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South Korea to build back smarter after Covid

SEOUL – Any first-time traveler landing in South Korea cannot fail to be impressed, after disembarking at Incheon International Airport, by the excellence of public infrastructure.

The traveler will see fine highways, bridges and buildings flashing past the windows of the express train that whisks him or her into Seoul.

Once at Seoul Station, they should have few problems navigating the capital’s economical, extensive, speedy and safe – albeit often crowded – subway network. On it, they can pass time by utilizing seamless, broadband connections.

Compared to much of the region, a lot of Europe and most of the US, it is superb.