South Korea Banpo Bridge Seoul City

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Hanaa Turkistani

About this spot
Banpo Bridge 반포 대교 盤 浦 is a major bridge in downtown Seoul spanning the Han River. It is built above Jamsu Bridge and forms the upper half of a two-story bridge. It was the first double-decker bridge built in South Korea. Jamsu Bridge is designed to be submerged as the water level rises into the river, as the lower deck is located just above the waterline.
The Moonlight Rainbow Fountain ( 달빛무지개 분수) is the world's longest bridge fountain. 10,000 LED nozzles that run along both sides of the bridge shoot out 190 tons of water per minute.

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