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A beckoning bridge

Less than a kilometre from Cheonjiyeon Falls was South Korea’s longest pedestrian bridge from Seogwipo Wharf to Saescom Island that I couldn’t resist. Opened in 2009, this unique bridge’s architecture was inspired by traditional Jeju longboats. Continue reading A beckoning bridge

Bridges

What is it about bridges? When I see them, there’s an urge to step across. I know I’m not the only one with this crazy notion because while hiking around Lynn Canyon Park, I met someone who had to back track just to have another chance to walk over the suspension bridge. Continue reading Bridges