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Each of the six rooms measures just one <i>pyoung</i>, a traditional unit of measurement in Korean architecture. That’s about 4 square yards, or as Cho puts it, just enough to “lie down and still have a few inches of space.”

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Originally appeared in Underground House in Seoul
on March 25, 2010
Each of the six rooms measures just one &lt;i&gt;pyoung&lt;/i&gt;, a traditional unit of measurement in Korean architecture. That’s about 4 square yards, or as Cho puts it, just enough to “lie down and still have a few inches of space.”
Each of the six rooms measures just one pyoung, a traditional unit of measurement in Korean architecture. That’s about 4 square yards, or as Cho puts it, just enough to “lie down and still have a few inches of space.”

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