Article about the Korean Channel from the Simple Wunderlich blog, called Jeogeot Bay within.
This is just a note: in the post, a very interesting building in the northwest corner of the Giyeok sim is mentioned. I’ll quote:
It consists of several parcels, one is the “XEMOR – Art Gallery”. It is owned and created by Romex Torricelli and set to The Sun and Moon group. The parcels are claimed Sep 2007 (!). Not all parts of the building are open to the public.
In recently reinvestigating the Korean Channel I too ran across this building, but found it to be on banned property. Now it appears that only part of the building may be private. I’ll have to go back.
So much more could be done to the Korean Channel. It could become a Linden paradise.
Hucka D. (quoting from end of the Simple Wunderlich’s post):
“’26 hours on a day,’ eh.”
They obviously have a deep love of the virtual landscape around them, Hucka D.
Stunning stuff on the top 2 floors as well (3 and 4 of the gallery). Here’s a shot of the gallery itself from the bottom.
Unkiosked as well. How many fantastical “unregistered” galleries are like this in Second Life? I’ve run across quite a few already. And it makes me think that this gallery, this land of XEMOR, is part of an ancient energy running along at least the center of the eastern part of the Korean Channel, which might also include this Cheosan gallery, likewise sans kiosk. And the defunct The Art Gallery Shaped Like A Woman also (formerly) in Cheosan.