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Old October 21st, 2015, 06:35 AM   #21
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Universal Studio Theme park to be built in Songdo

In what appears to be huge news, Universal Studios has relaunched its project to open a theme park in Korea. There has been such a project going on for years, and it would have been located in Hwaseong. But due to difficult economic conditions, the project was cancelled in 2014.

However, there were rumors in 2015 that this project might be reborn, in a different location (http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/...px?aid=3004234)

It now appears, according to the article below that it will be built in Songdo.

In the photos below are the renders as well as the current location (still unbuilt).

However, this project has been a roller coaster for years, and it's probably years before this thing actually get built (if it does), so take these news with a grain of salt.

If it does get built, I think it would be a great location. Close enough from the airport, to the busy Incheon area, and connected to Seoul by subway. And at the same time, it only reinforces Songdo's overall viability. I really hope it gets done.


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유니버셜 스튜디오, 한국에도 생긴다 '경기도 화성'에서 인천 송도로 결정
[코리아데일리] 26일 세계적인 볼거리인 유니버셜 스튜디오가 한국 인천 송도에 유치될 것으로 보여 '워터월드'(캐리비안의 해적을 재현한 전 세계 유니버셜 스튜디오의 인기 공연)를 보게 될 확률이 높아져 네티즌들의 관심이 뜨겁다.
이는 이번 투자 활성화 대책으로 8년 간 멈췄던 한국판 '유니버셜 스튜디오' 건설이 경기도 화성에서 인천 송도로 결정된 배경은 (일본에 이어 중국까지 유니버셜 스튜디오를 유치함에 따라) 인천시도 이를 공공사업으로 분류, 세제 혜택 등 각종 지원에 나서기로 하면서 급물살을 타고 있다.

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▲ 인천 송도에 들어설 유니버셜 스튜디오
26일 인천시의 한 관계자에 따르면 “곧 착공에 들어갈 유니버셜 스튜디오는 세계적인 국제도시로 건설중인 인천 송도에 건설에 들어 갈 것이며 빠르면 올해 중으로 착공을 하고 건설은 늦어도 내년 봄쯤 시작을 할 것이다”면서 “이곳은 부지를 이미 확보해 놓고 공사를 진행하다가 중단했기에 국제도시의 면모에 맞게 일본과 중국보다 더 큰 유니버셜 스튜디오를 건설한다는 목표를 수립했다”고 말했다.

이처럼 유니버셜 스튜디오가 주목을 받는 것은 그동안 이 스튜디오가 들어설 송도테마파크 사업계획서 마감이 연말로 다가오면서 송도유원지 일원 옛 대우자동차판매㈜ 부지 잔금 납부를 앞두고 있는 D건설사기 회사의 사활을 걸고 국내 랜드마크가 될 테마파크를 조성하겠다고 자신하고 나서면서 급 물살을 타고 있다.


▲ 인천 송도에 들어설 유니버셜 스튜디오 조감도
현재 유니버셜 스튜디오를 테마공원의 일환으로 건설할 D건설사는 파산관제인과의 송도유원지 부지 매매 협상을 벌이는 과정에서 테마파크를 전담할 송도마린시티개발을 설립하고 테마파크 추진에 의욕을 나타내고 있다.


▲ 유니버셜 스튜디오가 들어설 인천 송도 부지
이 회사 한 관계자는 “그동안 부동산시행 이후 마이스산업 진출을 준비했으며 인천시와 함께 테마파크 연구를 위해 3년간 MGM 글로벌 테마파크를 다 돌며 장·단점을 파악했다. 국내에서 추진했던 글로벌 테마파크는 부지를 공짜로 쓰면서 이름만 주고 로얄티를 가져가는 형식이어서 결국 허상일 수밖에 없다"면서 "한국적인 걸로 세계적인 걸 만들자는 것이 우리의 의지이며 우리가 직접 설계하고 운영할 계획"이라고 밝혀 유니버셜 스튜디오는 가장 한국적인 특징에 맞는 스튜디오가 될 것으로 보인다.

