Oil Tank Culture Park
Heading toward the main oil tank, which previously would not have been in that spot. The pavement in between used to be a parking lot.
This used to be a disrepaired road.
That thing is actually pretty impressive to see.
A view from slightly uphill.
I went inside the first oil tank, which was being used for what I think was going to be wheelchair basketball.
Pretty impressive structure.
This view is maybe a little more human-scale.
Another oil tank, where they removed the tank and left the concrete structure holding it.
It is now a wide open space. I remember visiting this one last year with other explorers and puzzling over what it would become.
An elevator down?
The outer wall is original.
I actually don't know where this stone came from.
Another look at the main one.
More paths leading to more up there.
Inside the main one.
Looking toward the second one.
I saw a ladder so I figured I had to climb.
This one was left as authentic as possible.
Which was not entirely authentic.
A familiar view but nicer grounds.
Another oil tank.
Pretty authentic back here. Moments before I took this I ran into Galaxy Express bassist Juhyun and his girlfriend.
The rock was cleared away by this project.
The ceiling of another tanker.
I think this one is for performances including circuses.
Used to be my way in, now sealed.
I like the structure.
A closer look at the food trucks.
Meanwhile, over in Susaek New Town.
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