Aqua Art Bridge [아쿠아아트 육교]

I'm Sorry, I Love You (2004)

Cha Moo-Hyuk (So Ji-Sub) calls Song Eun-Chae (Lim Soo-Jung) from this overpass in episode 14 of I’m Sorry, I Love You (미안하다 사랑한다) (KBS2, 2004) telling her that he is well and healthy. Missing her, he suddenly runs to find her.

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Aqua Art Bridge [아쿠아아트 육교], completed in 2004, is a pedestrian overpass crosses the Nambu Expressway [남부순환로] and leads up to Seoul Arts Center [예술의전당]. It is located in Seoul’s neighborhood Seocho [Seocho-dong/서초동] in the Seocho District [Seocho-gu/서초구].

This bridge is one of the 380 traditional and modern-contemporary buildings in Seoul that were selected for the The Seoul Architectural Guide (2013, page 117).

1748-46 Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu, Seoul
서울특별시 서초구 서초동 1748-46
Geolocation: 37.481784, 127.016645

Getting here
Nambu Bus Terminal Station [남부터미널역], Seoul Subway Line 3, Exit 4-2
(4 min. walk)

— submitted by Marion KDL
— Photos taken by © Thom Musni, September 2018

2 reviews

  1. This is also called the Aqua Art Bridge ( 아쿠아아트 육교)

    1. Ahhh! I was desperately looking for the ‘real’ name of this bridge; I knew there must be one. Many thanks, Thom! I’v already changed the title of the listing.

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