List of bridges in South Korea

This is a list of bridges and viaducts in South Korea, including those for pedestrians and vehicular traffic.

Historical and architectural interest bridgesEdit

Name Korean Distinction Length Type Carries
Crosses
Opened Location Province Ref.
  1 Geumcheon Bridge [ko] 금천교 Oldest bridge of Seoul
National treasure n°1762
Changdeokgung Palace
  World Heritage Site (1997)
12.9 m (42 ft) Masonry
2 arches
Footbridge
1411 Seoul
Jongno
37°34′42.4″N 126°59′24.2″E / 37.578444°N 126.990056°E / 37.578444; 126.990056 (Geumcheon Bridge)
Seoul [C 1]
[1]
[2]
  2 Supyo Bridge [ko] 수표교 27.5 m (90 ft) Beam
Stone slabs, 10 spans
Footbridge
Cheonggyecheon
1420 Seoul
Jung
37°33′29.2″N 127°00′17.9″E / 37.558111°N 127.004972°E / 37.558111; 127.004972 (Supyo Bridge)
Seoul [3]
  3 Okcheongyo Bridge [ko] 창경궁 옥천교 National treasure n°386 9.8 m (32 ft) Masonry
2 arches
Footbridge
1483 Seoul
Jongno
37°34′43.7″N 126°59′45.7″E / 37.578806°N 126.996028°E / 37.578806; 126.996028 (Okcheongyo Bridge)
Seoul [C 2]
  4 Rainbow Bridge of Heungguksa Temple [ko] 여수 흥국사 홍교 National treasure n°563 Masonry
1 arch
Footbridge
1639 Yeosu
34°49′22.0″N 127°41′49.1″E / 34.822778°N 127.696972°E / 34.822778; 127.696972 (Rainbow Bridge of Heungguksa Temple)
South Jeolla [C 3]
5 Neungpagyo Bridge [ko] 고성 건봉사 능파교 National treasure n°1336 14.3 m (47 ft) Masonry
1 arch
Footbridge
1707 Geonbongsa
38°24′09.2″N 128°22′42.5″E / 38.402556°N 128.378472°E / 38.402556; 128.378472 (Neungpagyo Bridge)
Gangwon [C 4]
  6 Beolgyo Bridge [ko] 보성 벌교 홍교 National treasure n°304 27.6 m (91 ft) Masonry
3 arches
Footbridge
Beolgyo
1729 Beolgyo
34°51′00.1″N 127°20′18.4″E / 34.850028°N 127.338444°E / 34.850028; 127.338444 (Beolgyo Bridge)
South Jeolla [C 5]
  7 Mannyeon Bridge [ko] 창녕 영산 만년교 National treasure n°564 11 m (36 ft) Masonry
1 arch
Footbridge
1780 Yeongsan
35°27′13.1″N 128°31′47.4″E / 35.453639°N 128.529833°E / 35.453639; 128.529833 (Mannyeon Bridge)
South Gyeongsang [C 6]
  8 Manan Bridge [ko] 만안교 Masonry
7 arches
Footbridge
1795 Anyang
37°24′52.0″N 126°54′42.6″E / 37.414444°N 126.911833°E / 37.414444; 126.911833 (Manan Bridge)
Gyeonggi [C 7]
9 Yuksongjeong Honggyo Bridge [ko] 고성 건봉사 능파교 National treasure n°1337 10.6 m (35 ft) Masonry
1 arch
Footbridge
18th century Goseong County
38°23′11.9″N 128°23′54.3″E / 38.386639°N 128.398417°E / 38.386639; 128.398417 (Yuksongjeong Honggyo Bridge)
Gangwon [C 8]
  10 Bridge of No Return 돌아올 수 없는 다리 Military Demarcation Line Beam
Concrete

Sachon
Paju - Kaesong
37°57′21.8″N 126°40′13.1″E / 37.956056°N 126.670306°E / 37.956056; 126.670306 (Bridge of No Return)
Gyeonggi
  North Korea
  11 Bridge of Freedom (Paju) [ko] 자유의 다리 83 m (272 ft) Beam
Steel, wood
Footbridge
Imjingak
1953 Paju
37°53′23.6″N 126°44′19.6″E / 37.889889°N 126.738778°E / 37.889889; 126.738778 (Bridge of Freedom (Paju))
Gyeonggi [4]
  12 Banpo Bridge 반포대교 Longest bridge fountain in the world 1,495 m (4,905 ft) Box girder
Steel
2 levels
Road bridge
Banpo-daero
Han River
1982 Seoul
Seocho - Yongsan
37°30′56.0″N 126°59′46.1″E / 37.515556°N 126.996139°E / 37.515556; 126.996139 (Banpo Bridge)
Seoul [Note 1]
[S 1]
[7]
  13 Seonim Bridge 선임교 Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes
  World Heritage Site (2007)
128 m (420 ft) Arch
Steel deck arch
Footbridge
Cheonjeyeon Waterfalls
1984 Seogwipo
33°15′06.3″N 126°25′00.7″E / 33.251750°N 126.416861°E / 33.251750; 126.416861 (Seonim Bridge)
Jeju [S 2]
[8]
[9]
  14 Seonyu Footbridge 선유교 Conception by Rudy Ricciotti
The arch is made of ductal, an ultra-high performance fiber concrete
Span : 120 m (390 ft)
469 m (1,539 ft) Arch
Concrete deck arch
Footbridge
Han River
2002 Seoul
Yeongdeungpo
37°32′36.5″N 126°53′49.0″E / 37.543472°N 126.896944°E / 37.543472; 126.896944 (Seonyu Footbridge)
Seoul [S 3]
[10]
  15 Wolchulsan Bridge 구름다리 Span : 50 m (160 ft)
Height : 70 m (230 ft)
50 m (160 ft) Suspension
Steel
Footbridge
2005 Yeongam County
34°46′08.5″N 126°42′44.0″E / 34.769028°N 126.712222°E / 34.769028; 126.712222 (Wolchulsan Bridge)
South Jeolla [11]


