The Banpo Bridge is a major bridge in downtown Seoul over the Han River. Banpo Bridge was built in 1982 and is on top of the Jamsu bridge which was built in 1976, forming a "double deck" bridge. The lower deck incorporates pedestrian and bicycle paths that provide easy access to the Banpo Hangang Park from the north side of the river. When the water level rises too high, the Jamsu Bridge becomes covered with water and gets closed off.
In 2009 a fountain composed of a series of 10,000 LED nozzles was added on each side of the upper bridge. The streams of water wave up and down and are lit with colored lights. This photo was taken from the lower bridge. You can just make out some of the pipe for the fountain along the edges of the upper deck above us. See a short video clip here.
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