Building new stories
A long-awaited plan for rebuilding apartments constructed in the 1970s was approved by the city government of Seoul on Thursday. The approval will allow new buildings to reach as high as 50 stories.
Prevent faulty apartment constructions
The missing of steel reinforcements in public apartments administered by the state-owned Korea Land and Housing Corporation (LH) is bringing about wide repercussions.
[Column] The end of jeonse
People no longer can dream of owning a home one day through savings and shifting jeonse rents. Is that really what the DP lawmakers want to see?
Seoul's skyline to rise to new heights as limits are lifted
Seoul’s skyline is set to rise higher as residents push to have their buildings demolished and taller buildings put in their place.
New blocks on the block
The redevelopment of Sibeom Apartments, the oldest apartment complex in Yeouido, western Seoul, has been approved by the Seoul city government, according to officials on Monday.
Seoul approves reconstruction of oldest apartment complex in Yeouido
The Seoul city government has approved the reconstruction of the oldest apartment complex in the city's Yeouido district to turn it into a high-rise complex that houses 2,500 households and includes a 65-story building, officials said Monday.
Actions speak louder than words
The government must continue with stable supply to ensure housing security for the people.
[VIDEO] What's in a name? For Korean apartments, an awful lot.
Raemian La Classy, The H Forecent and Acro River View. These words might look like a game of Boggle gone very wrong, but they’re actually the names of some of the nicest apartment complexes in Korea...
Analysts estimate that the number of Seoul apartment transactions will exceed 1,000 in March, after hitting a low of 805 in February.
[WORD_ON_THE_WEB] 'Companies responsible for faulty buildings should be punished'
Starting this August, newly-built apartments will have to comply with stricter soundproofing regulations.