hadong - The South Korean city of Hadong will sell cans with fresh 'mountain air' to its residents to help them with increasing air pollution. The municipality has taken on a Canadian company and has built a factory in the mountains, according to the South Korean press office Yonhap Wednesday.
At the factory in the forests 700 to 800 meters above sea level, cylinders are filled with 8 liters of compressed air from Mount Jiri. For converted slightly over 11 euros, the Hadongers with a special mask can then suck their lungs about 160 times.
Inhalation must give the user the feeling of being in a forest with cypresses. On June 30, the factory will open that can produce 1000 to 2000 cans of air daily.