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You step off the train. You head through the immaculate blue and white terminal and make your way to the surface. It's like you've arrived in the future alright—only, a post apocalyptic one.

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These photos are making their way around Japanese forums and blogs, with some saying they resemble Fallout 3. According to Andy Tebay from website Kojects, these are old photos of the International Business District Station on Incheon's Metro Line 1. Check out what it looks like today here.

So in the above photos, it's a subway to nowhere. In 2012? A subway to somewhere.

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Update: Added new info from Kojects regarding this subway's location.

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Illustration for article titled The Korean Subway to Nowhere
Illustration for article titled The Korean Subway to Nowhere
Illustration for article titled The Korean Subway to Nowhere
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