Photographer's Note

The 416-kilometer-long Gyeongbu Expressway is Korea's most important aortic highway connecting Seoul of capital and the port city of Busan. Construction began on February 1, 1968, the second five-year economic development plan period, and was completed on July 7, 1970.

At that time, the World Bank and its allies strongly opposed why Korea needed a highway when it was lower than the average African income and had no money to buy a car. Why are some Korean opposition politicians building highways when there is no farmland? Rather, they said to import food with the funds.

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In order for countries with underdeveloped countries to become developed countries...

First, there should be many higher education institutions and compulsory education facilities that teach math and English.

Second, a highway is essential for fast logistics.
Third, operating many factories requires a lot of power up many factories. A large power plant is essential.

Fourth, industrial development dictatorship should also be exemplary. If the national income exceeds $10,000, it must be converted to parliamentary democracy.

Fifth, it is necessary to thoroughly protect factories and financial assets of foreign companies.

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