|Incheon Bridge (인천대교)|
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|Completed in October 2009, the Incheon Bridge is a six-lane bridge linking Yeongjongdo (where Incheon International Airport is located) and Songdo International City. Stretching over 21.38km, it is the largest and longest bridge in Korea.
The degree of technological difficulty in building a bridge is often judged by the distance between its towers. The Incheon Bridge boasts an impressive 800m between towers, the longest distance between towers after Sutong Bridge in China (1,088m), Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong (1,018m), Tatara Bridge in Japan (890m), and Pont de Normandie in France (856m).
The height of the main tower of Incheon Bridge is 238.5m, which is as tall as the 63 Building in Seoul. The British weekly magazine, ‘Construction News,’ published a special report in December 2005, praising the bridge as one of the ‘Top Ten Architectural Wonders of the World.’
|• Basic toll fee of the road : 5,500 won (compact and standard cars)
- Incheon Bridge (Private Section): 5,200 won (VAT included)
- Connecting Road (National Section): 300 won (VAT exempted)
• For more information, please visit the official website.
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Unseo Station (Seoul Subway, Airport Railroad Line), Exit 1.
- From the bus stop to the right of the exit, take Bus No. 223 and get off at Geumhongyeonjeom Bus Stop (4 bus stops).
- Turn right at the traffic light and continue straight (approx. 10 min)