Would you have the courage to drive on a bridge that looks like a giant fountain?
Now, you can do that in Seoul!
Banpo Bridge in South Korea became a worldwide tourist attraction after it received a facelift that makes the famous waterfall in New York seem insignificant.
On both sides of the bridge built over the Han River were created holes that are leaking every minute each 190 tons of water.
Above them were installed about 10,000 different colored LEDs, so tourists have the impression that they crosses a wave of color.
The Bridge-fountain, built in1982, entered the Guinness Book of Records as the single longest bridge with a fountain and with the most LEDs in the world.
Banpo is measuring 1140 m long and has become the main tourist attraction in Seoul, which will certainly contribute to its recognition as eco-friendly city.