ways to solve the regulations. It would be good to apply the underwater camera used by the National Fisheries Research Institute to the fishing village. This is because if you put an underwater camera in a fishing net, an abalone farm, or a crab trap, you can reduce costs such as oil and labor costs. In particular, in the case of snow crabs and red crabs, it only takes one day to get to the sea area where they are fishing, and the cost of oil alone costs more than 2 million won. Fishermen go out fishing with a sense of ‘there is likely to be meat’, and if there is an underwater camera, they can check whether there is fish and go out, which can help reduce costs. ...
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