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New City - South Korea's "Sejong"


"New Cities" a new Quarantine Time series of my blog where we will see new proper planned cities of the modern and new Capitals of World. In this blog we will talk about the new Capital City of South Korea the "Sejong" city. 
South Korea Sejong City
This city is newly planned in 2007 as the new planned capital taking parts of many provinces to ease the congestion in the current capital and largest city Seoul. This new capital city will have many ministries and agencies relocated here which currently resides in Seoul. As we have seen many capital cities relocated, the are mainly shifted to central part of the nation as seen in Nur Sultan and Sisi City in Kazakhstan and Egypt respectively.
South Korea Sejong City
Sejong has seen it's first residence in 2012. The city currently has a population of 3 lakh as per 2018 where it covers a geographic area of 465.23 sq km. South Korea has a good railway, subway and roadway connection and with the development of this city there was ease of excess for new residents, where they can approximately reach there by 90 minutes which is the best part for a newly planned city. This  city in it's first phase has 6 schools, many supermarkets and many residential buildings.
South Korea Sejong City
The completion of the city plan is set to be done in 2030. With the completion all the government body will be shifted here in 2030 which includes about 36 government ministries and agencies to Sejong City. The city will have on an average 5-6 lakh population.
South Korea Sejong City


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