A bus carrying over 10,000 people will be forced to leave the capital after a driver hit a pedestrian, according to Seoul City Council.
The bus, which was carrying a total of 12 people, hit the pedestrian around 9:30 p.m. in the Busan district.
There were no injuries.
Korean News reported that the bus driver, surnamed Kim, had been suspended.
The bus had been parked in front of a restaurant in the area.
Busan is a busy bus route that goes to the northern suburbs and the eastern suburbs.
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