Major road and railway bridgesEdit

This table presents the structures with spans greater than 200 meters (non-exhaustive list).


Name Korean Span Length Type Carries
Crosses
Opened Location Province Ref.
  1 Yi Sun-sin Bridge 이순신대교 1,545 m (5,069 ft) 2,260 m (7,410 ft) Suspension
Steel box girder deck, concrete pylons
357+1545+357
Road bridge
Isunsin-daero
Sea of Japan
2012 Gwangyang - Myodo Island
34°54′22.1″N 127°42′17.7″E / 34.906139°N 127.704917°E / 34.906139; 127.704917 (Yi Sun-sin Bridge)
South Jeolla [Note 2]
[S 4]
[12]
2 Ulsan Bridge [ko] 울산대교 1,150 m (3,770 ft) 2,970 m (9,740 ft) Suspension
Steel box girder deck, concrete pylons
Road bridge
Taehwa
2015 Ulsan
35°30′42.8″N 129°23′27.3″E / 35.511889°N 129.390917°E / 35.511889; 129.390917 (Ulsan Bridge)
Ulsan [S 5]
[13]
3 Second Namhae Bridge [ko] 제2남해대교 890 m (2,920 ft) 990 m (3,250 ft) Suspension
Steel box girder deck, concrete pylons
19
 
National Route 19
Sea of Japan
2018 Noryang
34°56′35.8″N 127°52′01.7″E / 34.943278°N 127.867139°E / 34.943278; 127.867139 (Second Namhae Bridge)
South Gyeongsang [S 6]
[14]
4 Jeokgeum Bridge [ko] 팔영대교 850 m (2,790 ft) 1,340 m (4,400 ft) Suspension
Steel box girder deck, concrete pylons
4x65+850+3x60
77
 
National Route 77
Sea of Japan
2016 Ucheon - Jeokgeum Island
34°37′53.6″N 127°30′10.8″E / 34.631556°N 127.503000°E / 34.631556; 127.503000 (Jeokgeum Bridge)
South Jeolla [15]
  5 Incheon Bridge 인천대교 800 m (2,600 ft) 12,340 m (40,490 ft) Cable-stayed
Steel box girder deck, concrete pylons
80+260+800+260+80
110
 
Second Gyeongin Expressway
Yellow Sea
2009 Incheon - Yeongjongdo
37°24′50.8″N 126°33′58.2″E / 37.414111°N 126.566167°E / 37.414111; 126.566167 (Bridge)
Incheon [S 7]
[16]
6 Second Saecheonnyeon Bridge [ko] 새천년대교 650 m (2,130 ft) (x2) 7,224 m (23,701 ft) Suspension
Steel box girder deck, 3 concrete pylons
225+650+650+225
2
 
National Route 2
Yellow Sea
2019 Amtae Island - Aphae Island
34°51′37.8″N 126°12′20.5″E / 34.860500°N 126.205694°E / 34.860500; 126.205694 (Second Saecheonnyeon Bridge)
South Jeolla [S 8]
[17]
  7 Busan Harbor Bridge 북항대교 540 m (1,770 ft) 3,100 m (10,200 ft) Cable-stayed
Composite steel/concrete deck, concrete pylons
60+227+540+227+60
Road bridge
Sea of Japan
2014 Busan - Yeongdo District
35°06′21.5″N 129°03′52.6″E / 35.105972°N 129.064611°E / 35.105972; 129.064611 (Busan Harbor Bridge)
Busan [S 9]
[18]
8 First Saecheonnyeon Bridge [ko] 새천년대교 510 m (1,670 ft) 7,224 m (23,701 ft) Cable-stayed
Asymmetric, steel box girder deck, concrete pylons
120+120+510+120
2
 
National Route 2
Yellow Sea
2019 Amtae Island - Aphae Island
34°51′38.6″N 126°10′17.7″E / 34.860722°N 126.171583°E / 34.860722; 126.171583 (First Saecheonnyeon Bridge)
South Jeolla [S 8]
[19]
  9 Gwangandaegyo 광안대교 500 m (1,600 ft) 7,420 m (24,340 ft) Suspension
2 levels steel truss deck, steel pylons
200+500+200
66
 
