published: 2017-08-28 01:57:23중국 세균이 한국으로 미세먼지 속 박테리아 Fine dust,… it’s a big problem that plagues South Korea during certain times of the year. What you might not know is that the dust also contains bacteria. And it turns out that 85 percent of the bacteria found in South Korea’s fine dust was also found in dust from Beijing. Dust collected from South Korea and Japan had just a 70 percent overlap. Seoul National University’s Graduate School of Public Health released the results of its analysis of airborne microbes in fine dust in Seoul, Beijing, and Nagasaki on Monday. The results imply that bacteria from China could have flown into Korea mixed with the fine particles.
Dust from Beijing contained twice as many different airborne microbes as dust from Japan.