Isaac Sung
Erika Owen
July 08, 2016

“Private” is not a word many would use to describe a home that's located at eye-level to a busy monorail hub.

But one line in South Korea took a small step toward making it a little tougher for passengers to peep into nearby homes on their commute.

Reddit user Isaac Sung recently shared photos of a self-tinting window on the forum. The idea is that whenever they pass a private residence, the train windows will automatically fog, making it impossible for passengers to look into nearby homes. It's not just a "light fogging," either. Check out the before and after shots to see.

If only all public forms of transportation could be so considerate.

Erika Owen is the Senior Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

 

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