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Hopes are high Wednesday the 2nd of January 2008 as we board the plane in Kastrup, Denmark, heading for Incheon International Airport, South Korea.
The trip is the result of increasingly quiet desperation in Copenhagen where everything has been quietly closing in on us. In an ever-increasing atmosphere of fear of the future and change, we have begun to stagnate. Our dreams of the future, once idealistic and filled with hope, have faded to pragmatic concerns, best described as a manner of damage control of things to come. We are going into exile in South Korea to find the future we have lost.
We will become explorers once again. South Korea has popped up more and more recently in our discussions of what the future will be like that; From what we hear it is a country full of fantastic technology, teenagers dressed up in futuristic costumes and a distinct lack of fear of the future.
Many hours later looking out of the window of the plane as it lands, we see the first glimpse of our new home. The future looks slightly familiar.
After passing through customs, we look around the airport for anything superficially Korean. Everything looks like any other an international style airport; this could almost be Denmark, except for the language and the video screens all around. Moving images on screens are everywhere even on the bus taking us to central Seoul. Strange abstract images competing with the suburbs of Seoul.
Two hours later, we have found the place we are staying; it looks a bit like our studio in Copenhagen: Cold, a little run down, empty and full of random pieces of furniture.
To our surprise, someone has already installed our device; we had it shipped from Copenhagen a month in advance. The first things we see, looking out the window of our studio is a huge blue billboard with the word “sky” written in big letters, promising a better and brighter sky tomorrow.
The device has already begun accumulating energy. Slight side effects are beginning to manifest themselves locally. Before turning in we note that the new Tapered quarter-wave pipe design, also known as the Kratzenstein pipe, seems to be working perfectly.
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