In 2000, the aspiring mayor of Seoul set out to complete an audacious task: destroy an elevated highway used by almost 170,000 drivers a day and revitalize the faltering stream it had cemented shut for over six decades. Eight years after its completion in 2005, the Cheonggyecheon Restoration Project (“cheon” means stream in Korean) has […]
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