Renowned American ufologist Steven M. Greer has made startling claims about a hidden facility outside Seoul, South Korea, where a massive UFO is allegedly being kept concealed from the public eye.
Dr. Steven recently made headlines with his UFO/UAP disclosure event, during which he discussed peculiar and unexplainable sightings and asserted that extraterrestrial beings, commonly known as “aliens,” are treated as “non-hostile.”
However, his revelations about the South Korean facility have left many in awe and disbelief. A short video clip of Dr. Greer discussing the alleged facility has been circulating on Reddit and TikTok, sparking intense curiosity among viewers.
In the video, he talks about covert “Invisibility Technologies and Warfare Satellite Systems” and other undisclosed “underground facilities” engaged in projects related to UFOs or UAPs.
Notably, Dr. Greer mentions two alleged underground centers beneath office buildings in the United States—one in North Carolina and another in Orange County, California. However, his most extraordinary claim is that a facility near Seoul is currently harboring a colossal UFO.
According to his account, this UFO is an “extraterrestrial vehicle that they had downed with some type of electronic warfare system.” The scale of the object was so immense that authorities had to carve out a substantial portion of a mountain to contain it, as relocating it elsewhere was deemed impossible.
Remarkably, he asserts that the unidentified craft is still present at the facility, even to this day.
Rumors surrounding this incident date back to the late 1990s when South Korean soldiers reportedly encountered the enigmatic object. Its technological prowess far surpassed anything within human capabilities at that time, leading to considerable fear among the witnesses.
Speculation about the exact location of the hidden UFO has grown over the years. Some sources even claim that the site, situated deep within the mountains, comprises a few buildings adjacent to an enormous concrete circle.
South Korean authorities have dismissed these claims, insisting that the location is merely a “government complex.” However, the unusual shape, mysterious purpose, and remote nature of the facility have fueled local conspiracy theories for years.
The massive concrete circle, measuring 82 meters in diameter, is officially marked as an “army facility” on maps, with the “government office” building nearby, further adding to the intrigue surrounding the site.