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This is well worth the time to check out. We thoroughly enjoyed it but it is also worth saying that it can also be a difficult experience if you spend any time considering what the North Korean people on the other side of the river...More
bombed by the Americans in the Korean war to stop supplies/troops etc crossing over into North Korea the bridge goes about halfway across the river and is just as it was back in 1953, most interesting to walk out on it and look at North...More
Suggest you hire a local guide ask to tell you history from Chinese/Korean perspective (not Western).
There are 5 bridges along the river connecting the China & North Korea and each has its story and only one can be crossed. 2 bombed by US and...More
Fascinating remnant of the "Forgotten War". The area is beautiful, and ferries pass through carrying spectators along the Yalu river. It's weird standing between the broken bridge and the friendship in vibrant, exciting Dandong, peering into hermit kingdom North Korea... Also a great place to...More
We stayed at Hilton garden Inn and could see this iconic Bridge from our room. After dinner, we took a short walk there to see the lighted bridge. However it is closed at night. There are many vendors selling North Korea currency, hand-made beaded bags...More
We were there during Dragon Boat holiday weekend, and thoroughly enjoyed walking the bridge and promenade along the river. You will find plenty of people out and about day or night, but not feel overly-crowded. Very few foreigners, most people seem to be local or...More
The Broken Bridge, destroyed during the Korean War takes visitors about a third of the way across the river for a closer look at Sinuiju. Although paling in comparison to all the development in Dandong, there was a little more than just a few smokestacks...More