North Korea's latest missile test may have put most of the world on edge - but South Koreans are now being offered peace of mind with these fallout shelters.
Firm Chumdan Bunker System has just opened a showroom in Seoul in order to sell the £20,000 containers which promise to keep people safe if a nuke falls.
Each bunker comes equipped with four beds - though can be modified up to eight - its own air filtration system and solar panels for power.
Go Wan Hyeok has created what he claims is South Korea's first fully-nuclear proof bunker to provide safety in case Kim Jong-un launches an atomic warhead
The bunker, which costs around £20,000, is equipped with enough space for four people - though can be modified to take up to eight
It comes equipped with space for a computer and TV, along with solar panels and self-winding generators in order to power it (left). Bathroom facilities are basic but include a chemical toilet, shower, and basin (right)
Dehydrated ration packs initially designed for NASA astronauts are included in the package along with a full medical pack and safety gear for navigating the post-apocalypse world
Also included are basic survival tools and some more specialist gear such as gas masks and hoods to protect against acid rain
Owner Go Wan Hyeok said that since the latest test, which happened early on Wednesday, his sales team have been struggling to keep up with demand.
The bunkers also have self-winding generators to provide electricity for