A new apartment complex recently went up in Asan, South Korea. It went up, and then, it started to lean.
According to Korean paper The Chosun Ilbo and Wiki Tree, the building was slated for completion by end of this month. However, it suddenly started leaning to one side. It's believed that either a faulty foundation or a subsidence caused the tilt.
The building has even become international news, appearing on Japanese television this morning. (Image via Twitter user @mitos7.)
Thankfully, no one was injured when the building suddenly shifted. The unsafe apartment building, which the South Korean media is comparing to the Leaning Tower of Pisa, will be demolished from the site, but not from our memories.
Nearly Completed Apartment Block in Danger of Collapse [The Chosun Ilbo]
'붕괴 위기' 기울어진 아산테크노밸리 건물 사진[WikiTree]
서울신문] 농지였던 땅에 지은 오피스텔 고작 [Seoul]
*SLR강좌* 2014 P&I 컬러매니지먼트 웍플로우 현장세미나입니다 [SLR Club]
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