Architecture Of South Korea
South Korean Architecture refers to any architectures in South Korea which includes architectures from Neolithic–7th century, three-kingdoms of Korea, Goryeo, Joseon, Japanese occupation, Korean War, and modern architectures.
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... supertall buildings are planned to be built in populated regions in South Korea namely Seoul and Busan ... Two of these future planned architectures are Incheon Twin Towers and Busan Lotte Tower ... The $3 billion 613 m (2,011 ft) worth twin towers will be the main architecture of a 13,000 acre (53 km²) urban development referred as New Songdo City, located in Incheon, South Korea ...
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