I did not ignore your numbers simply to ignore them, I ignored them because the two I checked are wrong, and so I assumed the rest are.
March 5th, South Korea reported 760 new cases, not 435.
March 2nd, South Korea reported 974 new cases, not 599.
In the past 3 days, two have been over the 500 figure you claim, and one was almost the 1,000 figure you claim has to be hit on Monday.
Even if dates were off by one due to timezone differences, those numbers do not appear in your set whatsoever.
You do understand that you can be re-infected with it, or the virus is a multiple week long infection period? You do understand this virus can have a very long incubation period, up to 14 days right? All together, when the virus does peak, it will be in weeks to months, not 1 week after the first case in a country. Combine all this with recent reports that testing isn't very conclusive currently, and we most likely are seeing the start of the ramp, not the end.
Coronavirus Update (Live): 120,001,098 Cases and 2,658,207 Deaths from COVID-19 Virus Pandemic - Worldometer
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Here is the entire data set. It is sourced directly from South Korea's daily count.
The numbers are reset at at different time, but are representative of 24 hour periods for GMT+0
Scroll down and you can flip through every single individual day. Either way your data set of two also displays a decline. You've just again cherry picked the two highest numbers conveniently.