A futuristic megastructure will act as a sustainable mini city.

Planning Korea, a Seoul-based architectural firm, has big plans for the city and is conceptualizing a futuristic megastructure that will not only be a multi-floor bridge but will also serve as a mini city, complete with a park, malls, a museum and a meeting space. That's not all; the Paik Nam June Media Bridge will also generate its own energy with the help of solar panels covering it. Each floor of this bridge will feature horizontal and vertical gardens, while the bridge's surface itself will be used as a canvas to display video installations. This ambitious structure is proposed to connect the Dangi-li Power Plant site in the north to the National Assembly Building in the south, and will measure around 1080 meters.

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