Reasons to Recommend: Gamcheon Culture Village has preserved the historical traces of modern Busan. In order to maintain this feature, artists and local residents have joined hands to create village art. Walking through Gamcheon Culture Village, you can see the colorful murals. From the observatory, you can see the sea not far from there. In art stores. You can also enjoy and purchase some delicate small gifts.
Reasons to Recommend: Located at the south end of Busan, Haeundae Beach is one of the most famous and popular strips of coastline in Korea. All 12 kilometers of Haeundae Beach are thronged with sunbathing bodies and colorful umbrellas all summer long. These pleasure-seekers are after the beautiful sun, sea and sand, as well as the diverse summer events, including the week-long Busan Sea Festival that takes place each August. Fishing enthusiasts also enjoy the beach, particularly around Dongbaek Island at Haeundae's southern end. Easily accessible from downtown Busan, the beach also hosts a number of wintertime activities. On January 1, people gather there to watch the first sunrise of the new year, and the Polar Bear Club meets there around the same time to take a dip in the frigid waters.
Reasons to Recommend: The Busan Aquarium is a large aquarium in South Korea. It has fish, birds, reptiles, and amphibians. There are about tens of thousands of animals. The Busan Aquarium is famous for its underground tunnel. Entering the tunnel is like being on the bottom of the sea. The fish swim across the top from both sides. It feels magical and interesting. The undersea tunnel is also popular among tourists.
Reasons to Recommend: Haidong Longgong Temple is seen on the east coast of Busan and is a temple on the seaside in South Korea. The temple is surrounded by the mountains and seas. There is a landscape of sea water as well as multiple sculptures put together by Guanyin, such as four lions and three stone pagodas. The special scenery of the Dragon Palace is the 108th order and Sunrise Rock. From the entrance of the Dragon Palace, it is necessary to walk 108 steps to the temple, and Sunrise Rock is located in the center of 108 steps. During the lunar calendar in April, the entrance to the Dragon Palace is full of cherry blossoms and the scenery is very beautiful.
Reasons to Recommend: There are many lush vegetation in Longtoushan Park. The whole hillside is a park, and the Busan Tower stands on the top of the mountain. Take the escalator from Guangfu Road to the Longtoushan Park. There is a beautiful "flower clock" on the top of the mountain, and flowers bloom all year round. Mounted on the observation deck of the high place, overlooking the city of Busan, such as the roof of the city, the steel barrel market and the Shadow Island Bridge.
Reasons to Recommend: Taejongdae is a park at the southern end of Busan Shadow Island. It is surrounded by the sea on three sides. The dense pine forest and the cliffs on the sea reflect each other and outline the unique beauty. Legend has it that the Silla King of the Silla Kingdom was impressed by the beauty of the place, and often came here to visit. Taejongdae’s viewing platform was built on a cliff and was once called “suicide rock”. Standing on the observation deck, you can look at the scenery of Oryukdo and Tsushima Island of Japan.
Reasons to Recommend: Nampo-dong is located at the foot of the leading mountain overlooking Busan. It is a bustling area of Busan with its cosmetics stores, restaurants, cafes and cinemas. 6.25 After the war, many asylum seekers settled in Busan, Busan was designated as the temporary capital, and Nampo-dong became the center of Busan at that time. Since then, it has been integrated with culture, creating a cultural diversity. Nowadays, Nampo-dong is full of high-end facilities, and the land and the sea form an excellent regional combination.
Reasons to Recommend: Gwangalli doesn't get the press of Haeundae across town, but really shines at night when the lights come on. It's popular as a nightlife and dining hotspot, with tons of bars and restos to choose from..
Reasons to Recommend: The Gwangan Bridge is a suspension bridge located in Busan Metropolitan City, South Korea, connecting Centum City in Haeundae District of Busan and Namcheon-dong in Suyeong-gu District. The Gwangan Bridge is not only a tourist attraction in Busan, but also one of the landmarks of Busan City . From the top of bridege, the boundless sea, the Oryukdo Island, Hwangnyong-san, Gwangalli White Beach, Dongbaekseom Island and the Haeundae Dalmaji-gil Road are all in sight.
Reasons to Recommend: Every year, the eve of the Busan International Film Festival will be held. The commemorative handprints of the actor stars and the snowflake lighting will be held on the open floor of the BIFF Plaza. Recently, it is not only a place to watch movies, but also a comprehensive cultural space for shopping and entertainment. The gathering of the younger generation has brought more vitality to it.
Reasons to Recommend: Dongbaekseom Island, so-named for the dongbaek trees growing there, is actually no longer an island. While today it is connected to the mainland, it remains popular with locals and tourists for Dongbaek Park and 2.5 m tall statue of a mermaid near the beach. Climbing up the hill, visitors will find a monument to the scholar and writer Choe Chi-Won. The vantage point also offers a beautiful view of Gwangangdaegyo Bridge and Haeundae Beach.