Thursday, April 22, 2010
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 email@example.com.
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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