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Old December 21st, 2015, 03:46 PM   #1301
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PARTIAL open 1.2km but extension more 6.3Km(YOUNGSAN~SANGAM).
Seoul kungeusun supgul(old rail road become to forest): forest way detail design U/C
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Old December 21st, 2015, 04:23 PM   #1302
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Since you mentioned imperial palaces, reminds me of news I saw last week regarding Gyeongbokgung (Seoul's most famous Palace) :
The phase two of the reconstruction project has been greatly reduced and the completion date pushed back.

The Joseon dynasty palace was almost entirely demolished by the Japanese during the occupation of Korea.

From 1990 to 2010, phase 1 of the reconstruction project saw the main buildings of the palace rebuilt, but still only 25% of what existed before Japanese occupation has been rebuilt. Out of 500 "dong" or units, 36 were preserved and 89 rebuilt during that 20-year timeframe.

The second phase, initially planned from 2010 to 2030, was supposed to lead to the recontruction of 254 dong. The plan was reviewed, and now, only 80 dong will be rebuilt, with the completion date of phase 2 pushed back to 2045.

If I understand correctly, the main reason for delaying the project is to minimize inconvenience for visitors. Amongst other reasons : preventing disasters during or after the completion of buildings by limiting the scope of construction and ensuring quality, as well as to figuring out if building too many buildings too soon might make "under-visited" compared to the number of visitors.

Below is the masterplan for phase 2 (it contains sub-phases ranked from 1 to 5). I believe this is the new revised plan (but it might be the original).



http://www.edaily.co.kr/news/NewsRea...07&OutLnkChk=Y
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Old December 22nd, 2015, 08:13 AM   #1303
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Judging by that plan, it looks like the phased reconstruction of the Gyeongbokgung Palace must involve getting rid of the modern buildings housing the National Folk Museum and National Palace Museum (which were built in 1993 and 2005) to make room for the rebuilt parts of the palace.
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Old December 22nd, 2015, 09:08 AM   #1304
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magok queen's park 10 u/c





magok queen's park 10 u/c C5-2,3block
SCALE : 3,401.00㎡
real built land : 2,040.20㎡ / built ratio : 59.99%
floor area : 31,798.02㎡ /
gross ratio : 599.31%
basement 4fl / overground 12fl
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Old December 22nd, 2015, 09:32 AM   #1305
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location(southern west side of seoul)

Not SEOUL project though but very important glad project's new inner boundary(satellite city) of seoul metropolitan
HAWSUNG is satellite city of Seoul metropolitan.
Today K-water OFFICIAL selected USK(Universal Studios Korea) consortium as first negotiation company for Universal Studio of SEOUL KOREA project!!


Long ago this project proposal but stop due to government's land selling stance's stubborn.
But this project resume by president of korea's public promise

So finally TODAY selected USK(Universal Studios Korea) consortium!


http://www.yonhapnews.co.kr/photos/1...13&input=1196m

USK(Universal Studios Korea) consortium consist with CSCEC: China State Construction Engineering Corporation, CTS: China Travel Service, DAEWOO etc

According to the K-water this SEOUL KOREA Universal Studios WILL BE built as largest scale than Universal Studios of JAPAN.
And competition with Universal Studios of singafore and China.


P.S this project very important for me. Cause SHINANSAN new subway line is going to pass this studio place.
So i can easily access to this sudio from my home(Geumcheongu of Seoul)


When this studio completed then I can go there within 30 minute by subway from my home town.

So far many korea visiting to OSAKA of japan or singafore for universal park,
But end up SEOUL will be has interesting amusement park in southern westside of seoul!
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Old December 22nd, 2015, 04:39 PM   #1306
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In the not-so-important-but-I'm-exited-to-talk-about-it-anyways news category, Shake Shack will open establishments in South Korea, starting with Seoul, in 2016.

The group plans to have 25 restaurants in Korea by 2025

Full press statement from the company

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MANNASO BANGAWOYO, SOUTH KOREA! SHAKE SHACK® IS SEOUL BOUND IN 2016

New York’s Beloved Burger, Hot Dog and Frozen Custard Stand Finds New Home in South Korea

Shake Shack® is movin’ East to shake up the capital of South Korea. Shake Shack® is thrilled to announce that together with its Korean licensee it will open the first-ever Seoul Shake Shack in 2016.

Shake Shack is both proud and honored to partner with SPC Group, a leading global food company based in South Korea, with 43 companies, 30 brands and over 6,000 stores worldwide. With 70 years of knowledge, experience and world-class innovation in the food and beverage industry, SPC Group lends the ideal expertise to launch Shake Shack in South Korea. Shake Shack and SPC Group intend to open at least one Shack in 2016 with plans to open 25 total Shacks in Korea through 2025.