Busan Metropolitan City Route 66
Sea of Japan
2002 Busan
35°08′45.4″N 129°07′41.5″E / 35.145944°N 129.128194°E / 35.145944; 129.128194 (Gwangandaegyo)
Busan [S 10]
  10 Mokpo Bridge [ko] 목포대교 500 m (1,600 ft) 3,060 m (10,040 ft) Cable-stayed
Steel box girder deck, concrete pylons
200+500+200
1
 
National Route 1
Yeongsan River
Yellow Sea
2012 Mokpo
34°47′20.6″N 126°21′20.4″E / 34.789056°N 126.355667°E / 34.789056; 126.355667 (Mokpo Bridge)
South Jeolla [20]
11 Hwatae Island Bridge [ko] 화태대교 500 m (1,600 ft) 1,345 m (4,413 ft) Cable-stayed
Steel box girder deck, steel pylons
71+189+500+189+71
Road bridge
Sea of Japan
2015 Yeosu - Hwatae Island
34°35′54.2″N 127°44′07.2″E / 34.598389°N 127.735333°E / 34.598389; 127.735333 (Hwatae Island Bridge)
South Jeolla [21]
12 Hwayang Bridge 화양대교 500 m (1,600 ft) 854 m (2,802 ft) Cable-stayed
Concrete box girder deck, concrete pylons
177+500+177
77
 
National Route 77
Sea of Japan
2020 Jobaldo Island - Jangsu-ri
34°38′04.6″N 127°34′18.6″E / 34.634611°N 127.571833°E / 34.634611; 127.571833 (Hwayang Bridge)
South Jeolla [22]
  13 Geogum Bridge [ko] 거금대교 480 m (1,570 ft) 2,028 m (6,654 ft) Cable-stayed
Steel truss deck, concrete pylons
120+198+480+198+120
27
 
National Route 27
East China Sea
2011 Goheung County
34°30′08.0″N 127°07′43.3″E / 34.502222°N 127.128694°E / 34.502222; 127.128694 (Geogum Bridge)
South Jeolla [23]
  14 First Busan–Geoje Bridge I거가 대교 475 m (1,558 ft) 1,870 m (6,140 ft) Cable-stayed
Composite steel/concrete deck, concrete pylons
222+475+222
58
 
National Route 58
Sea of Japan
2010 Busan - Geoje
35°00′54.8″N 128°45′14.9″E / 35.015222°N 128.754139°E / 35.015222; 128.754139 (First Busan–Geoje Bridge)
Busan
South Gyeongsang
[S 11]
[24]
  15 Seohae Bridge 서해대교 470 m (1,540 ft) 7,310 m (23,980 ft) Cable-stayed
Composite steel/concrete deck, concrete pylons
60+200+470+200+60
15
 
Seohaean Expressway
Asan Bay
(Yellow Sea)
2000 Pyeongtaek - Dangjin
36°57′05.6″N 126°50′27.5″E / 36.951556°N 126.840972°E / 36.951556; 126.840972 (Seohae Bridge)
Gyeonggi
South Chungcheong
[S 12]
16 Myo Island Bridge 묘도대교 430 m (1,410 ft) 1,410 m (4,630 ft) Cable-stayed
Composite steel/concrete deck, concrete pylons
60+105+430+105+60
Road bridge
Isunsin-daero
Sea of Japan
2012 Gwangyang - Myo Island
34°51′59.0″N 127°43′10.1″E / 34.866389°N 127.719472°E / 34.866389; 127.719472 (Myo Island Bridge)
South Jeolla [S 13]
  17 Namhae Bridge 남해대교 404 m (1,325 ft) 660 m (2,170 ft) Suspension
Steel box girder deck, steel pylons
128+404+128
19
 
National Route 19
Sea of Japan
1973 Noryang
34°56′39.5″N 127°52′19.0″E / 34.944306°N 127.871944°E / 34.944306; 127.871944 (Namhae Bridge)
South Gyeongsang [S 14]
  18 Machang Bridge [ko] 마창대교 400 m (1,300 ft) 1,700 m (5,600 ft) Cable-stayed
Composite steel/concrete deck, concrete pylons
170+400+170
2
 
National Route 2
Sea of Japan
2008 Masan - Changwon
35°09′48.4″N 128°35′40.0″E / 35.163444°N 128.594444°E / 35.163444; 128.594444 (Machang Bridge)
South Gyeongsang [S 15]
[25]
  19 Gogunsan Bridge [ko] 고군산대교 400 m (1,300 ft) 705 m (2,313 ft) Suspension
Steel box girder deck, concrete pylon
Road bridge
Yellow Sea
2016 Shinsido Island - Munyeodo Island
35°48′42.7″N 126°26′33.4″E / 35.811861°N 126.442611°E / 35.811861; 126.442611 (Gogunsan Bridge)
North Jeolla [S 16]
[26]
  20 Jindo Bridge [ko] 진도대교 344 m (1,129 ft) 485 m (1,591 ft) Cable-stayed
Steel box girder deck, steel pylons
70+344+70
Twin bridges
18
 
