February 19 According to a report by Yonhap on the 18th, a mysterious tunnel was found in a construction site near the seaside of Yeosu City, South Jeoluo Province, South Korea.
The tunnel is a concrete structure tens of meters long, with sandbags and some unidentified objects, in which people can walk upright.
However, there is no record of the construction of the tunnel, and its origin is still a mystery.
Some South Korean modern and modern history experts speculate that the tunnel may have been built during the Japanese colonial period to store aviation fuel and military supplies.
He also suggested that the government apply for it as a modern cultural heritage.
However, the Lishui Municipal Government has sealed the entrance of the tunnel with cement on the grounds of public complaints about water leakage.