At daytime, you may never expect that this regular bridge, the Gwangandaegyo could transform into a world-class beauty and a must-see attraction when evening peeps in. Being the longest bi-level bridge over the ocean ever built in Korea, Gwangandaegyo is not just a quickway that connects Suyeong-do and Udong, but it also gives people a glimpse of Busan’s amusing attractions, beaches and islands nearby such as the Gwangalli Beach, Oryukdo Island, Hwangnyeongsan Mountain, Dalmaji Hill and Dongbaeksom Island.
At night, the bridge looks as if the polar lights have descended upon it with its beautiful show of LED lights that constantly changes its pattern and colors. Indeed, love can be breathed in the air once the majestic lights expedition starts. There’s no wonder why tourists flock around the area because aside from the spectacle of lights, the surrounding area is filled with bars, restaurants, and cafes that you can enjoy.
*photo source: https://blog.naver.com/rainday774/220120386073