National Route 18
East China Sea
1983
2004
Jindo County
34°34′19.0″N 126°18′18.2″E / 34.571944°N 126.305056°E / 34.571944; 126.305056 (Jindo Bridge)
South Jeolla [S 17]
  21 Cheong poong bridge 청풍대교 327 m (1,073 ft) 442 m (1,450 ft) Cable-stayed
Steel girder deck, concrete pylons
22+35+327+35+22
Cheongpungho-ro 82
Namhan River
Chungju Dam reservoir
2010 Jecheon
37°00′12.7″N 128°10′45.8″E / 37.003528°N 128.179389°E / 37.003528; 128.179389 (Cheong poong bridge)
North Chungcheong [S 18]
22 Chilsan Bridge [ko] 칠산대교 320 m (1,050 ft) 590 m (1,940 ft) Cable-stayed
Concrete box girder deck, concrete pylons
135+320+135
77
 
National Route 77
2016 Yeonggwang County
35°22′00.7″N 126°25′12.8″E / 35.366861°N 126.420222°E / 35.366861; 126.420222 (Chilsan Bridge)
South Jeolla [S 19]
[27]
  23 Yeongjong Bridge 영종대교 300 m (980 ft) 4,420 m (14,500 ft) Suspension
Self-anchored, 2 levels steel truss deck, steel pylons
125+300+125
110
 
Second Gyeongin Expressway
Yellow Sea
2000 Incheon - Yeongjongdo
37°32′41.6″N 126°34′57.8″E / 37.544889°N 126.582722°E / 37.544889; 126.582722 (Yeongjong Bridge)
Incheon [S 20]
  24 Dolsan Bridge 돌산 대교 280 m (920 ft) 450 m (1,480 ft) Cable-stayed
Steel box girder deck, steel pylons
85+280+85
17
 
National Route 17
Sea of Japan
1985 Yeosu
34°43′51.1″N 127°44′04.3″E / 34.730861°N 127.734528°E / 34.730861; 127.734528 (Dolsan Bridge)
South Jeolla [S 21]
  25 Hwamyeong Bridge [ko] 화명대교 270 m (890 ft) 1,039 m (3,409 ft) Cable-stayed
Concrete box girder deck, concrete pylons
115+270+115
77
 
Busan Metropolitan City Route 77
Nakdong River
2012 Busan - Gimhae
35°14′07.6″N 128°59′54.6″E / 35.235444°N 128.998500°E / 35.235444; 128.998500 (Hwamyeong Bridge)
Busan
South Gyeongsang
[Note 2]
[28]
26 Sorok Bridge [ko] 소록대교 250 m (820 ft) 1,160 m (3,810 ft) Suspension
Self-anchored, 2 levels steel box girder deck, concrete pylons
110+250+110
27
 
National Route 27
East China Sea
2009 Goheung County
34°31′36.9″N 127°07′21.9″E / 34.526917°N 127.122750°E / 34.526917; 127.122750 (Sorok Bridge)
South Jeolla [S 22]
[29]
27 Yeonggwang Bridge [ko] 영광대교 250 m (820 ft) 1,820 m (5,970 ft) Cable-stayed
Concrete box girder deck, concrete pylons
110+250+110
77
 
National Route 77
Yellow Sea
2019 Yeonggwang County
35°09′48.8″N 126°21′15.5″E / 35.163556°N 126.354306°E / 35.163556; 126.354306 (Yeonggwang Bridge)
South Jeolla
28 Fourth Geumgang Bridge 금강4교 250 m (820 ft) 840 m (2,760 ft) Cable-stayed
Asymmetric, concrete box girder deck, concrete pylons
140+250+70
Road bridge
Geum River
2016 Sejong City
36°30′42.7″N 127°19′47.5″E / 36.511861°N 127.329861°E / 36.511861; 127.329861 (Fourth Geumgang Bridge)
Sejong [30]
  29 Yeongheung Grand Bridge [ko] 영흥대교 240 m (790 ft) 1,250 m (4,100 ft) Cable-stayed
Steel box girder deck, concrete pylons
110+240+110
Road bridge
Yeongheung-ro
Yellow Sea
2001 Yeongheungdo - Seonjae-do
37°15′16.6″N 126°30′22.9″E / 37.254611°N 126.506361°E / 37.254611; 126.506361 (Yeongheung Grand Bridge)
Gyeonggi [S 23]
[31]
  30 Samcheonpo Bridge [ko] 삼천포대교 230 m (750 ft) 1,073 m (3,520 ft) Cable-stayed
Composite steel/concrete deck, concrete pylons
103+230+103
3
 
National Route 3
Sea of Japan
2003 Sacheon
34°55′42.7″N 128°03′01.3″E / 34.928528°N 128.050361°E / 34.928528; 128.050361 (Samcheonpo Bridge)
South Gyeongsang [S 24]
[32]
  31 Second Busan–Geoje Bridge II거가 대교 230 m (750 ft) (x2) 1,650 m (5,410 ft) Cable-stayed
Composite steel/concrete deck, 3 concrete pylons
108+230+230+108
58
 
