A tour in the rainbow-colored villages in Busan
Jangnim Port, Huinnyeoul Culture Village, Gamcheon Culture Village, and Choryang Ibagu-gil Road
Jangnim PortJangnim Port is a popular destination among a lot of young people and photographers because of its exotic landscape. They feel like they are in the water city, Venice. That is why it is referred to as “Bunezia,” or “Busan’s Venezia (Venice).”
Huinnyeoul Culture VillageHuinnyeoul Culture Village, also called the “Santorini of Korea,” is aligned with a coastal cliff, thus boasting of a fantastic view in harmony with the ocean. This used to be a shelter for refugees who had to leave their homes during the Korean War, but now, it is an art and cultural village that people want to visit.
Gamcheon Culture VillageGamcheon Culture Village, also known as the “Machu Picchu of Korea,” features a unique landscape: tiers of houses clinging to the slopes and alleyways tangled like a maze. Moreover, this village used to be a place where refugees resided after the Korean War. At present, it is a venue where history, culture, and art coexist in harmony.
The tiers of houses on the hillsides boast of a variety of colors, stretching out like a picture. The Little Prince statue perched high quietly protects the villagers who have unshakably endured tough lives after surviving a trial by war.
Choryang Ibagu-gil RoadThe Choryang Ibagu-gil Road has 168 Stairs, whose height is equivalent to a six-story building. It is a widely well-known filming location used for many Korean entertainment programs. You can listen to the intact stories of modern and contemporary Korean history along the stairway.
Each step of 168 Stairs is decorated with colorful mosaic tile paintings. The different rainbow colors on every staircase and wall fill the hearts of travelers with romantic sentiments.
Come and enjoy the rainbow colors of Busan!
Closing DatesOpen all year round
Operating Days and HoursOpen 24/7
Service FeesFree of charge (except parking fees)