Shake Shack is a critically acclaimed, modern day “roadside” burger stand known for its 100% all-natural antibiotic-free Angus beef burgers (no hormones added ever), griddled flat-top dogs, fresh-made frozen custard, crispy crinkle cut fries, beer and wine and more. A fun and lively community gathering place with widespread appeal, Shake Shack has earned a cult-like following around the world.

Originally founded by Danny Meyer’s Union Square Hospitality Group (“USHG”), which owns and operates some of New York City’s most celebrated restaurants—Union Square Cafe, Gramercy Tavern, The Modern at the Museum of Modern Art, Maialino, North End Grill, Blue Smoke and Marta—Shake Shack’s fine-dining heritage and commitment to sourcing premium, sustainable ingredients have helped to pioneer the creation of a new “fine casual” category in restaurants. Fine casual couples the ease, value and convenience of fast casual concepts with the high standards of excellence in thoughtful ingredient sourcing, preparation, hospitality and quality grounded in fine dining.

“We’ve heard from fans in South Korea for years that they’d like us to bring Shake Shack to their hometown, and we’re absolutely delighted to do so in the dynamic capital of Seoul”, said Shake Shack CEO Randy Garutti. “We consider it the highest privilege to partner with SPC Group, a revered operator whose admirable community commitment pairs strongly with our mission to Stand For Something Good®.”

The Seoul Shack menu will feature Shake Shack’s signature items including the ShackBurger®, SmokeShack® and Shack-cago Dog®. As it has done around the world, Shake Shack intends to work with local purveyors and producers to create a one-of-a-kind Shack for the Seoul community.

“We are honored to partner with Shake Shack whose company mission is to Stand For Something Good®”, said Hur Hee-Soo, Senior Managing Director of SPC Group. “We believe that bringing Shake Shack to the Korean market will enhance sincere hospitality, provide a fun and welcoming community gathering place, and extend support to the local community. This venture well aligns with our dedicated history of commitment to make the world a happier place and we are extremely excited to open the first Shake Shack in 2016.”

Shake Shack is a New York City institution and global brand. In its 11-year history, Shake Shack has been recognized with numerous accolades, including Bon Appétit’s “The 20 Most Important Restaurants in America” (ranked #16), TIME Magazine’s “17 Most Influential Burgers of All Time” (ranked #7 for the ShackBurger) and winning “Best Burger” in 2007 and 2014 at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival’s Burger Bash.

https://www.shakeshack.com/2015/12/2...bound-in-2016/
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Old December 23rd, 2015, 06:04 PM   #1307
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http://news.mt.co.kr/mtview.php?no=2...pDepth2=Etotal

Seocho Lotte Town project is back on. Lotte Group has recently submitted a project to the city of Seoul to redevelop what was known as Seocho Lotte Town, and might be renamed. Project will be located on Seocho avenue (which is actually like Teheran Avenue but west of the Gangnam Station intersection), right next to Samsung Town.

The new project includes a 249-meter tower (47 floors), and a 108-meter hotel (22 floors).

Many steps before this project is approved and starts off, but it's nice to see it coming back to life.

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Old December 24th, 2015, 12:36 PM   #1308
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Mayor Park has today reaffirmed that the city will build a new domed baseball stadium in Jamsil in replacement of the 26,000-seater current ballpark.

The final plans have not been released, but the stadium would likely be built over the Jamsil Students' Gymnasium, home of the SK Knights (basketball team).

The mayor has stated that it would truly be a dome stadium, has Seoul's brand new domed ballpark, the Gocheok Skydome, was initially planned as a open-air then half-domed stadium, and has been fairly criticized since its opening : seating, parking, dome structure,... not to be unexpected when a stadium plan changes so many times during the course of its construction.

The Doosan Bears and LG Twins would still play at the current Jamsil Baseball Stadium while the new ballpark is going to be constructed right next to it.

This is part of the greater Jamsil Sports Complex redevelopment project, but it seems from the few reports that I've seen that this stadium is being planned kind of independently from the rest of the project.

Although there is no timetable nor design yet, the original 2014 design had plans for a 40,000-seat stadium, so this is probably still the target capacity as of late 2015

http://www.newspim.com/news/view/20151224000496
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Old December 24th, 2015, 05:29 PM   #1309
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Near the Konkuk University metro station.
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Old December 25th, 2015, 01:21 AM   #1310
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Near the Konkuk University metro station.
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there is one of BMW's dealing company DEUTSCH MOTORS INC. HQ building 12f 15,239㎡
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Old December 25th, 2015, 03:13 PM   #1311
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Seoul Station 7017 Project Updates

Seoul Station 7017 Project Updates :

After 2 weeks, traffic has improved significantly. It's not yet back to normal (and probably never will), but it's not the mayhem it was anymore. Travel times have improved, the city has increased subway and service in the area, and they think that they'll plan some additional markings or traffic lights to smooth things over. Also, people changing their habits after a few days and taking alternative routes rather than head straight in probably helped things as well. So it seems that things should be okay from that point of view, without huge traffic jams.