National Route 58
Sea of Japan
2010 Busan - Geoje
35°01′03.5″N 128°43′42.7″E / 35.017639°N 128.728528°E / 35.017639; 128.728528 (Second Busan–Geoje Bridge)
Busan
South Gyeongsang
[S 25]
[24]
  32 Geobukseon Bridge 거북선대교 230 m (750 ft) 744 m (2,441 ft) Cable-stayed
Concrete girder deck, concrete pylons
35+82+230+82+35
17
 
National Route 17
Sea of Japan
2012 Yeosu
34°44′06.9″N 127°44′55.6″E / 34.735250°N 127.748778°E / 34.735250; 127.748778 (Geobukseon Bridge)
South Jeolla [S 26]
[33]
  33 Sepung Bridge 세풍대교 220 m (720 ft) (x2) 725 m (2,379 ft) Cable-stayed
Curved concrete box girder deck, 3 concrete pylons
85+220+220+85
Road bridge
2014 Gwangyang
34°56′11.2″N 127°36′14.7″E / 34.936444°N 127.604083°E / 34.936444; 127.604083 (Sepung Bridge)
South Jeolla [S 27]
34 Jangbogo Bridge [ko] 장보고대교 220 m (720 ft) 1,305 m (4,281 ft) Cable-stayed
Composite steel/concrete deck, concrete pylons
90+220+90
77
 
National Route 77
Sea of Japan
2017 Gogeumdo - Sinjido
34°20′54.7″N 126°46′57.8″E / 34.348528°N 126.782722°E / 34.348528; 126.782722 (Jangbogo Bridge)
South Jeolla [34]
35 Baekseok Bridge [ko] 백석대교 205 m (673 ft) 749 m (2,457 ft) Cable-stayed
Concrete box girder deck, concrete pylons
77+205+77
Road bridge
Bongsu-daero
Ara Canal
2012 Incheon
37°34′19.8″N 126°39′49.0″E / 37.572167°N 126.663611°E / 37.572167; 126.663611 (Bridge)
Incheon [35]
36 Ando Bridge 안도대교 200 m (660 ft) 360 m (1,180 ft) Extradosed
Concrete box girder deck, concrete pylons
80+200+80
863
 
Local Route 863
Sea of Japan
2010 Geumodo
34°29′31.1″N 127°47′48.7″E / 34.491972°N 127.796861°E / 34.491972; 127.796861 (Ando Bridge)
South Jeolla [36]
  37 Handuri Bridge 한두리대교 200 m (660 ft) 880 m (2,890 ft) Cable-stayed
Composite steel/concrete deck, concrete pylon
200+140
Road-bridge
Hannuri-daero
Geum River
2012 Daejeon - Sejong City
36°28′32.0″N 127°15′57.3″E / 36.475556°N 127.265917°E / 36.475556; 127.265917 (Handuri Bridge)
Daejeon
Sejong
[S 28]
  38 Wando Bridge [ko] 완도대교 200 m (660 ft) 500 m (1,600 ft) Cable-stayed
Steel box girder deck, steel pylon
200+140
13
 
National Route 13
77
 
National Route 77
Sea of Japan
2012 Cheongghaejil Island - Wando County
34°23′39.1″N 126°38′46.9″E / 34.394194°N 126.646361°E / 34.394194; 126.646361 (Wando Bridge)
South Jeolla [37]
39 Jobal Bridge 조발대교 200 m (660 ft) 990 m (3,250 ft) Cable-stayed
Concrete box girder deck, concrete pylon
2x150+200+170+140
77
 
National Route 77
Sea of Japan
2017 Dunbyeongdo Island - Jobaldo Island
34°37′49.2″N 127°33′17.5″E / 34.630333°N 127.554861°E / 34.630333; 127.554861 (Jobal Bridge)
South Jeolla [38]


Han River bridges in SeoulEdit

This list present all bridges from the mouth of the Han River to the end of Seoul Special City.


Name Korean Span Length Type Carries
Crosses
Opened Location Province Ref.
1 Ilsan Bridge 일산대교 110 m (360 ft) (x2) 1,590 m (5,220 ft) Beam
Steel
7x70+2x110+7x70
98
 
Local Route 98
Han River
2007 Gimpo - Goyang
37°39′03.5″N 126°43′00.4″E / 37.650972°N 126.716778°E / 37.650972; 126.716778 (Ilsan Bridge)
Gyeonggi
2 Gimpo Bridge 김포대교 125 m (410 ft) (x6) 2,280 m (7,480 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
100
 
Seoul Ring Expressway
Han River
1997 Gimpo - Goyang
37°36′45.1″N 126°47′38.5″E / 37.612528°N 126.794028°E / 37.612528; 126.794028 (Gimpo Bridge)
Gyeonggi [S 29]
  3 Second Haengju Bridge 행주대교 120 m (390 ft) 1,460 m (4,790 ft) Cable-stayed
Steel box girder deck, concrete pylons
60+2x50+120+2x50
39
 
