Mr. Urbexpat and I came back through easier route on Sunday morning to investigate this: Hundreds of specimen jars vicariously stacked on top of another. Jars containing tumors, brests, testicles, and many other internal body parts of people.
We dug through the boxes, curious to see what we could find, organizing the samples that caught our interest on the shelf.
After our curiosity was sated, we put the samples back where they were lodged, but not before we staged some shots on an old MRI machine. We did our best to prevent unwanted vandalism by putting them back, hoping they would be hidden in plain sight. Onwards to the four operating rooms:
Then to the emergency room, where we found possibly an iron lung.
And then we retraced our footsteps from the day before to reshoot some places as well as to see if we could find new discoveries. It was a lucky day, we stumbled upon the delivery room and the nursery. Wondering back to previous spots, we took more pictures of the ophthalmology and dental offices. We needed a break from the terrible air circulation inside, so Mr.Urbexpat and I took a breather outside. The day was winding down, and we wanted to try to get into the other wing of the building where the other MRI equipment was found. The machines were neat, but it was the human dummies that captivated our attention. This place warrants repeated visits, much like the Nightmare Lab. It requires a high level of discretion among urban explorers here in Korea. If you can read between the lines, maybe you can find this place on your own. If you do, please don’t be a reckless jerk.