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Green waves by the vast sea, Haeundae Arboretum

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Fluffy white clouds in the blue sky and refreshing cool breeze. This is the season when the delightful weather calls for taking a walk. With the weather brightening up the mood, how about filling yourself with therapeutic energy by taking a leisurely walk? A place where the fragrant scents of colorful wild flowers and refreshing herbs follow you walking along the trails. I am off to Haeundae Arboretum full of the freshness of green.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Be Smart in Busan Metropolitan Library

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** This content was filmed in compliance with COVID-19 quarantine guidelines. Last November, the long-awaited Busan Metropolitan Library has finally been opened to the public. This brings happy changes to the lives of the people of Busan, who have been anxiously waiting for this opening. Today, we’ll explore this open library for all so that everyone can become smart when in Busan Metropolitan Library!
Busan > Sasang-gu

Dareumsan Recreational Forest in Gijang

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** This content was filmed in compliance with COVID-19 quarantine guidelines. In the COVID-19 era, non–face-to-face or contactless travel is the new trend. Why don’t you go on a trip to calm your mind and body, and free yourself from any worries while realizing the value of your daily life with Mother Nature? Where? Come and visit the Dareumsan Recreational Forest in Gijang!
Busan > Gijang-gun

Turn Toward Busan

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On November 11th at 11 am every year, an alarm sounds for a minute in Busan. This is because the “Turn Toward Busan International Memorial Ceremony” is held when we remember the sacrifice and dedication of the UN warriors in the Korean War.
Busan > Nam-gu

Hongbeopsa Temple - the biggest Buddha statue watches over you

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Did you know that the largest seated Buddha statue in Korea is located at Busan? In Hongbeopsa temple, this huge Buddha statue welcomes visitors with its huge appearance. When you entered the temple, you will notice well-maintained grass covering the area like a park. One of the unique things about the temple is that the structure gives unusual feeling like a usual Buddhist temple had.
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

Ami-dong Tombstone Culture Village, a hope built on the cemetery

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Busan used to be surrounded by mountains with rare plains. During the Japanese occupation, the livable flatland and reclaimed land around the original downtown were developed as Japanese territory. Meanwhile, dockworkers and outsiders from other areas who came here to seek jobs-built shacks along the mountain slopes to settle down. After the Korean War outbreak, refugees flocked to Busan and began to settle down at higher up the mountains. Mangyang-ro is a long mountainside road from Seo-gu to Busanjin-gu through Jung-gu and Dong-gu of Busan. It contains narrow and maze-like alleyways, endless steep stairs, and a dense cluster of buildings. A winding upward path leads to another winding downward path. Like its shape, the mountainside road encompasses Busan’s modern and contemporary history in conjunction with the joys and sorrows of the common people.
Busan > Seo-gu

Busan Healing Forest

Number of clicks7360   Number of reviews3   Like22
Have a relaxing moment at the Busan Healing Forest that contains the essence of natural! The Busan Healing Forest located at the outskirts of Ahopsan Mountain is the first healing forest in Busan. In this healing forest, there is a regular forest healing program. However, the program may change the operation due to COVID-19 so it is required to check it in advance. Moreover, if you do not participate in the program, the Busan Healing Forest is a great place for enjoying a walk to heal your body and mind.
Busan > Gijang-gun

In Search of Busan’s Old History, Somak Village in Uam-dong

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A long time ago, foreign sailors who entered the Busanhang Port late at night were amazed by the brilliant night view similar to the stars that shine up to the hills. On the next day, they were further surprised to learn that the beautiful lights were created by the huts and shacks built by the refugees. Those houses eventually form the Busan today. Everyone thinks of the magnificent ocean and beaches when they think of Busan, but the city is also home to the sufferings of the modern times because it is used as a port that delivered the colonial exploitations of the Japanese Empire and the temporary residence for refugees. Reviewing the concealed history behind the brilliance of the city may provide us with a deeper understanding of Busan.
Busan > Nam-gu

Songdo Yonggung Suspension Bridge

Number of clicks21185   Number of reviews2   Like14
You have probably heard of Songdo Beach in Busan which is the first beach in Korea. This well-known beach has been reorganized and reborn as the new hot spot of Busan. Songdo Beach is known for its four famous sites names the Songdo Cloud Trails, Busan Air Cruise, Songdo Coastal Trail, and Songdo Yonggung Suspension Bridge. Today, we would like to introduce to you the Songdo Yonggung Suspension Bridge that is getting popularity on social media.
Busan > Seo-gu

Haeundae Beach: The Busan representative

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When people mention Busan, the first thing that comes to mind is the sea! Among Busan’s various beaches, Haeundae Beach is the best-known destination. Not only in summer but all year round, Haeundae Beach attracts a multitude of tourists seeking the dynamic atmosphere of Busan.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

A special space where you become the protagonist, Busan Museum of Movies (feat. Trick Eye Museum Busan)

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“Spring” has arrived in the cinematic city of Busan. Busan Museum of Movies (BOM) is a cinematic experience hall where you can see, feel, and enjoy everything about movies. Each year, the Busan International Film Festival is held in Busan, a city perfect for filming great movies. Now, it offers a space that allows people to enjoy various experience-based contents related to filming.
Busan > Jung-gu

Gwangalli offers a spectacular view at night.

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Gwangalli Beach is a famous beach and one of Busan’s representative hot spots together with Gwangandaegyo Bridge. It is the closest beach to the city center and also a trendy meeting place for Busan’s youth. Along with its white sandy beach, Gwangalli is filled with diverse attractions such as restaurants serving delicious foods, coffee shops with an open view of the sea, exotic stores hidden in alleyways, and the Namcheon-dong Cherry Blossom Street, which shines with pink cherry blossoms in spring.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Gamcheon Culture Village, the Machu Picchu of Korea

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Colorful roofs that seem to touch the sky, A warmth that covers the whole village. Gamcheon Culture Village is the Machu Picchu of Korea.
Busan > Saha-gu

Recall the history with Forty Stairs

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What happened to the traveler who cried on the flight of the Forty Stairs away from their sweet home? The Forty Stairs was a shelter for the refugees who yearned to go back to their hometown. Climb the 40 steps to experience what life’s sorrow must have been like for the refugees. Located nearby Jungang Station of Busan Metro Line 1, the Forty Stairs became the center of the lives of the refugees gathered from all over the country to the old Busan Station building. The Forty Stairs served as the passage that connected Busanhang Port’s dock to the shantytown on the hillside, a square where separated families met, and a market for selling relief items. There used to be a saying called “Let’s meet by the Forty Stairs in Busan,” and some waited by the stairs believing these words. The Forty Stairs is a place that contains the sorrows of a refugee’s burdensome life around Busan Station.
Busan > Jung-gu

Huinnyeoul Culture Village at the end of the steep cliff

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Above the steep wall of the Jeoryeong Coastal Trail is a unique view of the village, where you can see small houses clustered along the narrow alley formed by the coast at the end of the cliff. This is where the sorrowful lives of refugees began and where the current cultural village community of Huinnyeoul Culture Village has been established.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Beautiful everywhere, Dadaepo Beach

Number of clicks22094   Number of reviews3   Like24
Dadaepo Beach, where Nakdonggang River and the South Sea meet, allows you to enjoy the beauty of nature with Busan’s sunrise, sunset, and sandy beach.
Busan > Saha-gu
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