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Walk along the sea and mountain of Busan

Walk along the sea and mountain of Busan

Number of clicks11831   Number of reviews3   좋아요7
Walk along the Haeundae Beach deep in thought while looking out at the open sea to reach the cozy Dongbaekseom Island located at the end. Formerly an island, the coastal trail is now connected to the land through years of sedimentation. The people of Busan, however, still refer to the place as Dongbaekseom Island.
Busan > Haeundae-gu
UN Memorial Cemetery in Korea, the land remembered by people all around the world

UN Memorial Cemetery in Korea, the land remembered by people all around the world

Number of clicks11826   Number of reviews0   좋아요4
Flowers are offered to this place in June, the Memorial Month. The floral tribute is intended to remember the fallen soldiers and war veterans during the Korean War and express a desire for a peaceful world without war.
Busan > Nam-gu
Kangkangee Arts Village where history lives on

Kangkangee Arts Village where history lives on

Number of clicks11803   Number of reviews0   좋아요1
Ships are packed in the lighters wharf across the Jagalchi Market beyond the Yeongdo Bridge. This is where the legendary mecca of fixing ships, the Kangkangee Arts Village, is located. The word “kangkangee” comes from the sound of a hammer hitting the surface of the ship to strip away old and rusty paint or shells at the shipyard. From the days when the ceaseless sound of fixing ships was heard, Daepyeong-dong was called Kangkangee Arts Village. If you think that the workers making the sounds of fixing ships are men, you are mistaken. The workers who relied on a single rope to fix ships for a long time are the married women of Daepyeong-dong. They are women of steel who endured the hard work at the shipyard while suffering from the noise and ringing in the ears to provide a better future for their children.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu
History of Busan and the history of Korea

History of Busan and the history of Korea

Number of clicks11779   Number of reviews1   좋아요4
The museum named after Busan. The Busan Museum represents Busan and embodies the history of the Republic of Korea. Since its opening in November 1978, the Busan Museum has served not only as a place for Busan citizens to rest but also as a large-scale exhibition hall that covers the entire history of Busan from the Paleolithic Age to the modern times through the Goryeo Dynasty and the Joseon Dynasty.
Busan > Nam-gu
Encountering Busan, the wartime capital filled with joys and sorrows of refugees

Encountering Busan, the wartime capital filled with joys and sorrows of refugees

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On June 25, 1950, the Korean War began with a surprise attack on neighboring South Korea at dawn. Unprepared to fight, South Korea lost its capital, Seoul, in three days after the war broke out. The South Korean government had no option but to retreat and declared Busan as the wartime capital on August 18, 1950. Although it has been almost 70 years since then, Busan still has traces of the war. Let us follow these historical traces filled with joys and sorrows. Wartime Capital Trail Tombstone Cultural Village - Cloud Observatory – Choi Min-Shik Gallery – Train House Artistic Cultural Experience Ground - Provisional Capital Memorial Hall – Seokdang Museum
Busan > Seo-gu
Haeridangil Street, the rising mecca of foodie tours and a hidden treasure behind the sea

Haeridangil Street, the rising mecca of foodie tours and a hidden treasure behind the sea

Number of clicks11677   Number of reviews0   좋아요6
Everyone thinks of the vast beach when asked about the most popular place in Haeundae, Busan, but a new location is rising in popularity. Haeridangil Street is a mecca of foodie tours where buildings with heights of only two to three stories are established, unlike the skyscrapers near Haeundae Beach. Let us learn everything about Haeridangil Street!
Busan > Haeundae-gu
Head to the sea with stories of the old downtown of Busan

Head to the sea with stories of the old downtown of Busan

Number of clicks11675   Number of reviews0   좋아요0
Recommended Itinerary First day: Choryang Ibagu-gil – Forty Stairs and Cultural Center – BIFF Square / Gukje Market / Kkangtong Market – Bosu Book Street – Busan Museum of Movies / Trick Eye Museum Busan – Yongdusan Park Second day: Yeongdodaegyo Bridge – Huinnyeoul Culture Village – Taejongdae Park – Korea National Maritime Museum – Oryukdo Islets – Gwangalli Beach / Gwangandaegyo Bridge Third day: Haeundae – Sampho Coastal Trail – Cheongsapo Port – Songjeong Beach / Jukdo Park – Haedong Yonggungsa Temple – Ananti Cove – Jukseong Catholic Church First day Choryang Ibagu-gil Forty Stairs and Cultural Center BIFF Square / Gukje Market / Kkangtong Market Bosu Book Street Busan Museum of Movies / Trick Eye Museum Busan Yongdusan Park
Busan > Dong-gu
Jungang Park and Democracy Park

Jungang Park and Democracy Park

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The Democracy Park and Jungang Park embodies the living spirit and philosophy of patriotic soldiers and democratic spirits. This is where the spirits of the great citizens of Busan who endlessly resisted to protect the country and defend democracy at the heart of confusion rest.
Busan > Jung-gu
Former Baekje Hospital

