In the past few years, cities around the world have clamored to copy the High Line—a famous park in New York City that’s constructed on a disused stretch of elevated railway tracks—and build their own urban oasis in the sky. One of these cities is Seoul, South Korea, which recently unveiled a brand-new elevated park called Seoullo 7017. Seoullo translates to “Seoul Street” or “Toward Seoul,” and the number "7017" is a combination of 1970 and 2017, the years in which the highway and park were built, according to designboom.

Stretching for more than half a mile, the park is built atop the former Seoul Station overpass, a highway constructed in 1970. It was once slated for demolition—but now, it’s filled with trees, flowers, and shrubs, along with a handful of cafés and eateries. Bridges and stairs connect the walkway to hotels, businesses, and gardens at street level.

View some pictures of Seoullo 7017 below:

Ossip van Duivenbode

Ossip van Duivenbode

Ossip van Duivenbode

Ossip van Duivenbode

All photos courtesy of Ossip van Duivenbode

[h/t designboom]