이와 함께 이 회사는 유니버셜 스튜디오외에 40여개의 경쟁력 있는 아이템을 농축해 테마별로 5개로 정리한 '디스커버리 어드벤처' 개념을 도입했다. 워터사파리와 테마 입힌 동물원, 아쿠아리움과 수중호텔을 갖춘 오셔너리움 호텔도 계획하고 있어 인천시를 관광객이 찾는 세계적인 도시로 만들 청사진을 갖고 있어 주목을 끈다.


한편 인천시를 국제도시로 만들기 위해서는 정부와 인천시가 내놓은 투자 활성화 대책에는 기존에 추진하던 사업의 추가 애로사항을 발굴하고 이를 개선하는 방안도 함께 담겨 있어 유니버셜 스튜디오 인천 송도 유치가 현실화 되는 데 견인차 역할을 하고 있다.

이와 함께 인천 송도 유원지 부지근처에 유니버셜 스튜디오 국제 테마파크(USKR·유니버셜 스튜디오 코리아 리조트) 사업을 유치하기 위해 정부가 각종 지원책을 계획 중인 것으로 알려졌다.
이는 일본 오사카에 이어 지난 10월 중국 베이징도 유니버셜 스튜디오를 조성키로 하면서 정부도 탄력을 받았고 정부는 국제테마파크 프레임을 '공공사업'으로 전환해 사업성 분석 결과가 나오는대로 금융·인프라·외국인 투자지역 지정 등 혜택을 제공한다는 계획이어서 곧 착공할 것으로 보인다.


한때 유니버셜 스튜디오는 2007년 롯데자산개발 등 컨소시엄이 사업 시행자로 선정돼 인천 송도에 부지도 마련해 테마파크 조성에 나섰으나 사업자간 이견을 이유로 계약이 취소된 바가 있었지만 이번에는 인천시의 관광활성화 차원에서 극비에 추진, 성사가 됐기에 인천시민들의 주목을 받고 있다.

이를 접한 네티즌들은 "인천에 드디어 유니버셜 스튜디오" "헐 인천이라니.." "유니버셜스튜디오 나도 가보고싶다" “유니버셜 스튜디오 한국적인 테마 색다르네요” “유니버셜 스튜디오 화성이 아니고 인천에 생기나요” “말로만 듣던 유니버셜 스튜디오 한국에서도 볼 수 있다‘대박’이다”등의 다양한 반응을 보였다.
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Totally agree, I can't think of a better place to put a theme park. My reservations about Songdo's environmental damages and the design of its urban fabric are kind of moot at this point anyway, so why not put a major attraction there, especially when it's so close to the airport. I could easily see a family either making that one of their first stops when coming into the country, or making a day of it before leaving on an evening flight. I do think it'd have been great to put a train on Incheon Bridge so that people could take it to and from the airport to Songdo, but whatcha gonna do, right?
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Totally agree, I can't think of a better place to put a theme park. My reservations about Songdo's environmental damages and the design of its urban fabric are kind of moot at this point anyway, so why not put a major attraction there, especially when it's so close to the airport. I could easily see a family either making that one of their first stops when coming into the country, or making a day of it before leaving on an evening flight. I do think it'd have been great to put a train on Incheon Bridge so that people could take it to and from the airport to Songdo, but whatcha gonna do, right?
My thoughts exactly. I think it's pretty obvious that when you build a 1500 acres new city reclaimed from the seas, the odds of it not altering or damaging the environment are well... close to inexistant. So that's not the card that Songdo promoters should try to play. On the other hand, a theme park would fit in perfectly.

I think that you summed up the benefits for tourists and travelers very well, but it's also very convenient for Koreans and especially Seoulites. For Everland, pretty much no matter where you start from in Seoul, you'll have to take 3 lines from Gangnam station (Shinbundang, then Bundang, then Everland, and then you still have to take a bus for a few minutes). Of course you could take the bus, but that's not always convenient. To go to Songdo, there are many ways already, and with the Suin line extension (February 2016) and Incheon line 2 (July 2016), transportation between Seoul and Incheon will be facilitated even more.

