South Korea has unveiled its latest futuristic landmark building called the Dongdaemun Design Plaza.
Located in central Seoul, the Plaza is the brainchild of famous Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid. She's the woman behind the radical design of the national stadium set for the 20-20 Tokyo Olympic Games. This curvy building features futuristic, spaceship-like curves both inside and outside. It occupies 63 thousand square meters. At night the building is illuminated with soft LED lights. The plaza cost 451 million dollars and took five years to complete. It will host a wide selection of exhibitions and events throughout the year.