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It is illegal to live in a ‘living accommodation facility’… Increased opposition

There are currently about 100,000 living accommodations, also called residences, across the country. There are people who eat and sleep here and use it as their home, but starting next month, it will be illegal to do so. In other words, this place should only be used as accommodation, but conflict over this is growing.

Reporter Rodong-gyu will explain the background in detail.


About 3,000 people who had purchased residential lodging facilities, so-called ‘living accommodations’, gathered and held a rally.

[We can live in our own home. Let’s show our strength!]

If you use raw food for residential purposes, it will become illegal from the 14th of next month and you will have to pay a 10% enforcement fee of the publicly announced price.

There is great opposition to applying it retroactively to contracts before the enforcement ordinance was revised.

[Rally participant: What should happen to people who were adopted before the live-in laws were strengthened? Telling the people to follow and take responsibility for a ridiculous law that cannot be kept… .]

Living accommodations are ‘lodging facilities’ like hotels, but many of them are used for residential purposes because they have kitchen facilities and cooking facilities.

However, it has been pointed out that it is not included in the number of houses by law and that regulations such as loans and taxes are weak, encouraging 카지노speculation.

[Cho Eung-cheon/Democratic Party member (2020 National Assembly Audit): You don’t need a subscription account, you can resell pre-sale rights, you are not subject to LTV and DTI regulations, and you can register individually and report your move-in. This is completely ‘eat the pheasant and eat the eggs’… .

It emerged as a high-profit investment product during the rising apartment prices, and in 2021, when the competition rate for the sale of living accommodation in Seoul heated up to more than 6,000 to 1, the government mandated registration of the lodging business and postponed crackdown for two years.

The current supply scale exceeds 100,000 units, and only 1.1% of the units were converted to residential officetels during the grace period due to differences in realistic facility standards.

[Kim Ji-yeop/Professor, Department of Architecture, Sungkyunkwan University: The parking lot standards are not met. Some hallways are narrower than the standards required for officetels, and I already made jjajangmyeon (black bean noodles) in an already built building, but they tell me to make pasta with it, so I can’t make it, right? Although it is a similar ‘side’.] As

the conflict intensifies, experts are suggesting that we should approach it as an alternative to the supply shortage, such as imposing a tax on residential use in addition to lodging.

However, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport is sticking to its principle, saying that acknowledging that it is not housing violates fairness.

(Video coverage: Jeon Gyeong-bae, Video editing: Lee Seung-jin, CG : Kang Yun-jeong and Jegal-chan, Screen provided by: National Residence Association)

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