Seouls 1km Long Elevated Park Finally Opened, And Its Magical
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Seouls 1km Long Elevated Park Finally Opened, And Its Magical

Citizens and tourists of Seoul can now see the city in a new view, thanks to its new sky park.

Image Source: Ossip van Duivenbode

The sky park, which was in construction for almost 2 years, cost $72 million to build and gives a phenomenal view of the city.

The sky park was originally an overpass that was going to be demolished after 40 years; however, Seouls mayor Park Won Soon had a much more innovative plan.

Instead of tearing it down we decided to transform it into a pedestrian road, aiming to not only revive the elevated road but also turn it into a place where people can come together.

He also mentioned his hopes for the project to bring a surge of life to the area around the sky park.

We hope that the momentum generated by this project will serve as a catalyst for the renewal and revival of the surrounding area.

This sky park is 55 feet above Seouls Station railway and has more than 24,000 trees planted as well as various shops and different eateries.

Check out a sneak peek of the new Sky Park below: