Hong Kong hosts Valentine's Day with 25,000 LED roses
It's like a romantic scene from one of South Korea's soppy soap operas - tens of thousands of illuminated roses forming an impressive backdrop for the lead actor and actress to declare their love for each other.
The Light Rose Garden, a public art installation featuring a sea of white roses made with light-emitting diode (LED) is also a perfect venue for Valentine's Day in Hong Kong.
Originating in South Korea, the Light Rose Garden is on a world tour with its first stop in the southern Chinese city.
Organiser Jung Yong Jin said he was thrilled to see people outside of Seoul enjoying the garden, made up of 25,000 waterproof white roses arranged tightly in Hong Kong's landmark Central and Western District Promenade, with 25 roses planted every three square yards.
The roses light up each night and instantly illuminate the park against the backdrop of Hong Kong's skyline. Couples, families and friends flock to take photos.
"I created this LED rose garden because I wanted families, friends and lovers to come out to parks at night," Mr Jung said.
A woman from Taiwan, visiting with her boyfriend, said the romantic setting reminded her of Korean dramas.
"I don't feel anything," the boyfriend, who identified himself only as Lee, laughed. "She showed me those scenes. Korean dramas are like that. So when I read about it, I wanted to bring her here."
For Valentine's, he gave her roses made of Lego bricks.
The light garden's next stop is Singapore on February 22.