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S. Korea's new administrative capital: Sejong City

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08:28, July 04, 2012

A man takes photos of the layout model of Sejong City, 120 kms south of Seoul, South Korea, July 3, 2012. South Korea on Monday officially launched a new administrative city, a source of partisan acrimony for the past decade. Sejong City will eventually house 36 government ministries and agencies by 2014. Its current population of 120,000 is projected to jump to 500,000 by 2030. (Xinhua/Yao Qilin)
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