Goshitel: Refuge for Those Who Can't Help It | KOREA EXPOSÉ

Goshiwon is a form of housing that has been in South Korea for more than 40 years. It started as cheap, temporary accommodations for students who spend years studying for difficult state and bar exams, known as in Korean. The flats usually consist of cramped rooms less than five square meters, with a communal kitchen and bathroom.

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