25,000 roses illimunate Hong Kong for Valentine's Day

If one rose isn't enough this Valentine's Day, how about 25,000?

Thousands of rose lights have been lit in Hong Kong, as part of Seoul's Light Rose Garden's world tour.

The Telegraph reports that the garden is made up of 25,000 waterproof white roses arranged tightly in Hong Kong's landmark Central and Western District Promenade.

The roses will light up each night and instantly illuminate the park against the backdrop of Hong Kong's skyline now through Feb. 22.

Organizer Jung Yong Jin said he came up with the idea because he "wanted families, friends and lovers to come out to parks at night."

Next stop on the tour is Singapore.