Cheonggyecheon: A Revolution of Environment, Rule, and Interaction within Seoul  

By Nik Reasor The Cheonggyecheon stream in Seoul, South Korea is considered a masterpiece of urban infrastructure, revolutionizing how cities look at old infrastructure and imagine change. Though it is best known for being a picturesque greenspace cutting through one of the most dense cities on the planet, what truly sets Cheonggyecheon apart is how it directly altered Seoul’s decision-making process. Previously, Seoul believed in its … Continue reading Cheonggyecheon: A Revolution of Environment, Rule, and Interaction within Seoul