First I stopped by a small cluster of closed buildings I found.
One is a parking garage.
The worker's office.
Instructions about how to load your car.
I had a coworker whose wife was injured in one of these. Glad I don't need to use them.
This is how the exterior looks.
And the other building.
I have been exploring this building for over 10 years. It is still standing as a construction site goes up around it.
The ground floor is used for parking.
There were workers trickling out through that safety gate, so I didn't stay long or look closer.
Some random other closed building I found.
From across the street.
This is one of the more interesting apartment designs I've seen.
This is pretty standard.
Some interesting garbage.
Another bamboo wife.
Next stop was Guryong Village.
I tried to photograph as many of these repurposed tarps used for building material as possible.
They demolished two blocks of apartments but not the street between them.
The wall had a series of career ideas, including computer enginner.
Funny there isn't a better word than "sport man."
I think this says "Let's guarantee Hyundai E&C's building has vacancies."
At least they acknowledge they needed an editor.
Where you go to learn how to make construction fence art.
More apartments in the same region.
This is a random other building that's been standing like this for a couple years.
Another look at Seopyeonje as the sunlight moves.
And a comfort woman statue in Itaewon.
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