Maybe more important are the benefits for Songdo. Most people that I know (I live and work in Gangnam) don't really know about Songdo or they only think that it's a money black hole. But for people who will be going to this theme park, it will open up their eyes on what Songdo has to offer. Central Park of course, but also its skyscrapers, convention center (Convensia), its future Art Center (and probably more to come in the future), so it will probably help change Songdo's image for Koreans who are not from Incheon....

Of course, that's assuming this thing get built. It will probably take between 5 and 8 years before this project is completed, if ever.
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Universal Studio Theme park to be built in Songdo

In what appears to be huge news, Universal Studios has relaunched its project to open a theme park in Korea. There has been such a project going on for years, and it would have been located in Hwaseong. But due to difficult economic conditions, the project was cancelled in 2014.

However, there were rumors in 2015 that this project might be reborn, in a different location (http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/...px?aid=3004234)

It now appears, according to the article below that it will be built in Songdo.

In the photos below are the renders as well as the current location (still unbuilt).

However, this project has been a roller coaster for years, and it's probably years before this thing actually get built (if it does), so take these news with a grain of salt.

If it does get built, I think it would be a great location. Close enough from the airport, to the busy Incheon area, and connected to Seoul by subway. And at the same time, it only reinforces Songdo's overall viability. I really hope it gets done.


http://www.ikoreadaily.co.kr/news/ar...l?idxno=215641

are u sure that? what a great information than s korea president I worship/bow tou bros.
i check daily every project of korea but I don't think so.

near future I can go to Universal studio korea(bigger than china) from my home town by taken in subways
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Universal Studio Theme park to be built in Songdo

In what appears to be huge news, Universal Studios has relaunched its project to open a theme park in Korea. There has been such a project going on for years, and it would have been located in Hwaseong. But due to difficult economic conditions, the project was cancelled in 2014.

However, there were rumors in 2015 that this project might be reborn, in a different location (http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/...px?aid=3004234)

It now appears, according to the article below that it will be built in Songdo.

In the photos below are the renders as well as the current location (still unbuilt).

However, this project has been a roller coaster for years, and it's probably years before this thing actually get built (if it does), so take these news with a grain of salt.

If it does get built, I think it would be a great location. Close enough from the airport, to the busy Incheon area, and connected to Seoul by subway. And at the same time, it only reinforces Songdo's overall viability. I really hope it gets done.


http://www.ikoreadaily.co.kr/news/ar...l?idxno=215641
http://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?...aid=0006943264

Songdo will not be getting the project, has Universal has finally decided to settle in Hwaseong (the company's original plan).

Thread opened today : http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1876068

Opening scheduled for 2020. That does seem awfully fast though, wouldn't be surprised if it was pushed back to 2021 or 2022
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http://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?...aid=0006943264

Songdo will not be getting the project, has Universal has finally decided to settle in Hwaseong (the company's original plan).

Thread opened today : http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1876068

Opening scheduled for 2020. That does seem awfully fast though, wouldn't be surprised if it was pushed back to 2021 or 2022

You say songdo But I say HWASUNG(look above my comment #26)
Who is right?
That is the reason why I say I'm the best concern Seoul project.

BTW as I said above comment I can go to the universal studio take by subway(shinansansun line) only 30~40 minute take from my home town to universal
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You say songdo But I say HWASUNG(look above my comment #26)
Who is right?
That is the reason why I say I'm the best concern Seoul project.

BTW as I said above comment I can go to the universal studio take by subway(shinansansun line) only 30~40 minute take from my home town to universal
Listen up here, I'm gonna go right to the point : You're a sad little person.

The only thing I've been doing these past couple of months is update people on new and existing projects, using press articles, official websites, company statements. Haven't been there as long as you, I'm not as fluent a Korean speaker as you are, but I've still amassed over 1,000 likes in less than a year, and reported on many projects unreported by you or some other people. So I've certainly been contributing. Am I the best contributor ? Probably not, and I couldn't care less. What I care about is urban development in Seoul and Korea.

