SINAN, Sept. 11 (Korea Bizwire) — Tourists making their way to the Cheonsa Bridge, South Korea’s fourth longest sea-crossing bridge, will soon have another attraction to visit.
Sinan County in South Jeolla Province said it will open a pedestrian bridge on September 19 off the coast of Jaeun Island, located at the end of the Cheonsa Bridge.
The 1,004-meter-long pedestrian bridge connects the beach and three small islands nearby.
Expectations are high, as the bridge will be part of a trail that will offer picturesque views of the mud flats off Korea’s southwest coast, one of the world’s top five mud flats.
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