“Running along the length of the bridge are 380 nozzles that send 54 tonnes (60 tons) of water cascading 43 m (140 ft) horizontally and 20 m (65 ft) down into the river every minute. In the evening, LED lights illuminate the water spray, which “dances” in time to 100 different pieces of music,” says the Guinness Book of World Records
The “fountain” part of the bridge was only added in 2009 to the two-tiered or double-deck bridge over the Hangang River in Seoul called the Banpo Bridge built in the 1980s. It was the first ever double-deck bridge ever to be built in South Korea, and stands on top of the Jamsugyo bridge, which is designed to submerge during the rainy season, but which accommodates two lanes for cars, a pedestrian walkway and a bicycle lane.
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