National Route 39
78
 
Local Route 78
Han River
1995
2000
Goyang
Seoul
Gangseo
37°35′57.6″N 126°48′38.5″E / 37.599333°N 126.810694°E / 37.599333; 126.810694 (Second Haengju Bridge)
Gyeonggi
Seoul
[Note 3]
[S 30]
[40]
  4 Banghwa Bridge 방화대교 180 m (590 ft) 2,599 m (8,527 ft) Arch
Steel through arch
Twin bridges
130
 
Incheon International Airport Expressway
Han River
2000 Goyang
Seoul
Gangseo
37°35′17.3″N 126°49′34.5″E / 37.588139°N 126.826250°E / 37.588139; 126.826250 (Bridge)
Gyeonggi
Seoul
[S 31]
  5 Magok Railway Bridge 마곡대교 120 m (390 ft) (x3) 2,393 m (7,851 ft) Truss
Steel
AREX
Han River
Goyang - Seoul
Gangseo
37°34′55.3″N 126°50′26.3″E / 37.582028°N 126.840639°E / 37.582028; 126.840639 (Magok Railway Bridge)
Gyeonggi
Seoul
6 Gayang Bridge 가양대교 180 m (590 ft) 1,700 m (5,600 ft) Box girder
Steel
110+180+110
Road bridge
Gayang-daero
Han River
2002 Seoul
Mapo - Gangseo
37°34′11.2″N 126°51′40.4″E / 37.569778°N 126.861222°E / 37.569778; 126.861222 (Gayang Bridge)
Seoul [M 1]
[S 32]
  7 World Cup Bridge
under construction
월드컵대교 225 m (738 ft) Cable-stayed
Steel box girder (main span), concrete box girder (back span), concrete pylon
100+225+120+95

Han River
2020 Seoul
Mapo - Yeongdeungpo
37°33′19.3″N 126°53′05.1″E / 37.555361°N 126.884750°E / 37.555361; 126.884750 (World Cup Bridge)
Seoul [41]
  8 Seongsan Bridge 성산대교 120 m (390 ft) (x8) 1,410 m (4,630 ft) Arch
Steel deck arch
1
 
National Route 1
48
 
National Route 48
Han River
Seoul
Mapo - Yeongdeungpo
37°33′07.5″N 126°53′27.8″E / 37.552083°N 126.891056°E / 37.552083; 126.891056 (Seongsan Bridge)
Seoul [M 2]
[S 33]
  9 Yanghwa Bridge 양화대교 112 m (367 ft) 1,053 m (3,455 ft) Arch
Steel tied arch
Twin bridges
6
 
National Route 6
77
 
National Route 77
Han River
1965
1982
Seoul
Mapo - Yeongdeungpo
37°32′39.3″N 126°54′19.1″E / 37.544250°N 126.905306°E / 37.544250; 126.905306 (Bridge)
Seoul [Note 4]
[M 3]
[S 34]
  10 Dangsan Railway Bridge 당산철교 90 m (300 ft) 1,360 m (4,460 ft) Box girder
Steel
  Seoul Subway Line 2
Han River
1999 Seoul
Mapo - Yeongdeungpo
37°32′26.9″N 126°54′28.2″E / 37.540806°N 126.907833°E / 37.540806; 126.907833 (Dangsan Railway Bridge)
Seoul [Note 2]
[S 35]
  11 Seogang Bridge 서강대교 150 m (490 ft) 1,706 m (5,597 ft) Arch
Steel tied-arch
Road bridge
Gukhoe-daero
Han River
1999 Seoul
Mapo - Yeongdeungpo
37°32′29.2″N 126°55′40.8″E / 37.541444°N 126.928000°E / 37.541444; 126.928000 (Seogang Bridge)
Seoul [M 4]
[S 36]
  12 Mapo Bridge 마포대교 35 m (115 ft) 1,390 m (4,560 ft) Box girder
Steel
46
 
