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I like writing about tiny homes and alternative housing,  this is an interesting look at how some people live in South Korea, coming in at 130 square feet,  this is tiny, barely enough room for any furniture, but having everything one would need to live.

I like the bathroom,  being a “wet” bathroom, meaning you take a shower in the middle of the bathroom, no separate shower stall or tub.

The price seems high for what he is getting,  $500 a month,  he explains how rent works there,  the bigger the deposit you can put down (which apparently you get back)  the cheaper your monthly rent is,  he was throwing around numbers in the tens of thousands of dollars, but you can do it with less deposit and pay more rent.

Enjoy this peek into S Korean apartment living.

https://youtu.be/LjTOtO474dI

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