I spent an afternoon in Qingtan Tung, which is very similar to Huaihai Road in Shanghai. I also found something in Moldir's shop of Jinzhong Design Brand Moldir. If you look at it, you will like every T-shirt that you want to buy a new summer style. It's also a good color. It's especially suitable for summer. It's good to start with something that you regret if you miss it.
This is the legendary southern part of the Yangtze River, where the richest people live in Seoul and even the entire Republic of Korea. It can be said that it is an inch of land and money, very quiet. In fact, the planning facilities everywhere are quite good, there are many plants, and the houses are not particularly tall.
The meeting of Xiaochi in Qingtan Cave in the south of the Yangtze River has become my biggest harvest.
That Shenqu Jiangnan stly let us know that Jiangnan District of Korea is a place where rich people live. This must be seen. Sure enough, once out of the subway station, the roads are spacious, and the cars are luxurious. One after another, the most important first-line brand stores in the world...
If the new sand cave has a little fresh net red temperament, the Qingtan cave can be an absolute rich area. Many wealthy people, businessmen and stars in the upper classes buy their homes here. They often see the beauty of driving a luxury car, which is also a synonym for luxury.
It is also a well-known commercial center in Seoul, where numerous upscale rich people, businessmen and movie stars live, symbolizing wealth and power. There are many fashion shopping centers, bars, cafes, and many Korean stars all buy houses near Tsingtam Tung. The combination of fashion and wealth has made Tsingtam Tung the leading gold home market in Seoul and even South Korea.
In Qingtan Cave of Jiangnan District, Baozanbach created a dynamic sculpture, using a large number of folded white facades. inspiration comes from brand fashion fabrics, shapes, and has the dynamic feeling when people wear clothes. Twelve sail-shaped panels made of resin and fiberglass, together with Dior's lattice elements, make the building and brand one.