Hanging in the lobby, a large sculpture by Nam June Paik,
Korea's most famous mixed media artist
The highlight of the day trip was exploring the Eureka Zone on the fourth floor of the tower. Designed to enhance POSCO employees' concentration and creativity, the zone includes napping rooms, Wii stations, a miniature forest, artificial stream, massage chairs, art studios, conference tables and a library. I actually walked past four employees running through a Brahms quartet during their lunch break. In order to eliminate the fear of appearing lazy by being seen in the Eureka Zone rather than at one's desk, the company implemented a policy that requires employees to visit the fourth floor at least once a month.
New career aspiration, perhaps?