Lee Soo (Ong Seong-wu of Wanna One) comes to the feet at this bridge at night in episode 8 of More Than Friends/Number Of Cases (Kyeongueui Su/경우의 수) (JTBC, 2020) [SPOILER] burning the photos he took of Kyung Woo-yeon (Shin Ye-eun) — except one that he keeps in his wallet.
It is at the northern foot of this bridge that Choi Kwan-woo (Kim Jae-won) meets his school’s main bully and gangleader –who is the ‘boss’ at their school– to fight things out in episode 4 of Romance (Romangseu/로망스) (MBC, 2002). Kwan-woo tries to talk himself out of the situation but all of a sudden he is confronted to fight his brother Choi Jang-bi (Moon Ji-yoon). His brother joined the school bully’s gang without Kwan-woo’s knowledge and was given the task to beat his brother up as part of his gang initiation — which he does, and severely so.
Banghwadaegyo or Banghwa Bridge [방화대교/傍花大橋], completed on November 21 2000, is the 27th bridge and longest bridge built across the Han River, spanning a length of 2,559 meters. The bridge was built as part of the Incheon International Airport Expressway (Expressway No. 130) and connects Seoul’s neighborhood of Banghwa [Banghwa-dong/방화동] in the Gangseo District [Gangseo-gu/강서구] with Goyang’s neighborhood Gangmae [Gangmae-dong/강매동] in the Deokyang District [Deokyang-gu/덕양구]. Banghwa Bridge [방화대교] also sits at the northern end of Haengju Fortress Park [행주산성공원] and can be best viewed from there.
Bridge: 37.588252, 126.826629
Romance scene: 37.592962, 126.832079
— submitted by Marion KDL