“On-dohl” – the South Korean wonder of winter

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We call them “heated floors” in the United States, but they were typically reserved for the rich or the ones who could afford the luxury of placing the architectural wonder underneath your feet. I was reminded of this great invention due to the recent chill in weather here in Korea. We’ve definitely entered winter since now without a scarf, you’re risking your ears to frost bite if you stay out long enough.

Nevertheless, inside, you can stay warm — cozy warm whenever you turn this bad ass of an invention on in your little unit. They should make this feature more readily available in colder or depressive climates during the winter — we may see less people depressed, more activity in the winter and just simply more happiness produced per household. ^^

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