The key words for Gwangalli are youth, passion and luxury. Even the silence of the dawn shines at the sound of the waves lapping the sands and even the quiet seashore of the late afternoon awakens you to the value of life. Gwangalli surprises you because things transcend reality here. In Gwangalli, you are pleasantly surprised by small acts of compassion because you did not expect them. These are the attractions of Gwangalli and the reasons why you have to visit Gwangalli.
Millak Waterfront Park
As the first waterfront park in Korea that combines the sea and resting areas, the park is situated right between Haeundae and Gwangalli. Its include flowerbeds, shade, benches and other facilities.
One of the unique features of the park is its stand, which allows visitors to put their feet into the sea while enjoying various cultural performances.
The Gwangan Grand Bridge is the largest marine complex floor bridge with a total length of 7.42km ranging and crossing the sea from 49 Plaza of Namcheon-dong, Suyeong-gu to Centum City of Haundae-gu. With the state-of-the-art lighting system installed, it provides artistic and formative beauty with over 100,000 colors of spectacular lighting which serves as an additional sight to see on the Gwangan Grand Bridge when it is well harmonized with the surrounding scene.
Namcheon Cherry Blossom Street
Originally, these 1,000 cherry trees were planted in 1979 for residents living in apartment houses.
30 years later, the trees are among high-raise apartment buildings providing a scenic view of the open sea. At the beginning of April, when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, various festivals take place, including cultural events, sports contests and additional activities.