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Singing Roads of South Korea

Melody roadMelody roads of Japan were featured here previously. Apparently, South Korea also have their very own melody roads.

With 68 percent of highway accidents in Korea caused by inattentive, sleeping or speeding drivers, the Korean Highway Corp., as well as the Hokkaido Industrial Research Institute in Japan, came up with the idea of musical road surfaces to keep motorists entertained but also to reduce their speed and help them stay alert. On Korean highways, the song of the streets is the simple, yet sweet "Mary Had a Little Lamb."

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