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type of New Town:
> scale of autonomy
New Songdo City is built on reclaimed land off the coast of Incheon. Everything about the new town is high-tech. With all its gadgetry, however, the new town looks surprisingly twentieth century. It remains to be seen whether Songdo will age gracefully, or become obsolete as its technology ages.