I've never been to Seoul, South Korea, but apparently it's an experience in blinding, neon lights. Perhaps then, the city's Living Light sculpture, a beautiful eco-conscious design which can be found at the World Cup Stadium's Peace Park, isn't as awe-inspiring for Koreans as it is for me.
The Living Light sculpture by designers Soo-in Yang and David Benjamin has a glass skin that actually represents a redrawn map of twenty-seven Seoul neighborhoods. The lights on the sculpture will light up according to which neighborhood has the best air quality and which has the worst. And, get this: people can text the structure to find out at any given time the air quality in specific neighborhoods!