Korean Subways Decked Out

Korean Subways Decked Out

In true Asian tuner fashion fashion, Seoul is looking to trick out their subways with all kinds of crazy modifications. From fishtanks, LEDs, and fake vegetation, the trains are starting to look more like some awesome club rather than the metal tubes which run underground. And in true Korean style, they are knocking this idea off from Hong Kong which is already known for its customized trains such as the Mickey Mouse train that runs to Hong Kong Disneyland.

Now I know what you are thinking, “There is a Disneyland in Hong Kong!?!?!” More commonly called 香港迪士尼乐园度假区 Xiānggǎng Díshìnílèyuán Dùjiàqū, it opened in 2005 built on reclaimed land and has seen some controversy such as slumping numbers to protesters hating on them for serving shark’s fin soup. Yum… shark’s fin soup…. must eat. Screw you eco-jerks who don’t want me to indulge in the finer things of life like Mickey Mouse and shark’s fin.

Crizzazy.

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One Comment on “Korean Subways Decked Out”

  1. xiupan Says:

    Shark’s Fin IS awesome! They should just make a shark farm for the sole purpose of harvesting shark fins. They do it with fish and shrimp already…


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