National Route 46
Han River
1970
2001
Seoul
Mapo - Yeongdeungpo
37°32′01.2″N 126°56′11.8″E / 37.533667°N 126.936611°E / 37.533667; 126.936611 (Mapo Bridge)
Seoul [M 5]
[S 37]
  13 Wonhyo Bridge 원효대교 100 m (330 ft) (x10) 1,470 m (4,820 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
Road bridge
Yeouidaebang-ro
Han River
1981 Seoul
Yongsan - Yeongdeungpo
37°31′37.4″N 126°56′44.5″E / 37.527056°N 126.945694°E / 37.527056; 126.945694 (Wonhyo Bridge)
Seoul [M 6]
[S 38]
  14 Hangang Railway Bridge 한강철교 1,113 m (3,652 ft) Truss
Steel
4 bridges
Gyeongbu Line
  Seoul Subway Line 1
Han River
1900
1912
1944
1994
Seoul
Yongsan - Dongjak
37°31′09.4″N 126°57′06.3″E / 37.519278°N 126.951750°E / 37.519278; 126.951750 (Hangang Railway Bridge)
Seoul [S 39]
  15 Hangang Bridge 한강대교 63 m (207 ft) 2,005 m (6,578 ft) Arch
Steel tied-arch
Twin bridges
Road bridge
Yangnyeong-ro
Han River
1917 Seoul
Yongsan - Dongjak
37°30′56.5″N 126°57′27.2″E / 37.515694°N 126.957556°E / 37.515694; 126.957556 (Hangang Bridge)
Seoul [M 7]
[S 40]
  16 Dongjak Bridge 동작대교 80 m (260 ft) 2,047 m (6,716 ft) Arch
Steel tied-arch
Rail road bridge
Dongjak-daero
  Seoul Subway Line 4
Han River
1984 Seoul
Yongsan - Dongjak
37°30′37.9″N 126°58′54.8″E / 37.510528°N 126.981889°E / 37.510528; 126.981889 (Dongjak Bridge)
Seoul [M 8]
[S 41]
  17 Jamsu Bridge
Banpo Bridge
잠수교
반포대교
30 m (98 ft) 795 m (2,608 ft)
1,495 m (4,905 ft)
Box girder
Steel
Road bridge
Banpo-daero
Han River
1976
1982
Seoul
Yongsan - Seocho
37°30′56.8″N 126°59′45.6″E / 37.515778°N 126.996000°E / 37.515778; 126.996000 (Jamsu Bridge)
Seoul [M 9]
[S 1]
  18 Hannam Bridge 한남대교 65 m (213 ft) 919 m (3,015 ft) Beam
Steel
Road bridge
Gangnam-daero
Han River
1969 Seoul
Yongsan - Gangnam
37°31′38.6″N 127°00′46.2″E / 37.527389°N 127.012833°E / 37.527389; 127.012833 (Hannam Bridge)
Seoul [M 10]
[S 42]
  19 Dongho Bridge 동호대교 80 m (260 ft) 1,220 m (4,000 ft) Truss
Steel
Rail road bridge
Nonhyeon-ro
  Seoul Subway Line 3
Han River
1985 Seoul
Seongdong - Gangnam
37°32′11.2″N 127°01′15.8″E / 37.536444°N 127.021056°E / 37.536444; 127.021056 (Dongho Bridge)
Seoul [M 11]
[S 43]
  20 Seongsu Bridge 성수대교 120 m (390 ft) 1,160 m (3,810 ft) Truss
Steel
Road bridge
Eonju-ro
Han River
1979 Seoul
Seongdong - Gangnam
37°32′14.3″N 127°02′06.5″E / 37.537306°N 127.035139°E / 37.537306; 127.035139 (Seongsu Bridge)
Seoul [M 12]
[S 44]
  21 Yeongdong Bridge 영동대교 50 m (160 ft) 1,065 m (3,494 ft) Beam
Steel
47
 
National Route 47
23
 
Local Route 23
Han River
1973 Seoul
Gwangjin - Gangnam
37°31′48.3″N 127°03′26.0″E / 37.530083°N 127.057222°E / 37.530083; 127.057222 (Yeongdong Bridge)
Seoul [M 13]
[S 45]
  22 Cheongdam Bridge 청담대교 90 m (300 ft) 1,211 m (3,973 ft) Box girder
Steel
2 levels
61
 
Dongbu Expressway
  Seoul Subway Line 7
Han River
2001 Seoul
Gwangjin - Gangnam
37°31′33.1″N 127°03′51.2″E / 37.525861°N 127.064222°E / 37.525861; 127.064222 (Cheongdam Bridge)
Seoul [M 14]
[S 46]
  23 Jamsil Bridge 잠실대교 50 m (160 ft) 1,280 m (4,200 ft) Beam
Steel
3
 
National Route 3
Han River
1972 Seoul
Gwangjin - Songpa
37°31′27.5″N 127°05′29.9″E / 37.524306°N 127.091639°E / 37.524306; 127.091639 (Jamsil Bridge)
Seoul [M 15]
[S 47]
  24 Jamsil Railway Bridge 잠실철교 50 m (160 ft) 1,270 m (4,170 ft) Box girder
Steel
  Seoul Subway Line 2
Han River
1979 Seoul
Gwangjin - Songpa
37°31′44.1″N 127°05′55.1″E / 37.528917°N 127.098639°E / 37.528917; 127.098639 (Jamsil Railway Bridge)
Seoul [M 16]
  25 Olympic Bridge 올림픽대교 150 m (490 ft) (x2) 1,470 m (4,820 ft) Cable-stayed
Concrete box girder deck, concrete pylon
150+150
Road bridge
Gangdong-daero
Han River
1988 Seoul
Gwangjin - Songpa
37°32′02.2″N 127°06′14.2″E / 37.533944°N 127.103944°E / 37.533944; 127.103944 (Olympic Bridge)
Seoul [M 17]
[S 48]
  26 Cheonho Bridge 천호대교 50 m (160 ft) 1,150 m (3,770 ft) Box girder
Steel
43
 
