Well, Ange, they have done the form work and filled in the first couple floors of the large pit that I told you about. I should have taken the photo when I saw it the first time but wasn’t really thinking. I did go on a rather large explore around the city this weekend and here is what I gathered for you and your classmates.
Troy, you’re in the rehab end of such issues and you wanted me to share with everyone so I guess this is partly for you as well.
The theme of all of these sites is that, you can just walk in. I really should ask about liability, hazard prevention and worker’s rights here. I’m curious but don’t want people to get the wrong impression of why I’m asking, lol!
It does have a fence around the perimeter but it seems a pointless expense when you can just walk right in.
An aerial view from a friend’s apartment across the street.
These are all over Susong-Dong. Small apartment buildings, that are going up rather quickly. Again, you can just walk right in.
In Susong-Dong, again. The same deal as site #2.
Well, there’s nothing to walk into but there’s plenty to hurt yourself on still. This is a different area than the above two but this is on the road known as “bar street” by locals.
I thought that I may have to cross the street to find where the opening to get in here was.
…but I really only had to walk another few yards. I’d bet money that the back end of both sites are wide open.
I’m pretty sure that this used to be a local mart. Actually couldn’t tell if it was abandoned or about to be demolished. I didn’t go inside because the roof looked like it was caving in.