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Son-ga-jeong senior citizen community.
Informal Architecture

Son-ga-jeong senior citizen community.

English  l  한국어 . “Six century capital’s genuine native.” That’s how Milyang Son families, the natives of Jeongneung, call themselves. They have settled around Jeongneung marketplace in Jeongneung-3-Dong and made it their home. Seasonal rites (for ancestors) are still held. The town’s name, Son-ga-jeong means Son-family-summerhouse. There had been a lot of Son families and … Continue reading

S’s room @ Tong-in Dong
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S’s room @ Tong-in Dong

한국어 ㅣ English . Location: nearby the Tong-in Market Size: a studio apartment (about 8 pyeong – 26㎡) Rent: ₩400,000 for a month / ₩5,000,000 deposit Residence: 4 years Occupant: S, a book-loving girl in her twenties, lone dweller, graduate of an art college. Uncomfortable things. S… Less sunlight, too much heating cost, big cockroaches. J… … Continue reading

Informal Architecture in Seoul: Poetic and tasteful? It’s simply a slow life.
Informal Architecture

Informal Architecture in Seoul: Poetic and tasteful? It’s simply a slow life.

  한국어 ㅣ English   @Yeonnam-dong Oh~~ what an imagination to make the roof with vinyl flooring! It’s so flexible idea. A pavilion full of privacy has joined with an open flat bench. What a richness of space… sigh. . . @Seongbuk-dong A broomstick and two wood-sticks support drooping branches and form a small space. Now … Continue reading