Unlike their North Korean counter parts, which are mostly focused on industrialization and military prowess, South Korea keeps Korean names for their cities, towns and locations throughout. Unlike their northern brothers, South Korea has kept a lot of it's "unique vibe". This means that a lot of their architecture is designed to keep places like Seoul a vibrant and condensed city, a pure white city with major influence and emphasis on technology. If one were to look around South Korea, they would mostly see large cities spread out mostly along the coastlines. Since coming under Kokuryuteshi control, a lot of their normally considered "sacred" locations have been warped into habitable locations for civilians and allies to visit. The most unique part about South Korea life style is their emphasis on mountaneous living when outside of the major cities. Unlike most North Korean regions, Kokuryuteshi had not changed or warped the landscapes and natural mountains even within areas they wanted to wipe and build cities upon. Instead, they incorporated the mountains and their unique structures into every day life.City of Seoul:
The city of Seoul has seem some rather drastic changes and expansion in overall size since the Kokuryuteshi took command of the country. The city itself is mostly entirely painted in a pure white coating, many people dubbing it the "city of glass" for it's pure aesthetic. With a focus on accommodating civilians and visitors, Seoul serves as the crown jewel of Kokuryuteshi in the Asian region. The city represents what they strive for within Earth, control and tight regulation in which those within can live free of doubt or fear. Given the current worlds status, a lot of the civilians are unaware of a lot of outside issues - as if to not break the illusion of peace and harmony. At first, a lot of the civilians were indoctrinated into Kokuryuteshi lifestyle if they proved resistance, but generations had passed by and they need not continue that practise. Generations went by, and people seemingly accepted their placement within Seoul.
For the most part, Unitech, a giant technology based conglomerate, utilize the functions and location of the city in completing projects. Large portions of the city itself are entirely dedicated to employees under the banner of Unitech and Kokuryuteshi, not only designing and building a wide variety of different technology for Unitech, but Kokuryuteshi as a whole. While their influence in North Korea is mainly focused on military might and production, including that of battle ships and other war equipment, South Korea focuses on the bio and nano technology associated with human bodies and how science effects every day life.Pictures of Seoul:
Busan is considered one of the main cities within South Korea, and also the "border" between the URE Realm and those within the Kokuryuteshi. Busan, unlike it's current form, has been remodeled to fit around a massive crater in the Earth - the crater itself typically sealed off from civilians and those whom would wander. At the deepest pits, the URE Realm link is found, a constantly emitting world of pure energy that is not only connected to the city of Busan as a whole, but the entirety of North and South Korea. The URE Realm is held open by two large generator style machines which were designed and created by Kin himself to keep a constant state of connection and access to the URE Realm. With the entrance to the realm covered by a sheet of thick steel, the city of Busan is capable of siphoning direct URE Energy from this realm and applying it through a massive grid to the entire countries of North and South Korea. Seoraksan:
Seoraksan, once considered the second largest mountain region within South Korea, has been warped drastically from it's original appearance. While still considered the second largest mountain region in South Korea, the Kokuryuteshi have been able to incorporate not only buildings and towns, but entire cities into the sides and atop of mountains. Unlike North Korea, which literally drill into the center of a mountain for both industrial and defensive reasons, South Korea's architecture is much more elegant and free in appearance. Seoraksan focuses heavily on keeping plants alive, a large dome being built around a body of water which leads into a waterfall, a giant tree situated in the middle. Seoraksan is mainly used as a scientific exploration zone. This city, while very controlled and under the steel grasp of Kokuryuteshi, is used to first test and bring scientific experiment to life. This means that a lot of different human test subjects will be brought into the various laboratories all around the mountain sides.
If one were to enter Seoraksan, the first thing they would notice is it's purity. The city is almost sparkling clean, as if nobody had even set foot in there. Although the city is a scientific experimental zone, a lot of South Koreans have been living her under the grasp of Kokuryuteshi to simply escape the normal city life. The clouds that rest just below the top of the cities are often incorporated into the design. Below is a rather large lake, the largest lake in all of Korea, where the main waterfall empties into. Outside of the most populated areas, houses and buildings are built up onto large pathways carved in the side of mountains, many observatories and such located here. Seoraksan picture:
Available Equipment: URE Realm Link
- Similar to North Korea, South Korea have a direct access to the URE Realm which powers all of their cities and locations. At a whim, the towers powering it can be turned off and the connection to the realm closed. If closed for too long, both countries will run out of power after two weeks. The Kuro Sōsu Link
- The Kuro Sosu exists, primarily, underneath the likes of Seoul. Spanning more than the entirety of the city, the mass of computers and technology acts in the exact same way to the one in Pyongyang. The Kuro sosu is powered by the URE realm like the rest of Korea.VOID Series Link
- Unlike North Korea, South Korea only maintains a single 0-5 styled VOID Series. To combat this difference, South Korea has within all major cities at least five 1-3 tiered VOID's.