What I cited was an article about the project, not my opinion. I have no dog in this fight between Incheon and Hwaseong... And I mentioned many times in my post that this was far from a done deal, hence the expressions "In what appears", "it would have been located in Hwaseong", "there were rumors", "this project might be reborn", "It now appears", "according to the article below", "this project has been a roller coaster for years, and it's probably years before this thing actually get built (if it does), so take these news with a grain of salt.", "If it does get built".

There had been a couple of reports in 2015 that this project might come back, either in Incheon or Hwaseong. Turns out to be Hwaseong. I saw the article too, but I was working and couldn't update it within the hour. I didn't need your post - ô, merciful god - to learn that they had decided to build it in Hwaseong.

And, I never claimed to be perfect. Unlike you, ô omniscient divinity, who's made such claims over and over again, while making mistakes every now and then (which is all right, everybody can be incorrect). But I'm not rubbing it in your nose every time you upload a project that is incorrect or doesn't come to fruiction. I don't have an ego problem and need to prove other people that I'm better than them by putting them down.

Also, for someone who claims to be the overlord of the Seoul/Korea projects, could you at least use decent romanizations, standard thread names, note double create threads that others have created, cite sources as often as possible and not fill your posts with texts in all caps and/or big bold font. Of course, I could also mention your off-topic political diatribes or your attacks against other users, but I fear there is no way to avoid that.

I'm tired of your antics, and I know for a fact that the moderators are too. You're just insecure because other users like me (or others) are also contributing actively and you fear that you'll "lose your crown" or something and you're trying to remain the only voice on this forum by bullying others.

Now go ahead, shout out your usual unintelligible profanity-laced reply...

Oh, and congratulations for derailing another post just to attack me.
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Universal Studio Theme park to be built in Songdo

In what appears to be huge news, Universal Studios has relaunched its project to open a theme park in Korea. There has been such a project going on for years, and it would have been located in Hwaseong. But due to difficult economic conditions, the project was cancelled in 2014.

However, there were rumors in 2015 that this project might be reborn, in a different location (http://koreajoongangdaily.joins.com/...px?aid=3004234)

It now appears, according to the article below that it will be built in Songdo.

In the photos below are the renders as well as the current location (still unbuilt).

However, this project has been a roller coaster for years, and it's probably years before this thing actually get built (if it does), so take these news with a grain of salt.

If it does get built, I think it would be a great location. Close enough from the airport, to the busy Incheon area, and connected to Seoul by subway. And at the same time, it only reinforces Songdo's overall viability. I really hope it gets done.


http://www.ikoreadaily.co.kr/news/ar...l?idxno=215641
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are u sure that? what a great information than s korea president I worship/bow tou bros.
i check daily every project of korea but I don't think so.

near future I can go to Universal studio korea(bigger than china) from my home town by taken in subways


http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news...16_193752.html

if you listen to my information comment then you would not mistake about universal studio.
but Don't be shy friend. Everybody can mistake. Because we are human. I understand you.
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http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news...16_193752.html

if you listen to my information comment then you would not mistake about universal studio.
but Don't be shy friend. Everybody can mistake. Because we are human. I understand you.
Look, at this point, I don't know if you're just acting in bad faith, or genuinely struggle to understand the point I made because of language proficiency issues.

My article predates yours by a month, and mentions both the existing (at the time) Hwaseong plan that had been falling apart, and a new location that is picking up steam for this project, Songdo. I mentioned times an times to take this article with caution, because it is a very prospective and forward-looking piece of news, and also because it isn't a very well referenced article anyways. Neither I nor the article claimed that this was a done deal, as USKR was still in limbo (regarding its very existence and the project location).

Did the information in this article turn out to be right, no ? Did I accurately report on a new development involving the project that implied a potential change of location from Hwaseong to Incheon-Songdo, yes. And that's all I'm doing. I'm not an industry insider, not a bookie who has to be right about his bets. I have to accurately report on a news article about the project, not be right about whether the project comes to life.

