Thursday, April 22, 2010

Off to Korea...

So what do you do on a 14 hour and 35 minute flight?  Hopefully, sleep well, eat lightly, and enjoy some reading time. 

That's my plan as I fly from Atlanta direct to Seoul this Friday to teach a two-week Introduction to U.S. IP Law in Pohang, Korea.  And, while its not a land use course, I am looking forward to surveying land planning and development in Korea.  They have a nice high speed rail system so hopefully I'll be able to tour around some.

In prep for the visit, I found this article which, though a bit dated now, is still a pretty good introduction to Korean land use policy.  Can anyone else recommend any other articles or, better yet, "must see" projects in Korea?  If so, please email me at

I'm going to try and post several pictures of interesting land use observations while in Korea so be on the lookout for those over the next couple of weeks.

--Chad Emerson, Faulkner U.

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