Some of the existing buildings inside Yongsan Garrison were constructed by the Japanese in early 1900’s . They built permanent structures to support their thousands of troops Most of these structures are still in use today
Mr. Nam Sang-so a retired Architect and Specifications Writer who was born in 1933 in Nagano Prefecture in Japan has been personally involved with the American engineering firm that had established its own design […]
In 1963 a new architect from New York joined TAE. He called himself Kyu Lee, and we addressed him Prince Lee while Japanese called him Royal Highness.
Architect Kyu Lee, the last prince of Korea by Mr. Nam Sang-so
Events concerning the construction of the golf course; tournaments played there; VIP and Golf Instruction..
The Building 1510, built with cement hollow block bearing walls, now silently sits on the hill of the North Post, Yongsan Garrison, overlooking the widened Hangang Avenue and high rise apartments in Samkakji with […]
….We Korean architects had heard of the disco but never had the design experience. And noticing the AFKN (American Forces Korea Network) disk jockeys talked like avant-garde artists at a commissary diner, I […]
“preserving the invaluable treasures of Yongsan Garrison”
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