Same as when you reported about Yongsan IBD a couple of years ago. Were all the informations and designs you reported at the time correct? Absolutely! Did any of these projects come to life? No. Does this reality make you "wrong" or "ignorant"? Absolutely not. You did a great job of reporting, and what happened behind closed doors regarding this project and its demise afterwards doesn't take away anything you rightfully reported at the time.
If you can't understand that simple distinction, well, there's nothing more I can explain on this matter.

And please stop with the "I'm the only user worth listening to as I have all the information, and I'm correct all the time" BS.
I reported on the Seocho Lotte Town revival, I corrected your incorrect informations about opened sections of Gyeongui Line Forest Park (without rubbing it in your nose), I uploaded the most recent updates on the four major Yongsan project (Raemian, Prugio, Accor-Ambassador, AmorePacific), I'm the one uploading updates on Gangdong Raemian Palace or Seoul Forest Trimage. I don't remember you posting about the T/O and completion of Korea's tallest completions in 2015, Artwin... And I keep track of most smaller scale residential projects over 30 floors. Same with transportation, I reported on Pangyo Tram, Indeogwon-Suwon Line, Daejeon Line 3,... Since I love baseball, I probably know the current plans (and reported on it) for new ballparks under construction or in project in Korea. And I've also reported on most major projects involving Busan (LCT The Sharp, The W, BFC Phase 2, Ijin Bay City, Kempinski Hotel), so, I don't need your help, approval or whatever to make useful contributions.

You certainly make many of them, and we're all grateful for that, but it might be time to acknowledge the fact that you're not the only one interested in Korean projects and who can report about them... And there are many others as well: cestlavie24, Seoul_Korea, Victoria123, humptydumpty, Aquaticko, korea2002,... This forum is supposed to be a living community, helping each other, working together, not a place under one person's control. And this shouldn't prevent us from having healthy debates. Actually, I think that on many projects, I have opinions that differ greatly from aquaticko for example, but it always lead to a healthy debate that brings new perspective to a project, so I always enjoy hearing his side of the story... But apparently that's not something that you're capable and/or willing to do, having a mature, informed discussion

So now, since I am tired about these pointless arguments with you, here's what we should do. Don't try to reply to my posts to disparage me (or to any of my posts for that matter), and I'll do the same. And, as you might have noticed, I've kept liking your updates (while you've been "boycotting" me or something) and I will keep doing so for your future posts if I find them useful and informative. I would be hoping you would do the same, but either way, I'll keep liking your posts, because I believe it is, on a forum titled skyscrapercity, more important to praise new urban projects, rather than purposefully not doing so for the sake of a personal spat.

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Look, at this point, I don't know if you're just acting in bad faith, or genuinely struggle to understand the point I made because of language proficiency issues.

My article predates yours by a month, and mentions both the existing (at the time) Hwaseong plan that had been falling apart, and a new location that is picking up steam for this project, Songdo. I mentioned times an times to take this article with caution, because it is a very prospective and forward-looking piece of news, and also because it isn't a very well referenced article anyways. Neither I nor the article claimed that this was a done deal, as USKR was still in limbo (regarding its very existence and the project location).

Did the information in this article turn out to be right, no ? Did I accurately report on a new development involving the project that implied a potential change of location from Hwaseong to Incheon-Songdo, yes. And that's all I'm doing. I'm not an industry insider, not a bookie who has to be right about his bets. I have to accurately report on a news article about the project, not be right about whether the project comes to life.

Same as when you reported about Yongsan IBD a couple of years ago. Were all the informations and designs you reported at the time correct? Absolutely! Did any of these projects come to life? No. Does this reality make you "wrong" or "ignorant"? Absolutely not. You did a great job of reporting, and what happened behind closed doors regarding this project and its demise afterwards doesn't take away anything you rightfully reported at the time.
If you can't understand that simple distinction, well, there's nothing more I can explain on this matter.

