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Wow! Orang Ini Bangun Bunker Antinuklir Kim Jong Un

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Senin, 31 Okt 2022 23:05 WIB

Korea Selatan - Profesor asal Korea Selatan membangun bunker yang diklaim dapat melindungi dari radiasi nuklir jika Korea Utara menyerang Korea Selatan.

Profesor arsitektur Lee Tae-goo berjalan menuju pintu baja dari bunkernya di Jecheon, Korea Selatan, Senin (17/10/2022). Bunker ini berada satu meter di bawah tanah dan dapat melindungi dari radiasi nuklir jika Korea Utara menyerang Korea Selatan.

Profesor arsitektur Lee Tae-goo berjalan menuju pintu baja dari bunkernya di Jecheon, Korea Selatan, Senin (17/10/2022). Bunker ini berada satu meter di bawah tanah dan dapat melindungi dari radiasi nuklir jika Korea Utara menyerang Korea Selatan.

This picture taken on October 17, 2022 shows architecture professor Lee Tae-goo opening a hatch door as he prepares to climb out of his bunker, which is buried one metre (three feet) deep and can protect from the radiation fallout of a nuclear blast on his property in Jecheon, some 74 miles (120 km) southeast of the capital Seoul. - If North Korea unleashes a nuclear attack on the South, architecture professor Lee Tae-goo plans to retreat to his purpose-built bunker -- which was funded by a government grant -- and stay underground for at least two weeks to avoid radiation poisoning. - To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)

Lee Tae-goo mengatakan membangun bunker ini untuk mengindari paparan radiasi jika sewaktu-waktu Korea Utara melancarkan serangan nuklir ke Korea Selatan.

This picture taken on October 17, 2022 shows architecture professor Lee Tae-goo opening a hatch door as he prepares to climb out of his bunker, which is buried one metre (three feet) deep and can protect from the radiation fallout of a nuclear blast on his property in Jecheon, some 74 miles (120 km) southeast of the capital Seoul. - If North Korea unleashes a nuclear attack on the South, architecture professor Lee Tae-goo plans to retreat to his purpose-built bunker -- which was funded by a government grant -- and stay underground for at least two weeks to avoid radiation poisoning. - To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)

Dengan dinding beton tebal, pintu baja, dan sistem pemurnian udara, Lee mengeklaim tempat perlindungannya ini bisa membuatnya aman dari bencana nuklir dan menahan serangan langsung dari rudal konvensional.

This picture taken on October 17, 2022 shows architecture professor Lee Tae-goo opening a hatch door as he prepares to climb out of his bunker, which is buried one metre (three feet) deep and can protect from the radiation fallout of a nuclear blast on his property in Jecheon, some 74 miles (120 km) southeast of the capital Seoul. - If North Korea unleashes a nuclear attack on the South, architecture professor Lee Tae-goo plans to retreat to his purpose-built bunker -- which was funded by a government grant -- and stay underground for at least two weeks to avoid radiation poisoning. - To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)

Dibangun di propertinya di kota Jecheon sekitar 120 kilometer tenggara ibu kota Seoul, bunker yang didanai pemerintah itu adalah bagian dari kampanye Lee untuk membuat warga Korea Selatan lebih serius bersiap menghadapi dampak nuklir.

This picture taken on October 17, 2022 shows architecture professor Lee Tae-goo opening a hatch door as he prepares to climb out of his bunker, which is buried one metre (three feet) deep and can protect from the radiation fallout of a nuclear blast on his property in Jecheon, some 74 miles (120 km) southeast of the capital Seoul. - If North Korea unleashes a nuclear attack on the South, architecture professor Lee Tae-goo plans to retreat to his purpose-built bunker -- which was funded by a government grant -- and stay underground for at least two weeks to avoid radiation poisoning. - To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)

Sejak Perang Korea berakhir pada 1953 dengan gencatan senjata alih-alih perjanjian damai, Seoul secara teknis masih berperang dengan Pyongyang. Kedua pihak sering saling tuduh atas provokasi yang dapat mengarahkan mereka kembali ke konflik terbuka.

