Yedangho Suspension Bridge, spanning 402m in length, is the longest suspension bridge in Korea, and it is also considered a symbol of Yedangho Lake, the largest reservoir in the country measuring 40km in circumference and 2km in width, As you walk along the bridge, you will feel as though you are walking in the air right above the water, and the sight of the water below the tower platform will give you an instant adrenaline rush.
Assigned the highest seismic design grade, Yedangho Suspension Bridge is a strong and safe bridge that can accommodate up to 3,150 adults simultaneously, and being 5m in wide (walkway width: 1.8m), it is big enough for a small family to walk together, side by side.
The bridge offers quite a spectacle when it gets dark, as it shines brilliantly in various colors with LED lights changing color in a gradation pattern.
Neurinhosu-gil (lit. Slow Lake Trail, 5km), a deck trail leading from the suspension bridge to the ecological park, presents the beauty of slowness. It takes around 20,000 steps to travel to the halfway point and back, and the hike will help you feel energized and rejuvenated.