While crossing this bridge (rather shakily) in episode 10/11 of Inspector Koo/Koo Kyung-yi (Gu Gyeong-i/구경이) (JTBC/Netflix, 2021), Heo Seong-tae (Choi Dae-chul) trips and falls face first onto the bridge. He hears a voice and when he looks up, he sees K/Song Yi-kyung (Kim Hye-jun).
Moon Kang-tae (Kim Soo-hyun) takes Ko Moon-young (Seo Yea-ji) to this suspension bridge in episode 9 of It’s Okay to Not Be Okay (사이코지만 괜찮아) (tvN, 2020) and Moon-young is scared to cross the bridge — as seen in the preview of episode 8.
Variety Show Filmed Here
— Infinite Challenge (무한도전) with guest Kim Seung-ryeol, Episode 555, January 27 2018
Opened on January 11 2018, Sogeumsan Suspension Bridge [소금산출렁다리] —sometimes also known as ‘Ganhyeon Rocking Bridge’ or ‘Wonju Rocking Bridge’— is “the longest and largest pedestrian bridge” in South Korea with a length of 200 meters, and 100 meters above ground. For visitors who prefer to rest on stable ground, the Salt Mountain Sky Walk [소금산스카이워크] just next to the southern entry point of this bridge also offers a splendid view over the surrounding landscape.
This bridge is located in the village of Ganhyeon [Ganhyeon-ri/간현리] in Wonju’s Jijeong Township [Jijeong-myeon/지정면].
In 2021, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism — announced through the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) — selected this bridge as one of the ‘100 Must-Visit Spots in Korea’ for 2021-2022.
12 Sogeumsan-gil, Jijeong-myeon, Wonju-si, Gangwon-do, South Korea
강원도 원주시 지정면 소금산길 12
(지정면 간현리 산 116-1)
Geolocation: 37.368213, 127.824977
Wonju Station [원주역]
(Best to take a bus or taxi — about 30 min. from here)
— submitted by deanekitty29, with details by Marion KDL and additions by INESA10SJ
— Inspector Koo added by Mich KDL
— Photos taken by © Thom Musni, February 2018