And please stop with the "I'm the only user worth listening to as I have all the information, and I'm correct all the time" BS.
I reported on the Seocho Lotte Town revival, I corrected your incorrect informations about opened sections of Gyeongui Line Forest Park (without rubbing it in your nose), I uploaded the most recent updates on the four major Yongsan project (Raemian, Prugio, Accor-Ambassador, AmorePacific), I'm the one uploading updates on Gangdong Raemian Palace or Seoul Forest Trimage. I don't remember you posting about the T/O and completion of Korea's tallest completions in 2015, Artwin... And I keep track of most smaller scale residential projects over 30 floors. Same with transportation, I reported on Pangyo Tram, Indeogwon-Suwon Line, Daejeon Line 3,... Since I love baseball, I probably know the current plans (and reported on it) for new ballparks under construction or in project in Korea. And I've also reported on most major projects involving Busan (LCT The Sharp, The W, BFC Phase 2, Ijin Bay City, Kempinski Hotel), so, I don't need your help, approval or whatever to make useful contributions.

You certainly make many of them, and we're all grateful for that, but it might be time to acknowledge the fact that you're not the only one interested in Korean projects and who can report about them... And there are many others as well: cestlavie24, Seoul_Korea, Victoria123, humptydumpty, Aquaticko, korea2002,... This forum is supposed to be a living community, helping each other, working together, not a place under one person's control. And this shouldn't prevent us from having healthy debates. Actually, I think that on many projects, I have opinions that differ greatly from aquaticko for example, but it always lead to a healthy debate that brings new perspective to a project, so I always enjoy hearing his side of the story... But apparently that's not something that you're capable and/or willing to do, having a mature, informed discussion

So now, since I am tired about these pointless arguments with you, here's what we should do. Don't try to reply to my posts to disparage me (or to any of my posts for that matter), and I'll do the same. And, as you might have noticed, I've kept liking your updates (while you've been "boycotting" me or something) and I will keep doing so for your future posts if I find them useful and informative. I would be hoping you would do the same, but either way, I'll keep liking your posts, because I believe it is, on a forum titled skyscrapercity, more important to praise new urban projects, rather than purposefully not doing so for the sake of a personal spat.

Best regards,

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to be honest I have ton of thousand "OFFICIAL seoul government's paper" concern All seoul project(pro/app/demo/u/c etc)
As you see my post before where i update precise rendering architecture map.
i disappointed that ssc discuss only portal news's information. those quality less than daum skyscraper cafe. seoul is No1 e-government. So why not use those public open resource in here?
send me your e-mail then i will give you ALL information.
with that ssc more upgrade than now.frankly ssc information low quality for constructive discussion. that is shame.
they think and earn the money from global user's activation but as professional aspect ssc so low quality concern korea project.
i'm lazy and your have passion about korea project. so you can used my paper for further advanced send me your e-mail to me.
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OK Bros
to be honest I have ton of thousand "OFFICIAL seoul government's paper" concern All seoul project(pro/app/demo/u/c etc)
As you see my post before where i update precise rendering architecture map.
i disappointed that ssc discuss only portal news's information. those quality less than daum skyscraper cafe. seoul is No1 e-government. So why not use those public open resource in here?
send me your e-mail then i will give you ALL information.
with that ssc more upgrade than now.frankly ssc information low quality for constructive discussion. that is shame.
they think and earn the money from global user's activation but as professional aspect ssc so low quality concern korea project.
i'm lazy and your have passion about korea project. so you can used my paper for further advanced send me your e-mail to me.
Well, Thank you for adopting this behavior. I think it will be much more productive and pleasant for everyone if we can discuss in a respectful way like this.
Yes, I do know that Seoul has a lot of documentation, but they're updated daily, with some reports having hundreds of pages... So it's a bit too much for me to handle at the time. I do not have the time, and probably not the language skills either to rifle through all these Seoul Metropolitan Government notifications on a daily/weekly basis. The blogs, news sources, corporate websites I follow are enough for me right now to be able to update on many projects, so I think I'll stick with what I've been doing over the past couple of months.

But thanks nonetheless. If in the future I feel more confident and interested in obtaining such documentation, I'll make sure to PM you about it or directly search through the Seoul City website as I've done a couple of times.
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