Every now and then, far too rarely in our humble opinion, city planners come up with a really great public space.
We’re talking about an inspiring place where you can hang out in the sun with your friends, read a book or simply indulge deep thoughts.
Think New York’s Highline and the People’s Park in Copenhagen.
Seoul is fortunate to have such a place. The 8km-long (5 miles) Cheonggyecheon Stream is a serene haven away from the hectic metropolis through which it flows.Search Flights To Seoul
Despite running parallel to some of the city’s busiest streets, the creek is a remarkably quiet space, thanks to its being below street level.
More than 20 bridges, sculptures, willow trees, colourful lighting and fountains give each of its sections a unique character.
Imagine taking a leisurely stroll along it with our gallery:Cheap Flights To Seoul
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