A place that has become a landmark of Andong, Woryeonggyo bridge.
I went there during the day and in the evening, but it’s the first time to visit here at the sunset.
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Woryeonggyo Bridge is located just up the Nakdong River from Andong City. It is the longest wooden bridge in Korea and the name Woryeonggyo was chosen through a civic contest.
It was built in 2003 and Wolyoungdae, which is now submerged by dam construction, has moved here.
In the middle of the Woryeonggyo Bridge, there is a pavilion called Woryeongjeong.
If you sit in the pavilion of the octagonal pavilion and watch the quietly flowing Nakdong River, your eyes will be refreshed.
There is a crescent moon today. The sunset has already crossed the western mountains, but the afterglow is still coloring the sky.
A puppy sitting in the middle of the stairs like the owner of this pavilion. A cute dog with his tongue out and staring at people passing by with his eyes open.
The dog is very cute with a slight smile.
The bridge is getting more and more light. Colorful bright lights.
It’s a great place to take a walk. It is perfect to get a cool river breeze while walking along the Nakdong River.
However, if you stop by Andong, it is one of the places where you visit once, day or night.
There are many restaurants and cafes in front of Woryeonggyo Bridge, so it is good to come with your family and go out with your lover.
N/A (Open all year round)
– Saturdays & Sundays (excluding winter months)
– 12:30 / 18:30 / 20:00 – Duration: 20 minutes