This picture taken on October 17, 2022 shows architecture professor Lee Tae-goo opening a hatch door as he prepares to climb out of his bunker, which is buried one metre (three feet) deep and can protect from the radiation fallout of a nuclear blast on his property in Jecheon, some 74 miles (120 km) southeast of the capital Seoul. - If North Korea unleashes a nuclear attack on the South, architecture professor Lee Tae-goo plans to retreat to his purpose-built bunker -- which was funded by a government grant -- and stay underground for at least two weeks to avoid radiation poisoning. - To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)

Meskipun militer Seoul mempertahankan kesiapan penuh untuk serangan, Lee Tae-goo merasa sebagian besar warga sipil sudah melupakan perang dan tidak siap bertempur.

This picture taken on October 17, 2022 shows architecture professor Lee Tae-goo opening a hatch door as he prepares to climb out of his bunker, which is buried one metre (three feet) deep and can protect from the radiation fallout of a nuclear blast on his property in Jecheon, some 74 miles (120 km) southeast of the capital Seoul. - If North Korea unleashes a nuclear attack on the South, architecture professor Lee Tae-goo plans to retreat to his purpose-built bunker -- which was funded by a government grant -- and stay underground for at least two weeks to avoid radiation poisoning. - To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)

Pada 1970-an, Korea Selatan memiliki undang-undang yang mengharuskan bangunan dengan ukuran tertentu di kota-kota besar dilengkapi ruang bawah tanah sebagai bunker dalam perang.

Profesor arsitektur Lee Tae-goo masuk ke bunkernya di Jecheon, Korea Selatan, Senin (17/10/2022). Bunker ini berada satu meter di bawah tanah dan dapat melindungi dari radiasi nuklir jika Korea Utara menyerang Korea Selatan.

Namun di Seoul, karena melonjaknya harga properti, mayoritas bangunan pribadi mengubah ruang bawah tanahnya menjadi tempat parkir atau flat bawah tanah seperti di film Parasite pemenang Oscar. Hal ini membuat Lee yang merupakan profesor di Universitas Semyung prihatin.

This picture taken on October 17, 2022 shows architecture professor Lee Tae-goo opening a hatch door as he prepares to climb out of his bunker, which is buried one metre (three feet) deep and can protect from the radiation fallout of a nuclear blast on his property in Jecheon, some 74 miles (120 km) southeast of the capital Seoul. - If North Korea unleashes a nuclear attack on the South, architecture professor Lee Tae-goo plans to retreat to his purpose-built bunker -- which was funded by a government grant -- and stay underground for at least two weeks to avoid radiation poisoning. - To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)

Korea Selatan memiliki sistem perlindungan kelas satu untuk militer, katanya, tetapi pihak sipil tertinggal jauh di belakang.

This picture taken on October 17, 2022 shows architecture professor Lee Tae-goo opening a hatch door as he prepares to climb out of his bunker, which is buried one metre (three feet) deep and can protect from the radiation fallout of a nuclear blast on his property in Jecheon, some 74 miles (120 km) southeast of the capital Seoul. - If North Korea unleashes a nuclear attack on the South, architecture professor Lee Tae-goo plans to retreat to his purpose-built bunker -- which was funded by a government grant -- and stay underground for at least two weeks to avoid radiation poisoning. - To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by Anthony WALLACE / AFP) / To go with 'SKOREA-NKOREA-NUCLEAR-BUNKER,FOCUS' by Cat Barton and Kang Jin-kyu (Photo by ANTHONY WALLACE/AFP via Getty Images)

Bunker milik Lee menghabiskan biaya sekitar 70 juta won--belum termasuk biaya tenaga kerja--untuk membangunnya, yang ditanggung oleh hibah penelitian Kementerian Pendidikan Korea Selatan yang ia ajukan dan menang.

Wow! Orang Ini Bangun Bunker Antinuklir Kim Jong Un
Wow! Orang Ini Bangun Bunker Antinuklir Kim Jong Un
Wow! Orang Ini Bangun Bunker Antinuklir Kim Jong Un
Wow! Orang Ini Bangun Bunker Antinuklir Kim Jong Un
Wow! Orang Ini Bangun Bunker Antinuklir Kim Jong Un
Wow! Orang Ini Bangun Bunker Antinuklir Kim Jong Un
Wow! Orang Ini Bangun Bunker Antinuklir Kim Jong Un
Wow! Orang Ini Bangun Bunker Antinuklir Kim Jong Un
Wow! Orang Ini Bangun Bunker Antinuklir Kim Jong Un
Wow! Orang Ini Bangun Bunker Antinuklir Kim Jong Un

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