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The Scenery on the Road, the Scent of the Sea in Busan’s Alleyways

Number of clicks1523   Number of reviews0   좋아요0
Busan! It is truly a city of a thousand sights. One finds oneself trying to fit more and more places to visit on one’s itinerary. Right when you exit Busan Station, cross the road to find “Jangseonghyang,” a Korean-Chinese restaurant featured in “Oldboy,” or “Hwaguk Banjeom,” featured in “Nameless Gangster: Rules of Time and New World.” Once you are full, head to Sanbok Road, a road that exemplifies the history of Busan, to start your journey in Busan. Take care, however, as your plans may unravel in the view of the city and the charming alleyways that bear the scent of the sea.
Busan > Jung-gu

Travel Alone in Deep Thought

Number of clicks1434   Number of reviews3   좋아요1
A road where one walks alone is beautiful. Each step that one takes is imbued with the power of the earth, each thing passing by a stoic moment of farewell. The scent of grass fills the road with the expectation of life to come. When one steps freely without being beholden to anything, it is perfectly okay to hesitate, for no matter where one goes, one’s steps will bring one to sceneries untold. There lies history unknown, and thoughts untapped. That’s why it is so beautiful to walk alone. Here are some of the roads in Busan where one can walk alone.
Busan > Dongnae-gu

Refresh! Autumn healing trail in the city

Number of clicks1409   Number of reviews1   좋아요0
You will know the coming of the fall season when the wind is cool, the sky is high and maple leaves begin to transform into beautiful colors for you to enjoy pleasant strolls. On a day like this, you cannot help but want to break away from the hectic everyday life. Escape the noise and crowds and take a stroll on a healing trail in the city center where you can feel the colors of the fall in a quiet, relaxing manner.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Experience the primordial mysteries of Taejongdae Park’s forest

Number of clicks1308   Number of reviews1   좋아요1
Taejongdae Park is one of the most famous tourist sites in Busan. Because of how old and famous the park is, it tends to fly under the radar for many tourists who are familiar with Busan. However, the park actually holds a secret that even the most knowledgeable Busan native may not know. It is a place where one can encounter a primordial slice of nature, unsullied with human touch: The Taejongdae Secret Forest. Let’s journey into the heart of this mysterious forest!
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Enjoying the fall without pollution in Busan

Number of clicks1184   Number of reviews0   좋아요1
From the blue skies to the sculpted clouds, fresh wind, and the deepening fall colors... Fall is truly in full swing, when nature’s beauty is at its brightest. Just like the popular saying, one often gets the “fall blues.” One wonders, is there a way to break out of the blues and enjoy the things we have? It is now time to leave to a place where one can ride through an unforgettable memory.
Busan > Nam-gu

Let’s go see the western sky of Busan

Number of clicks946   Number of reviews0   좋아요0
There is something that gives us comfort everyday with an appearance that seems both the same and different at the same time. This something is the “sky”! Whenever our hearts are stifled, a simple look towards the open, shining sky provides us with more heartwarming consolation than any words. But the sky is never the same. The beauty and the color of the sky changes depending on the harmonization of the landscape. The scenery of the western sky of Busan that features Songdo, Yeongdo and Busanhang Port displays an exotic but fantastic view including the gorgeous indigo-colored sea and the glamorous downtown. On an autumn day with “a high sky and plump horses”, let’s pay a visit to the observatories where we can fully appreciate the western sky of Busan.
Busan > Seo-gu

Forest Drive and Phytoncide Shower

Number of clicks860   Number of reviews0   좋아요0
Untact tourism in nature is more popular than ever amid the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic. The good news is, there’s a perfect place to enjoy a drive with your lover, your family, or even by yourself: the forest road that connects Sanseong Village, which is located beyond the East Gate from the entrance to the Geumjeongsanseong Fortress at Sanseong-ro, and the Hwamyeong Arboretum via the Geumjeongsanseong Multipurpose Plaza. A drive along this forest trail is like taking a shower in the refreshing phytoncide of the forest, which washes away all the fatigue and weariness you may have from your daily life. Let’s take a look at how to enjoy a healing forest drive in this picturesque scenery of verdant pine trees, framed by the open skies of fall.
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

Dalmajigil Road, the reason one loves Haeundae in the fall

Number of clicks785   Number of reviews1   좋아요3
It's now time to tell you the fifth story. Today, meet Dalmajigil Road, which one should definitely not miss when visiting Haeundae. Dalmajigil, a hilly road from Mipo at the end of Haeundae to Songjeong Beach, is a place for healing in nature away from the hustle and bustle of the city by absorbing oneself in meditation and relaxation. One can see the clear blue sky and the azure sea in the fall season. The best of what fall has to offer still remains with the beautiful and vivid fall colors from the leaves. The reason why one loves Haeundae in the fall! It is now time to leave to Dalmajigil Road!
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Riverside trails perfect for walking

