At the highest plateau of Seoul’s World Cup Park sits Haneul Park, a former landfill turned ecological park. We came at the best time, apparently. In autumn, the fields are covered in tall miscanthus even taller than Rg. They sway with the wind and shine with the sunset as they warmly embrace you like a long lost friend. It’s so easy to fall in love with this scenery. You’ll get why K-dramas are so cheesy.
I wish we could do something similar in Manila. There’s so much potential in the few spaces we have in the city, and I wish the next generation can grow up with an abundance of parks and a penchant for natural beauty!
Photos are from October 2016