VIDEO| Crossing South Korea’s longest suspension bridge in Sunchang

Photo by ChiHon Kim
Photo by ChiHon Kim

VIDEO| Crossing South Korea’s longest suspension bridge in Sunchang

by ChiHon Kim
Stripes Korea

Near Yonggwolsan Mountain in Sunchang, there is a 270-meter-long suspension bridge you don’t want to miss!

The Chaegyesan bridge is one of the longest suspension bridges without pillars in Korea and connects Mt. Jeokseong Chaegyesan and Mt. Donggye Chaegyesan. Below, Highway 24 divides the mountains.

If you are a thrill-seeker, look down at the traffic far below from the center of the bridge. I felt like I was floating above the highway. If not, cross the bridge slowly while taking in the lovely scenery of the mountains, field and village in the distance.

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