Gwangan Bridge in Busan to open to pedestrians July 27

haps Magazine Korea

The city of Busan announced that it will open the Gwangan Bridge to pedestrians for three hours on July 27 from 8-11 a.m.

The city will open the 4.9 km portion of the upper deck of the bridge, from the Haeundae toll booths to the Namcheon ramp.

A variety of events will be held for citizens, including a parade and busking performances.
There will also be various photo zones placed throughout the bridge as well as food trucks set up along the bridge.

The upper deck of the bridge will be closed off to all vehicles from 7 a.m. to noon on the 27th.

The city will evaluate the vehicle flow and pedestrian safety after an opening event in Gwangan Bridge in September.

The city is considering opening the Gwangan Bridge regularly from next year based on the evaluation results.

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