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Chongae Sunken Stone Garden in Seoul, South Korea
Built in 2005 by Mikyoung Kim Design, the Chongae Sunken Stone Garden is located in the heart of Seoul's central business district at the very beginning of the 7 mile corridor of the Cheonggyecheon Restoration Project. This unique public plaza is guided by the water levels from hour to hour and season to season allowing passersby to visually gauge the status of the river. A popular attraction, the Chongae Sunken Stone Garden has welcomed more than 10 million visitors since its opening and is a venue for all major festivals and events of Seoul.
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