Bridge Han River – Seoul
World record as the world's longest bridge fountain, with a total length of 1140 m
Particularly environmentally friendly system due to the consistent use of river water
380 proportional swivel valves with LED lighting for arcs of water in rainbow colours
Building symbolic bridges
The Banpo Bridge in Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is one of the most important routes across the Han River. Initially, it only served as a purely functional structure for crossing the river. However, this was to change when a two-part park and leisure complex was planned on opposite sides of the river in the course of the "revitalisation of the Han River". The concept was that the bridge would connect the two parks not only physically but equally aesthetically and emotionally, making it an attractive highlight for the entire region.
World-renowned tourist attractions
The greatest official honour for the Banpo Bridge Fountain is, of course, the world record for the world's longest bridge fountain. However, the newly acquired emotional value of the bridge is incomparably greater: Day after day, it inspires tourists from all over the world, sometimes astonishing them, sometimes putting them in a calmer, romantic mood.
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Project fact sheet
|Project name||Banpo Bridge|
|Year of completion||2009|
|Type of water||Fresh water|
|Benefits||Entertainment / show|
|Fountain type||Show fountain|
|Length of installation||1140 m|
|Fountain effects||Individual jets, Moving effects|
|Record||World record as the world's longest bridge fountain|
Show and choreography,
|In collaboration with||HSM Korea|
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