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Seonyudo Park - Seoul, South Korea

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  • The Water playground includes gently sloping spiral mounds and shallow water pools where children can play and parents can cool down on a hot day. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    The Water playground includes gently sloping spiral mounds and shallow water pools where children can play and parents can cool down on a hot day. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    Water channels from the old water purification plant have been reused to move water around the site. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    Water channels from the old water purification plant have been reused to move water around the site. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    A series of pools full of different plant species clean the water used around the park. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    A series of pools full of different plant species clean the water used around the park. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

  • There are many inviting gathering spaces where people can sit and relax in the shade. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    There are many inviting gathering spaces where people can sit and relax in the shade. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    Irregular path surfaces are not easy for frail elderly people or those with visual impairments to use. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    Irregular path surfaces are not easy for frail elderly people or those with visual impairments to use. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    Paths follow gentle slopes, allowing easy movement for people using wheelchairs or pushchairs. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    Paths follow gentle slopes, allowing easy movement for people using wheelchairs or pushchairs. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

  • The ‘Garden of Transition’, another former chemical settlement facility, houses an aroma garden, a vine garden, a moss garden and a fern garden. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    The ‘Garden of Transition’, another former chemical settlement facility, houses an aroma garden, a vine garden, a moss garden and a fern garden. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    The park incorporates industrial landmarks and infrastructure from the treatment plant into its design. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    The park incorporates industrial landmarks and infrastructure from the treatment plant into its design. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    The shallow basins allow close observation of plant life. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi

    The shallow basins allow close observation of plant life. Photo by Nepal Asatthawasi