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Wollyeong Bridge is the largest wooden bridge in Korea and is 3.6 m wide and 387 m long. There is a pavilion on the bridge and it is nice to sit here and admire the view. Once you cross the bridge you can return to...More
Visited the bridge in the afternoon after seeing the 7 storey pagoda. Unfortunately the weather was not on our side so it was drizzling at times and overcast. It was a really nice walk through the woods though - the walkways in SK always seem...More
Easy to get to by bus from outside train station nice to walk across. Turn left past village and museum then up hill to right and youll come to the dam with a cafe & specactacular view of dam and lake.
This is a lovely place for a walk. The bridge itself is pretty and you can take some nice photos. There is also a great park around the bridge with many traditional buildings which were moved from areas that were submerged following the construction of...More
A nice place to walk along the dam and you can take good photos in different spots. However, bus services are very limited per day so you may have to take a taxi there if you miss a bus (around 4000 won from Andong train...More
If you like to walk in a place which look like Switzerland in August ... it is the place. The Bridge cross the lake from side to side ... and if you want you can walk about 2-3 kilometers on a Wood passerel and go...More
We walked to the bridge along the river. Bridge was decorated with many lanterns following a recent festival.
Just past the traffic bridge as you turn onto the river from Andong city is an underpass under the train line, take this to view the old...More
This place was a surprise visit. Saw the beautiful pictures at the guesthouse and decided to visit. It was not a disappointment. We went in the evening and walk along the bridge and the park until dusk. Cherry blossoms lined the river side and it...More
Beautiful wooden bridge connecting the two sides of the river, must visit at night time when the lights are on , fountain also from the sides makes it beautiful scenery, possibility to take boat ride near by