Design Academy Eindhoven graduate Soyoun Kim wants to encourage more interaction between the citizens of North Korea and South Korea, by creating a series of architectural structures along the border.
Kim envisions a series of 25 different buildings and monuments being erected between the rival countries. Each one would form a “neutral zone”, where citizens from both sides of the border could meet and communicate.
He has also created a fictional travel agency to encourage visits.
“These would help to redefine the relationship between South and North Korea as a harmonious co-existence, possibly even paving the way for unity,” explained the designer.
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