The city also opened up the bridge to pedestrians for Christmas day (from noon to 3pm), the same way they did a couple of months ago with ballons and painting on the floor. I actually went there and got to see it for myself. I must say there were quite a lot of people on that bridge today. Of course that might be the "special event" factor and the fact that it's a national holiday doesn't hurt either, but still, I think that was a nice turnout, from what I could see. If the park turns out okay and is more convenient than today (it was only possible to access it from two ends, while the completed park should have 17 access points), I think it might be a successful project.

http://news1.kr/articles/?2523819

Also, work on the bridge is scheduled to begin as early as tomorrow and the overpass will be closed definitely until 2017. So they're certainly moving fast. Translation : it's politically motivated so that Mayor Park has something to show for him if he plans for mayoral reelection in 2018... or if he makes a run for the presidency in the 2017 campaign (which is possible if not likely).

Here are the photos I took today. The quality is terrible, as is usually the case with my smartphone pictures. Sorry about that.

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(appreciate the lousiness of the panorama picture with the guy seemingly cut in 10 pieces on the right side)

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Seo-Cho dong moojigae(rainbow) APT redevelopment



36 years old















35fl 1487 houses

cost will over 310,000,000 $
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Old December 30th, 2015, 01:58 AM   #1313
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Seo-Cho dong moojigae(rainbow) APT redevelopment



36 years old















35fl 1487 houses

cost will over 310,000,000 $
Thanks. For information, I created a topic about this project a fw days ago : http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=1875346
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old mapo oil storage
beside of seoul worldcup stadium... and sang-am DMC
will rebuild kind of cultural complex(concert, exhibit, etc)

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Old December 30th, 2015, 12:44 PM   #1315
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west side of seoul station..
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Gimpo - National Aviation Museum

Korea will open in 2018 its National Aviation Museum on the grounds of the Gimpo Airport.

Here is an English language article about the project :

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S. Korea set to build national aviation museum

South Korea plans to open a national aviation museum by 2018 to promote the country's aviation history and to help lead more young people into related careers, the transport ministry said Thursday.

The envisioned museum will be built on the premises of Gimpo International Airport, just west of Seoul, to ensure easy access via public transportation and allow visitors to get career experience from people working in the aviation industry, according to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport.

The government will spend 93.4 billion won (US$78.9 million) to construct the museum, the first of its kind in South Korea.

Its design will be decided through a public contest to be held next month, the ministry said.

"We will build the museum to promote the history, current status and future of South Korea's aviation industry," a ministry official said. "It will inspire young people who pursue careers in this field."

South Korea has been a member of the U.S.-based International Civil Aviation Organization since 1952, and has received recognition from the international aviation community as it has been named a council member of the agency for five consecutive terms.
http://english.yonhapnews.co.kr/news...003100320.html

I found these pictures on a forum today, I'm not sure it's the final design of the project, but it very well might be.

[url=https://flic.kr/p/Cdrbk9]



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I hope it is, it's a beautiful design.
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Old January 2nd, 2016, 02:12 PM   #1318
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New Shilla Stay Hotel just opened in Gwangwhamun (Seoul CBD)


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http://news.mk.co.kr/newsRead.php?no=1230849&year=2015

This hotel will also open on January 12th. Here is the construction status from this summer.


Source : Daum Maps
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Yongsan International Building District 4 - Contract awarded to Hyoseong to Hyosung

The last major piece of prime real estate just East of Yongsan Station has been awarded to Hyosung, which will develop the site as a residential complex under the Harrington brand.

http://www.g-enews.com/ko-kr/news/ar...1/article.html

There have been a couple of renders released in the past, but there are probably out of date (and some of them might come from competing companies), but it gives you an idea of the type of project here.









http://blog.naver.com/lhkny96

Anyway, I would expect a final design and the selling of units to start in the coming months.

Since the project isn't "final", I won't create a thread just yet, but I would expect it to be a 6-building complex of around 40 floors in the 140 to 150 meter range.


Also, on the last picture you can see a park-like thing going all the way to Yongsan Station. This is a project called Yongsan Link, I know it has been mentioned on this forum before, but don't remember who posted it first. I think that this project was stalled until the parcels nearby were sold, and they probably want to wait for the US garrison to close as well before they can design and build this park. But this is still something that is in the books.

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