This street is a very famous commercial street, where you can shop and buy a lot of snacks.
This is a symbol of the friendship between Busan and Shanghai. It is just opposite Busan Station. The architectural style is full of Jiangnan characteristics. There are a lot of tourists. There are shops on both sides, there are food, clothing, handicrafts, etc., and there are many surrounding attractions. The biggest beach, Yongdusan Park, feel the plot in the Korean drama, see the beautiful Haeundae, and see the night view of Busan there. The memory is very amazing.
Busan China Street is also a very good place. Shanghai Street is where you can see many Chinese communities and restaurants, as well as some Chinese organizations. I can speak Chinese in this place, and communication is more convenient.
I went here by accident. After eating Korean food for a few days, I decided to try the Shanghai cuisine in Toyama. The dishes are quite exquisite, and the taste of the food is still very good. recommend.
Shanghai Archway and Shanghai Street are important areas for Chinese living and doing business. The building area of Shanghai Archway is quite large. There are many shops and restaurants opened by Chinese people. Chinese is the mainstream language here.
Busan's Chinatown only consists of a long street in front of Busan Station (where you can take the KTX).This place is very... special I would say. The reason being that this Chinatown is actually a RussiaChinaTown. Indeed, there is a HUGE Russian/Uzbek community in Busan. This surprised me a lot when I first arrived here but yes.There are Russian people everywhere, Russian schools, and those folks (who are really nice) can speak perfect Korean ! It's awesome.
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.
It is full of Jiangnan style, there are many tourists, there are many Chinese restaurants, you can stroll around