The Korea Science Academy of KAIST is a residential high school for selected students who have shown an aptitude for science and maths and has splendid modern buildings built in a blocky style that seems to have been popular in Korea at some point.
This is the main building with the large foyer where people tended to gather and where we had our coffee breaks. This building also housed the canteen where we had lunch.
This is the High-Tec Science building where the lecture rooms were.
I hope you'll forgive the repetition, but behind the cut you'll find another couple of shots showing the view from our hotel room. The weather was better on Day 6, so you can see the details more clearly. Of particular interest is the structure behind the oblong cream building in the first picture. This is the support for a new bridge that will span the bay and carry traffic across the water to the other side. Busan seems to be thriving and redeveloping rapidly. At the moment, the docks can be seen in the distance, but they are building a new huge automated container port in the next bay along and the current docks will be redeveloped as a media/film/tourist complex.
This shot not only has a better sky than the version I posted yesterday, but you can also see the docks more clearly and also the tall new buildings beyond the distant hill, all still part of Busan.
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