Number of clicks475   Number of reviews0   좋아요0
Before you realize, green leaves turn yellow and red, and fall has reached its peak. And, once the leaves in the colors of autumn begin to fall one by one, the fleeting season will come to an abrupt end. Every moment is too precious to be sitting at home and merely looking out the window. So how about going on a light walking trip? You don’t have to travel far; anywhere that has a cool river breeze and the rich vibe of the autumn season is a wonderful place to walk. Now, let’s go to the riverside trails of Busan, a great city for walks.
Busan > Yeonje-gu

Thematic travel on Busan’s Sanbok Road with “Cafe Midnight Tour”

Number of clicks421   Number of reviews0   좋아요2
Busan is a beloved location for movies and K-dramas. One such web drama, Cafe Midnight, is set in the Sanbok Road region of Busan. Its popularity has led to the drama being extended to three seasons, and a film being prepared for release. Busan Tourism Organization and the producers of Cafe Midnight have prepared a special tour for the fans of the drama, the “Cafe Midnight Tour,” where the characters in the drama serve as tour guides and introduce the hidden sights and history of Busan.
Busan > Jung-gu

Busan, Movie and the City- Move, Mile in Movie

Number of clicks232   Number of reviews0   좋아요0
From the Hollywood blockbuster “Black Panther” loved by movie fans all around the world and the Korean film “Old Boy” that attracted over 10 million people, to the drama, “The King: Eternal Monarch,” the travel show, “Salty Tour” and, even, the Netflix original, “My Name” that has recently gained much popularity, Busan has been the background for countless movies and dramas. A trip to exotic scenes that have appeared in films is an opportunity to encounter the true charm of the city. We have prepared five different themed travel courses that are more cinematic than an actual movie. Be the main character of a film and explore Busan. Watch the video https://youtu.be/R-U6-EIvKbs
Busan > Saha-gu

Busan, Movie and the City- Exciting Hidden Spot

Number of clicks162   Number of reviews1   좋아요2
From the Hollywood blockbuster “Black Panther” loved by movie fans all around the world and the Korean film “Old Boy” that attracted over 10 million people, to the drama, “The King: Eternal Monarch,” the travel show, “Salty Tour” and, even, the Netflix original, “My Name” that has recently gained much popularity, Busan has been the background for countless movies and dramas. A trip to exotic scenes that have appeared in films is an opportunity to encounter the true charm of the city. We have prepared five different themed travel courses that are more cinematic than an actual movie. Be the main character of a film and explore Busan. Watch the video https://youtu.be/N0p_CDLX8Iw
Busan > Gijang-gun

Busan, Movie and the City- Impossible? I'm possible

Number of clicks76   Number of reviews2   좋아요2
From the Hollywood blockbuster “Black Panther” loved by movie fans all around the world and the Korean film “Old Boy” that attracted over 10 million people, to the drama, “The King: Eternal Monarch,” the travel show, “Salty Tour” and, even, the Netflix original, “My Name” that has recently gained much popularity, Busan has been the background for countless movies and dramas. A trip to exotic scenes that have appeared in films is an opportunity to encounter the true charm of the city. We have prepared five different themed travel courses that are more cinematic than an actual movie. Be the main character of a film and explore Busan.
Busan > Saha-gu

Busan, Movie and the City- Our History

Number of clicks65   Number of reviews0   좋아요1
From the Hollywood blockbuster “Black Panther” loved by movie fans all around the world and the Korean film “Old Boy” that attracted over 10 million people, to the drama, “The King: Eternal Monarch,” the travel show, “Salty Tour” and, even, the Netflix original, “My Name” that has recently gained much popularity, Busan has been the background for countless movies and dramas. A trip to exotic scenes that have appeared in films is an opportunity to encounter the true charm of the city. We have prepared five different themed travel courses that are more cinematic than an actual movie. Be the main character of a film and explore Busan.
Busan > Saha-gu

Seoul Walker’s autumn Busan trip to Songdo Beach and the surrounding area

Number of clicks63   Number of reviews1   좋아요1
As bleak wind wraps the sea, the autumn waters rock back and forth as romantic waves. Haeundae, Gwangalli and Gijang are considered the most famous vacation spots of Busan but “Songdo,” located at the southern tip of the city, is rising as a romantic travel site for the fall season. From Amnam Park with its gorgeous and blue seascape to Busan Air Cruise crossing over the waters and Songdo Beach known as Napoli of the East! Let’s go on a one-day trip to Songdo. Watch the video of Songdo, a safe travel destination in Busan, traveled by Seoul Walker https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yDiq3JzI1hg
Busan > Seo-gu

Art villages of Busan, art museums without a roof

Number of clicks63   Number of reviews0   좋아요0
There are hidden travel spots throughout Busan where you can encounter the culture and history of villages with beautiful scenery in the backdrop, especially the arts and culture villages that tell of colorful and artistic stories on each alley and street. The fall season where the cool wind blows is perfect for you to go on an arts and culture street tour. From “Kangkangee Culture Village” with an affectionate name to Hocheon Culture Village and Lee Jung-seob Street, let’s visit these open, roofless art museums we have found in Busan.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

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