Bureau and Corporate Funded Body
The Hangang River, which runs throughout Seoul, has 27 bridges crossing its span including both road and railway bridges. Two smaller rivers from the mountains to the east of the country join together to form the Hangang river, which is the country’s fourth largest of its kind and provides water for over 12 million citizens. Most of the bridges’ lights are turned on from sunset to 11pm, but are operated flexibly depending on the season and other circumstances. Recommended bridges to see are; Cheongdamdaegyo Bridge from Ttukseom Hangang Park, Seongsandaegyo Bridge from Nanji Hangang Park, and Donghodaegyo and Seongsudaegyo Bridges from the heights of Dalmaji Park.
Cheongdamdaegyo Bridge: Ttukseom Resort Station, Subway Line 7, Exit 2 or 3.
Seongsandaegyo Bridge: Mapo-gu Office Station, Subway Line 6, Exit 7.
Dalmaji Park: Oksu Station, Subway Line 3, Exit 3.