Former Baekje Hospital

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The red brick building at the end of the original downtown of Busan’s Ibagu-gil is the former Baekje Hospital, the first modern hospital in Busan. Opened in 1922, it was known as the best hospital. However, when it closed in 1932, the building had been used as a Chinese restaurant, Japanese military officers’ accommodation, and the Busan Public Safety Headquarters. Despite having gone through the ups and downs of Busan’s history, it still remains intact to this day. The first floor currently serves as a café with the preserved interior and exterior of the former Baekje Hospital. Go back in time to the 1920s with the aroma of coffee in the air.
Busan > Dong-gu
Head to Sampo Coastal Trail, and visit three major ports in Busan!

Head to Sampo Coastal Trail, and visit three major ports in Busan!

Number of clicks11589   Number of reviews0   좋아요8
Today, people are used to their busy lives that they forget to have a moment for themselves. Take a break from your hectic routine and have a lovely stroll at Sampo Coastal Trail across Haeundae and Songjeong to relax and regain peace of mind. Sampo Coastal Trail Mipo Port - Mipo Railroad / Moontan Road – Cheongsapo Port - Daritdol Observatory - Mipo Railroad – Gudeokpo Port
Busan > Haeundae-gu
Dalmajigil Road and Moontan Road for the sunrise and moonrise

Dalmajigil Road and Moontan Road for the sunrise and moonrise

Number of clicks11585   Number of reviews0   좋아요4
The starting point of Haeundae Sampogil Road and the road that connects Galmaetgil Trail 1 to Galmaetgil Trail 2. A popular driving course of Busan with beautiful a moonrise. A road with a view of the blue ocean during the day and the moonlight at night. If Paris has Montmartre Hill, Busan has the Dalmajigil Road.
Busan > Haeundae-gu
Baegyangsan Mountain overlooking Busan

Baegyangsan Mountain overlooking Busan

Number of clicks11577   Number of reviews0   좋아요5
Baegyangsan Mountain, which encompasses Sasang-gu, Buk-gu, and Busanjin-gu in Busan, is one of the most beloved mountains for hikers. The trails are well organized everywhere and ideal not only for climbing but also for mountain bike and bicycles. The main and most popular trail starts from Children's Grand Park, Busan to pass through Seongjigok Reservoir and reach the peak.
Busan > Busanjin-gu
The gift of brilliant Busan at Hwangnyeongsan Viewing Lounge

The gift of brilliant Busan at Hwangnyeongsan Viewing Lounge

Number of clicks11562   Number of reviews1   좋아요6
Located across the four districts of Busan, Hwangnyeongsan Mountain envelops the city and gifts the people with densely packed green forests. Hikers who love to walk on forest paths can enjoy the forest, wine, and sky, and tourists who are fond of the nightscape are gifted with a brilliant world of light. Welcome to the Hwangnyeongsan Viewing Lounge.
Busan > Nam-gu
Staying in Nampo-dong, the mecca of Busan trip

Staying in Nampo-dong, the mecca of Busan trip

Number of clicks11520   Number of reviews1   좋아요2
Every day of the week, Nampo-dong is a place crowded with people where you can experience the energy of Busan early in the morning. A major urban district, the neighborhood has a park, a department store, a traditional market, and major tourist attractions, making it a hot place for locals, tourists, and foreigners alike. Locals collectively refer to Gwangbok-dong, Nampo-dong, and Bupyeong-dong as “Nampo-dong.” As the area is large, you may have to spend an entire day or even longer to enjoy every part of Nampo-dong. Plan ahead to minimize the travel time. Let us learn about how to best enjoy Nampo-dong.
Busan > Jung-gu
Have you heard about Somak Village?

Have you heard about Somak Village?

Number of clicks11475   Number of reviews0   좋아요0
The world is changing rapidly, but it isn’t true of this place; it’s as if time stood still. Tightly packed, shabby back-to-back houses, and alleys in between through which only one or two adults can manage to pass. This unusual landscape arouses retro-sensibility, but you won’t be soaked in the sentiment when you learn about its history. Let’s take a look at Somak Village in Uam-dong.
Busan > Nam-gu
Chungnyeolsa Shrine, May They Repose There Always

Chungnyeolsa Shrine, May They Repose There Always

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The Chungnyeolsa Shrine in Busan, with its neat and fitting appearance, is surrounded by the lush greenery of Mangwolsan Mountain in the back, facing the center of Busan to the front. The well-decorated garden, with its trees and pretty flowers that stretch along the pavement to the Main Hall, accentuates the solemn atmosphere of the shrine. Turning around after a moment of silence, you will be greeted by a wonderful vista of tradition blended with modernity.
Busan > Dongnae-gu

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