WORLD’S LONGEST BRIDGE FOUNTAIN: BANPO BRIDGE

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Banpo Bridge Water Fountain is located in Seoul South Korea. Banpo (Bridge) is a two-tiered bridge over the Hangang River that features the Moonlight Rainbow Fountain, The Banpo bridge is listed  the world’s longest bridge fountain recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records in 2008

Banpo bridge contains  380 water jets with a beautiful  array of multi-colored lights

The Moonlight Rainbow Fountain’s water jets are dynamic and can move in time to music creating spectacular ever-changing displays. Add to that the hundreds of rainbow-colored lighting combinations when night falls, and it is easy to see why Banpodaegyo is a magnet for tourists year-round.

The Moonlight Rainbow Fountain operates from April to October every year, however the schedule of the fountain shows varies from month to month. In addition, Banpo Hangang Park hosts the “Moonlight Square Cultural Weekend” event every Saturday from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. from May to October, featuring a variety of musical styles including classical music with commentary, acappella, popera, jazz, brass bands and orchestras.

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Banpo Bridge Fountain times:

Monday ~ Thursday: 12:30, 15:00, 20:00, 20:40, 21:20
Friday ~ Sunday: 12:30, 15:00, 17:00, 20:00, 20:40, 21:20, 22:00
The show lasts for 20 minutes.

Direction to reach to Banpo Bridge

You can reach Banpo bridge by  following  2 ways .

1) Dongjak Station (Seoul subway Line 4, exit 1 or 2). Walk around 20~30 minutes.

2) Express Bus Terminal Station (Seoul subway Line 3, 7, 9, exit 8.1). Go straight for 250 meter, turn right at Express Bus Terminal 4-way intersection. Continue going straight for 400 meter and cross the street at the cross park. You will see an underground passage. Walk into the underground passage and take the first exit. (Time: Around 20 minutes~30 minutes)

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