Cheonggyecheon Stream, Seoul, S. Korea (2005)
After the Korean War, many people migrated to Seoul and settled along the Cheonggyecheon stream in shabby makeshift houses. In the 1970s, it was considered a symbol of progress when the stream was covered with an elevated freeway. By 2000, the Cheonggye area was considered the most congested and noisy part of Seoul. The city initiated a project to remove the highway and restore the stream, which runs over 5km through a revitalised down town.

Simon Roberts

Print Only: $2,500.00
Framed Print: $2,695.00
Print Size: 1080x810 mm
Frame Size: 1140x870 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Baryta 315gsm
Frame Colour: White
Exhibit: POS SR 295 18

 

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Cheonggyecheon Stream, Seoul, S. Korea (2005)

Fine-Art Limited Edition Archival Giclee Digital Print
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After the Korean War, many people migrated to Seoul and settled along the Cheonggyecheon stream in shabby makeshift houses. In the 1970s, it was considered a symbol of progress when the stream was covered with an elevated freeway. By 2000, the Cheonggye area was considered the most congested and noisy part of Seoul. The city initiated a project to remove the highway and restore the stream, which runs over 5km through a revitalised down town.

Photographer:
Simon Roberts

Print Only: $2,500.00

Framed Print: $2,695.00

Print Size: 1080x810 mm

Frame Size: 1140x870 mm

Exhibit: POS SR 295 18

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