About / 소개글


Firstly, thank you for visiting Kojects!

Kojects was started in 2010 to try and help keep more people informed of the various  construction and urban development projects around Seoul and the rest of South Korea, focusing on public transport and public infrastructure. Anywhere you look in Korea, something is always being built and with this site we hope to take a look at some of the major projects which the public are likely to have interest in. Sustainable energy and green initiatives have also become a major part of urban planning and projects and policies related to this may also be explored.

This site would also like to show its appreciation to transport reviewer Ian Han who operates the Future Rail Database and allowed the use of content from his posts.

If you are interested in contributing content or there are any projects that you would like to see covered on Kojects, free to e-mail us at kojects@gmail.com.

Disclaimer: While we try to keep information as up to date and accurate as possible, the information on this site should be used purely for personal use and we do not accept any responsibility for the result of any decisions made with information from this blog. As are mainly writing about ongoing projects (some of which are still in the planning stages) facts and figures are more than likely to change without notice.

안녕하세요. Kojects에  방문해주셔서 감사합니다. 이 블로그에서는 한국, 특히 서울에 있는 새로운 교통 또는 공공인프라 공사 프로젝트 정보를 영어로 제공합니다. 한국에서는 언제나 공사현장을 쉽게 볼 수 있고 이 블로그를 통해서 여러분들의 관심을 가질만한 포로젝트들을 세계에 알리고 싶습니다.

많이 참고하는 미래철도 DB의 운영진 한우진씨에게 감사드립니다.

Kojects 글중에 수정할 부분이나 질문이 있으시면 언제나 kojects@gmail.com으로 이메일 보내주시기 바랍니다. 한글로 메일 주셔도 무관합니다.

Kojects에서는 최신의 정보를 제공하기위해 노력하며 정보의 정확성에 대한 책임을 지지 않습니다. 기획중인 프로젝트들의 상황이 갑작스럽게 바뀔 수 있으니 이점을 참고해주시길 바랍니다. 추진 가능성이 낮은 프로젝트의 정보는 게시하지 않습니다.

6 Responses to About / 소개글

  1. I’ve enjoyed reading your blog. I’m nominating you for the Versatile Blogger Award.

  2. Ivan Karlo says:

    Hi Andy.

    During my previous trips to Korea in 2011 and 2012 respectively, I find it a bit hard to go to Myeongdong from Incheon International Airport especially for accompanied adults. From the airport, we usually take the Arex Express Train up to Seoul Station but the trouble comes in during our transfer from Arex Line to Line 4 though both are in Seoul Station. People still have to go up and down to transfer and there are portions that there are no lifts or escalators and it is quite hard for tourists carrying their luggages. Is it still the same or they have already installed new lifts or escalators? Arex is undeniably the fastest way to reach downtown Seoul from the Airport. I Just wish that the transfer from the said two lines would be easier. Please advise. Thanks! :)

  3. Joo says:

    From now on, I’ll enjoy your blog :) Do u remember me? My name is Joo Yeon Woo. I’m in Korea National University of Transportation. My major is Railroad Facility Eng.

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