Located at the entrance of Shanghai Street opposite Busan Railway Station, Shanghai Architecture is a two-story top pavilion with crimson columns and magnificent elevation 11.1 meters apart 16.4 meters. It is said that it was built by Chinese architects as a symbol of friendship between Busan and Shanghai. It is said that it is a red lantern with golden red hung high along the broad stone slab road. The colour sign has a striking Chinese shop name. It feels very kind to cook dumplings in Beijing Roast Duck Hotpot. It can be found in Chinatown because there are a large number of overseas Chinese in Busan.
Because of the Chinese food, I like it very much. However, dumplings are the staple food in major restaurants, mostly Northeast cuisine. Fortunately, the grocery stores of all kinds of Chinese food have spices such as pepper and chili noodles. The best thing is that they have duck neck and duck feet. If only the spicy taste was stronger.
This is near Texas Street. There is not a whole lot to see at Busan China Town. it is a mix of Russian and Chinese shops. Near my hotel.
Shanghai archways and streets are not so much Chinatown as multinational cities. Turkish ice cream, Central Asian roast lamb kebabs, and Russian cuisine. Of course, Chinese cuisine is the most, Chinese and Chinese are the most, followed by Russians, and the evening is very lively.
It's fun to see Shanghai Street. I'm from Shanghai. When you go in, you will find a restaurant with Chinese style and Shanghai cuisine.
How much do Koreans love us in Shanghai? They only go to Shanghai Street when they see it. Sure enough, it has a strong Chinese flavor.
When I came here, I thought I was shuttling to Shanghai, which is a symbol of the friendly relations between China and South Korea.
The feeling of Chinatown, people are not very many, can come here to eat Chinese food.