Year Two, Week Sixteen—Amber


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phenomenon of cookie-cutter apartment buildings. In the US we have our cookie-cutter neighborhoods, where all houses have similar floor plans just are painted differently. Here in Korea they have cookie-cutter apartment buildings, where giant apartment complexes are all the same with numbers written on the sides of buildings. I also wonder if there is some sort of city code too because most of the apartment buildings, even for different complexes seem to be painted the same shade of off white. In this pic you can see several different complexes, with different rooflines but all the similar shade white.

  • Sherri - Excellent description of the huge apartment complexes we have on this side of Korea, too; some seem to belong to big companies, like Samsung or Hyundai; I enjoy seeing the window A/Cs and satellite dishes for each apartment.ReplyCancel

  • Cindy - Interesting perspective…these have become background noise for me now.ReplyCancel