Geekiest Houses: Would your spouse leave you if you did this to your residence?

Hobbits, Star Trek, Star Wars, spaceships, Lego--you can't keep obsessed geeks from building their dream homes.

Star Wars House (Korea)

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All right, so owner Cho Woong may not have re-created the deck of the Millennium Falcon, but he did manage to collect just about every single piece of Star Wars memorabilia that has ever been created. This is not an exaggeration.

His house features hundreds of figurines, a sweet home theater setup with blue ambient lights, and a bathroom wall tiling of Darth Vader. Woong is no Star Wars snob, either--he accepts the first three episodes--and he owns what appears to be a life-size version of Watto the Tatooine junk dealer.

Aside from the creepily obsessive amount of memorabilia on display, the house is actually pretty cool--the living room, for example, is modern with a black leather couch, a gray shag rug, and simple decoration. The Millennium Falcon in the coffee table and the AT-AT on the side table, though, kind of kill that modern vibe.

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