Sungrye-Mun (DLC)

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Lot Stats
Department
Lot Size 4x4
Plop Cost §65,000
Monthly Cost §130
Bulldoze Cost §5,850
Landmark Effect 30 over 18 tiles
Mayor Rating Effect 8 over 256 tiles
Fire Stage 3
Flammability 10
Power Consumed 10 MWh/Month
Water Consumed 10 m3/Month
Air Pollution 0 over 0 tiles
Water Pollution 2 over 2 tiles
Garbage Pollution 4 over 0 tiles
Ploppable Lot
The Building, when viewed from the North side.
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Plugin Pack 009
General Information
Credits Author: Maxis

Sungrye-Mun (This name is incorrect, see Name section) is a downloadable Landmark Building for SimCity 4 Rush Hour/Deluxe, released as the Plugin Pack 009 free Downloadable Content.

It provides no services aside from a Landmark Effect and Mayor Rating boost.

It is a recreation of Namdaemun in Seoul, South Korea, built in 1398, as it appeared before it was destroyed by fire and rebuilt.

Name

When Maxis made this landmark, they managed to give it more phonetically correct, but still incorrect names for every translation except Korean (where it is correctly named 숭례문). The name given for every language other than Korean for display in the menus is Sungrye-Mun; On the download page, it was listed as Nam Dae Moon; and in its Exemplar files, it is referred to as Lm64x64_NamDaeMoon_04B9.

The formal name recognised by the South Korean Government is Sungnyemun, however the name Namdaemun is more well-known among Westerners and is used among some South Koreans to describe it informally.

Even the Japanese, Thai, Traditional Chinese and Simplified Chinese translations, which are meant to use the localised character sets, are wrong; they list the incorrect English name.

All languages except Korean use a duplicate of the English Description LTEXT file.

Trivia

When Maxis made the model, it was rotated roughly 180° from the direction it should face. In reality, the staircase was on the northern side of the gate, inside the city walls, but in the model it is on the Southern side.


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