A bridge in the Silla period that connects Gyeongju Wolseong Fortress, the royal palace of Silla, and Gyeongju Namsan Mountain, a World Heritage Site
Hello. Woljeonggyo Bridge, built during the Unified Silla Period in Gyo-dong, Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do, was the largest wooden bridge in Korea with a length of 66.15 meters, a width of 13 meters, and a height of 2018. According to the Samguk Sagi, it was built in the 19th year (760) of the 35th King Gyeongdeok of the Unified Silla Period, and it is a bridge that connects Gyeongju Wolseong, the Silla royal palace, and Gyeongju Namsan, a world heritage site.
Woljeonggyo Bridge is located in Gyeongju Gyochon, one of the tourist attractions in Gyeongju, and the Yoseokgung Palace in Gyeongju Gyochon is also handed down to the legend of Master Wonhyo (617-686) of the Silla Dynasty and Princess Yoseok, the daughter of the 29th King Muyeol of Silla.
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