The Inchon Airport Town and my new home (warning: gigantic pictures inside)

To see it all, visit here.

Digital door lock with video phone.

South Koreans like this kind of wooden floor.

Kitchen.

Still very popular in South Korean streets from Seoul to Busan. 3 for 1,000 Won (nearly US$9.)

Nearest school, opened just in this month. Elementary.

Public buildings.

That says, “Will Be With Citizens, Whenver, Wherever.”

Public buildings.

That says, “Will Be With Citizens, Whenver, Wherever.”

Sex, alcohol, and oblivion drive South Korean economy.

Now all that makes me want to go and see South Korea! :slight_smile:

I must say this all looks very nice and very very modern. Looks like a place I’d like to live (at least, for some time).

congrats!

Originally posted by Dee-ehn
[B]I must say this all looks very nice and very very modern. Looks like a place I’d like to live (at least, for some time).

congrats! [/B]

As I said earlier, the island itself is artificial, created solely for one of the newest and busiest airports in Asia. :slight_smile: Completed just a few years ago and the Airport Town was built mainly in 2002 and 2003. The usual cost of the apartment here is about between US$1,000 and US$2,000 per sq. m. Practically all homes and offices are equipped with 100Mbps internet lines.

Wow, when you said big piccys, you weren’t kidding:eek:

Cool piccys tho:cool: Makes me wanna go there!

Lucky, Lucky Kenshin
How come the world is so unfaire
Somebody lives in such nice places and others dont