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더 클래식 500
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THE CLASSIC 500은 도심 속의 미래형 복합문화주거공간이자 프라이빗 시니어 소사이어티로서 최고의 품격과 품위, 여유를 갖추고 자신의 삶을 아름답게 가꾸어 가는 분들께 더욱 건강하고 즐거운 생활을 선사해 드리고자 프리미엄 메디컬 서비스, 호텔식 생활서비스, 스파&피트니스 서비스, 커뮤니티 서비스, 식음&연회 서비스 등 생활에 필요한 모든 서비스를 제공하고 있으며 이러한 서비스를 누리는 고객님들과의 창조적인 공존을 통해 주거문화 및 생활문화 전반에 걸쳐 새로운 역사를 만들어 가고 있습니다. 참조:http://www.theclassic500.com/about/greeting.asp
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