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[Photo News] After Sokcho, Pokemon Go now operational in Ulsan

By 손지영
  • Published : Jul 23, 2016 - 12:03
  • Updated : Jul 23, 2016 - 12:11

 

CATCHING POKEMON IN ULSAN — Citizens play Nintendo’s augmented-reality mobile game “Pokemon Go” in Ganjeolgot, a coastal park in the southeastern city of Ulsan in South Korea on Friday. "Pokemon Go" became partially operational in the area from Friday, as the game officially began service in nearby Japan the same day. The game has yet to officially launch in Korea, though it works in certain cities such as Sokcho and Ulsan as the game’s GPS signal is active there. (Yonhap)

CATCHING POKEMON IN ULSAN — Citizens play Nintendo’s augmented-reality mobile game “Pokemon Go” in Ganjeolgot, a coastal park in the southeastern city of Ulsan in South Korea on Friday. "Pokemon Go"became partially operational in the area from Friday, as the game officially began service in nearby Japan the same day. The game has yet to officially launch in Korea, though it works in certain cities such as Sokcho and Ulsan as the game’s GPS signal is active there. (Yonhap)
 
CATCHING POKEMON IN ULSAN — Pokemon character Bulbasaur appears on the smartphone screen of a local citizen playing "Pokemon Go" near Ganjeolgot, a coastal park in the southeastern city of Ulsan in South Korea on Friday. (Yonhap)



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