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Catch the Wave

Team in South Korea Wants World's Largest Surf Park to Make a Splash

Gone are the days when surfing required the right conditions and a bit of luck—or at least executives at Wavegarden think so. The Spanish firm has more than two dozen projects underway on five continents to build artificial wave pools, using technology capable of creating realistic waves that mimic their ocean counterparts. But nowhere is the scale and ambition of these projects more evident than with Siheung Surf Park near Seoul, South Korea.
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