Population decline in Angye (at the highest rate in South Korea) is causing a loss of play spaces, first to go are those for children. However, play is the foundation of any community. When in a state of play people feel comfortable to explore interactions with their environment and each other, stretching established social rules. Play fosters our powerful imaginations and can steer society towards new systems of cohabitation. Everyone’s life involves play in some capacity, whether in a PC방, eating house or market. In this way, play could be the shared language needed to reinvigorate the town.