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You can easily get to Yeongdodaegyo Bridge by getting off at Nampo station and exit near Lotte Mall Gwangbok. The bridge itself is interesting, and you can see the gears that move the bridge. At night, the views on the bridge is beautiful.
This is the only bascule bridge in Korea which is still lifting today.
But, it's only symbolic procedure and ships don't pass during it's open.
- Once a day at 2 pm.
- The rooftop garden of Lotte Department Store Gwangbok Branch is a good...More
Subway nampo, exit 6 (Same area of Jagaichi fish market, walking distance). It next to Lotte Mart, Gwangbok. It operate 2pm - 2.15pm the bridge will close and lift up to release the bigger ship pass by. At the same time, you can snap some...More
This bridge is different from other suspension bridges as it can be raised to allow ships to pass through. It is basically a bascule bridge. We came here using metro line 1 and stopped at Nampo station (exit 8). The bridge is very near the...More
Yeongdodaegyo Bridge (oh wow, that was a handful to type) connects Busan’s mainland to the Yeongdo district on Yeongdo Island. It’s the first bridge that connected the island to the mainland. In its proximity to the ports, the bridge would lift to allow large ships...More
One could access the bridge by taking Exit 6 of Nampo metro station. It is only a 5 minutes walk. From the bridge one could view the Busandaegyo Bridge, Jagalchi Market and the shoreline. The views are much better at night than at daytime. It...More