Incheon Airport Maglev Opens

Incheon Airport Maglev OPENS

Out of the blue the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) announced yesterday that the maglev train at Incheon International Airport will go into service today on February 3. There were only 24 hours between the announcement and the official opening.

Finally, the Incheon

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Kojects Korea Transport

Full Steam Ahead to 2016

A Busy Year

2015 was a big year for Kojects, with lots of transport and urban development news happening all over Korea. As always, thanks so much to all our regular readers, especially those who share our posts and comment on them. It’s always interesting to hear what others think.

Of course

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Media Feature

Three New Island Airports Planned

Within a month the construction of three new airports in Korea was announced. All of them have in common that they are going to be built on islands. A large airport will be built on Jeju-do and two smaller airports on Ulleung-do and Heuksan-do.

Here you can

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Jeju-do Undersea Tunnel

Undersea Tunnel to Jeju-do

A snowstorm paralyzed Jeju-do’s air traffic for two consecutive days and ten thousands of visitors were stranded on the island. This issue proved to me once again that Korea has to built a rail connection from the mainland to the island. Sadly, the Jeju-do undersea tunnel project receives

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Seoul Citizen Apartment

The Last Citizen Apartment of Seoul

On the foot of the Namsan Mountain lies an apartment building that has the name “Second Model Apartment” (in Korean 제2시범아파트) It was a part of the Seoul’s citizen apartment program forty years ago and the only survivor of this program today. The basic architecture and the

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