National Route 43
Han River
1976 Seoul
Gwangjin - Songpa
37°32′34.8″N 127°06′43.0″E / 37.543000°N 127.111944°E / 37.543000; 127.111944 (Bridge)
Seoul [M 18]
[S 49]
27 Gwangjin Bridge 광진교 66 m (217 ft) 1,056 m (3,465 ft) Beam
Steel
Road bridge
Gucheonmyeon-ro
Han River
2003 Seoul
Gwangjin - Gangdong
37°32′41.3″N 127°06′47.6″E / 37.544806°N 127.113222°E / 37.544806; 127.113222 (Gwangjin Bridge)
Seoul [M 19]
  28 Guri–Amsa Bridge 암사대교 180 m (590 ft) 1,133 m (3,717 ft) Arch
Steel tied-arch
Road bridge
Han River
2015 Guri
Seoul
Gangdong
37°34′10.6″N 127°07′53.4″E / 37.569611°N 127.131500°E / 37.569611; 127.131500 (Guri–Amsa Bridge)
Gyeonggi
Seoul
29 Gangdong Bridge 강동대교 125 m (410 ft) 1,126 m (3,694 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
3 bridges
100
 
Seoul Ring Expressway
Han River
1991 Guri
Seoul
Gangdong
37°34′39.5″N 127°09′41.2″E / 37.577639°N 127.161444°E / 37.577639; 127.161444 (Gangdong Bridge)
Gyeonggi
Seoul
[S 50]
[43]
30 Misa Bridge 미사대교 1,530 m (5,020 ft) Box girder
Prestressed concrete
Twin bridges
60
 
Seoul–Yangyang Expressway
Han River
2009 Hanam - Namyangju
37°35′12.3″N 127°11′55.2″E / 37.586750°N 127.198667°E / 37.586750; 127.198667 (Misa Bridge)
Gyeonggi
31 Paldang Bridge 팔당대교 52 m (171 ft) 935 m (3,068 ft) Box girder
Steel
45
 
National Route 45
Han River
1995 Hanam - Namyangju
37°32′45.7″N 127°14′14.7″E / 37.546028°N 127.237417°E / 37.546028; 127.237417 (Paldang Bridge)
Gyeonggi


Notes and ReferencesEdit

  • Notes
  1. ^ The Banpo Grand Bridge is built over the Jamsu bridge (반포 대교, 1976) and has formed a two-level bridge since 1982. The upper level is equipped with 570 m (1,870 ft) fountains on each bank, a total length of 1,140 m (3,740 ft)[5][6].
  2. ^ a b c The length given only takes into account the main bridge, central span(s) and shore span(s), approach viaducts are not counted.
  3. ^ The first Haengju Bridge (main span: composite steel girder) was completed in 1978 and dismantled after the completion of the third bridge. The third bridge is a box girder prestressed concrete bridge between the first and the second bridge completed in 2000[39].
  4. ^ The twin bridges were originally entirely classic girder structures, steel tied-arches were added in 2010 to widening the main channel and to allow 5000t ships to pass[42].
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  1. ^ "보물 제1762호 - 창덕궁 금천교 (昌德宮 錦川橋)".
  2. ^ "보물 제386호 - 창경궁 옥천교 (昌慶宮 玉川橋)".
  3. ^ "보물 제563호 - 여수 흥국사 홍교 (麗水 興國寺 虹橋)".
  4. ^ "보물 제1336호 - 고성 건봉사 능파교 (高城 乾鳳寺 凌波橋)".
  5. ^ "보물 제304호 - 보성 벌교 홍교 (寶城 筏橋 虹橋)".
  6. ^ "보물 제564호 - 창녕 영산 만년교 (昌寧 靈山 萬年橋)".
  7. ^ "경기도 유형문화재 제38호 - 만안교 (萬安橋)".
  8. ^ "보물 제1337호 - 고성 육송정 홍교 (高城 六松亭 虹橋)".
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  1. ^ "가양대교" [Gayang Bridge].
  2. ^ "성산대교" [Seongsan Bridge].
  3. ^ "양화대교" [Yanghwa Bridge].
  4. ^ "서강대교" [Sogang Grand Bridge].
  5. ^ "마포대교" [Mapo Bridge].
  6. ^ "원효대교" [Wonhyo Bridge].
  7. ^ "한강대교" [Hangang Bridge].
  8. ^ "동작대교" [Dongjak Bridge].
  9. ^ "반포대교 (잠수교)" [Banpo Bridge (Jamsu Bridge)].
  10. ^ "한남대교" [Hannam Bridge].
  11. ^ "동호대교" [Dongho Bridge].
  12. ^ "성수대교" [Seongsu Bridge].
  13. ^ "영동대교" [Yeongdong Bridge].
  14. ^ "청담대교" [Cheongdam Bridge].
  15. ^ "잠실대교" [Jamsil Bridge].
  16. ^ "잠실철교" [Jamsil Railway Bridge].
  17. ^ "올림픽 대교" [Olympic Bridge].
  18. ^ "천호대교" [Cheonho Bridge].
  19. ^ "광진교" [Gwangjin Bridge].
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