|Locale||Seoul, South Korea|
|Official name||Hannam Grand Bridge|
|Preceded by||Dongho Bridge|
|Followed by||Banpo Bridge|
|Total length||919 m (3,015 ft)|
|Width||52 m (171 ft)|
|Constructed by||Hyundai Engineering & Construction|
|Construction start||January 19, 1966|
|Construction end||December 25, 1969|
|Daily traffic||216,980 (2007)|
|Revised Romanization||Hannam daegyo|
The Hannam Bridge is a girder bridge over the Han River, South Korea. It connects Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu and Hannam-dong, Yongsan-gu. The bridge is heavily congested with traffic, with both gu being busy business districts. It was called the Hangang Bridge No. 3 (Jesamhanganggyo; hangul: 제3한강교) until 1985, when its name was changed to the current name. A trot song "Jesamhanggyo" was popularized by Hye Eun-Yi in 1979.
It is a part of the Asian Highway Network .
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