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Toilet shaped house, South Korea

In an attempt to have a more comfortable life, Sim Jae-duck, a Korean activist from Suwon, south of Seoul, decided to build a house of extraordinary proportions. The result is a 4,508-sq-foot toilet-style structure in the shape of a toilet. It’s a symbol of Korean hygiene. Sim Jae-duck, who is the President of the Inaugural General Assembly of the World Toilet Association, nicknamed his home, Haewoojae, which in Korean means ‘the place or sanctuary where you can solve your problems’. It will be available for those who want to enjoy its facilities for just U$50,000 a day.

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