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It’s a familiar sight for anyone exploring the South Korean countryside: Just when you least expect it, a row of giant concrete columns newly growing out of a rice paddy, rising upwards in readiness for another highway or high-speed railway to be laid across the top. This is a small, densely populated country and people like to get around. Full-on traffic jams are a common occurrence even on rural highways. The transport infrastructure has largely kept up with demand over the years, making lea
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