PHOTO ESSAY: Seoul and The Call of the Urban…

In the most densely populated city in the developed world, people walk to work through a forest instead of driving. They take vacations on the metro, family picnics on the edge of a cliff, and routinely walk from their doorstep into a vast urban national park called Bukhansan. This two part photo essay is a reflection on time lived in Seoul, and also an inquiry. It asks what it means to have access to nature, and whether examples from Korea might help other cities become more resilient.

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