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Delicious Busan_Special Issue, Tteokbokki

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** This content was filmed in compliance with COVID-19 quarantine guidelines. Last September, Visit Busan had a survey for the favorite foods of Busan’s local and international visitors, and discovered pork and rice soup, wheat noodles, and nakgopsae (stir-fried octopus, beef small intestines and shrimp) as a result. Although it did not make it into the rankings, tteokbokki (spicy rice cakes) also had a strong following as befitting its status as Korean soul food. What would a trip in Korea be without tteokbokki, after all? So, this time, we’re presenting you with a tteokbokki tour in Busan, where you’ll get to know more about the best of Busan styles in tteokbokki.
Busan > Jung-gu

Delicious Busan

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According to the survey conducted by Busan Tourism Portal - Visit Busan, the most desired activities during Busan tour were restaurant/meokbang (eating broadcast) and cafe tour as the city is also the best place for meokbang tours. Hence, let's looked into the Top 3 Busan foods chosen by local and foreign travelers as their favorites. Do you curious about it? Drum roll~ Enjoy a Busan meokbang tour via LAN. Now, let's visit the delicious Busan! Top 3 must try when you visit Busan!
Busan > Dong-gu

Wheat noodles, a mysteriously addictive summer food from Busan

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When the Korean War broke out, several people fled to Busan from all around the country. At that time, you could hear all kinds of Korean dialects and taste unique local delicacies in Busan. The origin of Busan’s most famous local dishes can be traced back to this period. One of them is wheat noodles.
Busan > Nam-gu

Rice and Pork Soup, People’s No. 1 Soul Food in Busan

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Which dish first comes to mind when you think about Busan? The list is too long, but many Koreans would pick Busan’s specialty, rice and pork soup. Rice and pork soup is said to originate from the Hwanghaedo province when Hwanghaedo evacuees in Busan during the Korean War made soup with affordable miscellaneous pork meat and intestines. After the Korean War, noodles replaced expensive rice, but as it got affordable, it became the Rice and Pork Soup. pork and rice soup is said to originate from the Hwanghaedo province when Hwanghaedo evacuees in Busan during the Korean War made soup with affordable miscellaneous pork meat and intestines. After the Korean War, noodles replaced expensive rice, but as rice got affordable, it became the pork and rice soup.
Busan > Nam-gu

I want some sliced raw fish today!

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“Hey, auntie, What’s good today?” “Good today? Silly lad, Everything’s good anytime!” “All right, get me a big fresh one. While you’re at it, chop up some live octopus first, will ya?”
Busan > Nam-gu

A fancy makeover of the rooftop overlooking the sea-Rooftop Tour!

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As cafés go from being merely a place to drink coffee to becoming a cultural complex, the fun and exciting activities in these places are increasing as well. Rooftop cafés are becoming popular in Busan, offering a place to relax with delightful coffee and a beautiful view.
Busan > Seo-gu

A small world as diverse as the aroma of a coffee, Jeonpo Café Street and Jeollidangil Street!

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Jeonpo Cafe Street became more famous after being selected in The New York Times’ 52 World Destinations of the Year in 2017. Connected to the street, Jeollidangil Street is lined with alleys of different colors. The deserts and coffees of the shops filling the narrow alleys are as diverse as their colorful buildings. You can also enjoy various food in Jeonpo Café Street and Jeollidangil Street. Walking along Seomyeon Street, Busan’s busiest street, you’ll find a school building and playground called “Norimaru.” Once you arrive at this place, you’re near. Take a look at the buildings next to it, and you’ll notice Jeonpo Cafe Street.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

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

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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

Oncheoncheon Café Street, where you can sit back, relax, and enjoy coffee at the center of Busan

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Many famous cherry blossoms are located in Busan. Haeundae Dalmaji Pass, Namcheon-dong Samik Beach Apartment, Oncheoncheon Stream and Oncheoncheon Café Street are all famous cherry blossom destinations. Laid across Geumjeong-gu, Dongnae-gu, and Yeonje-gu, Oncheoncheon Park is a haven for bikers and joggers. Perhaps that is why Oncheoncheon Stream always looks relaxed and peaceful.
Busan > Dongnae-gu

Walk along Mangmidangil Street to smell the coffee’s delicate aroma

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Cute little shops that line up along the alley and the delicate flavors of coffee that satisfy the senses. Welcome to Mangmidangil Street, a cool and exciting street in Busan.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Walk on Beomnidangil Street along the Geumjeongsan Mountain Range while appreciating nature

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When you’re moving in a fast-paced environment, you sometimes lose track of the day and become exhausted. At times when studying and working become stressful, a break from a hectic lifestyle is necessary. Give yourself time to relax and regain your peace of mind. Visit Beomnidangil Street, where you can stroll along the refreshing Geumjeongsan Mountain Range while basking in the beauty of nature!
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

Abalone rice porridge that delivers Gijang Ocean’s rich flavors into your mouth

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Abalone rice porridge is one of the most familiar dishes among Korean people. Despite its popularity, the authentic dish—made with abalone intestine, making it green and slightly bitter—is not easy to find. Korean porridge restaurants usually serve the white porridge lacking abalone intestine because the ingredient is easily perishable, requiring a location near the ocean for immediate cooking of fresh abalones.
Busan > Gijang-gun

A grilled clam filled with the vibe of Busan’s sea

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What food best reminds you of Busan’s sea? Nothing can beat grilled clams when it comes to seafood. Various clams piled on a plate, the scent of the sea from the clams grilled over a briquette fire, and the savory and salty flavor will give you a special experience. Grilled clams offer the real sea flavor of Busan.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

35 Romantic Cafés in Busan – Part 1

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This is a list of Busan’s 35 must-visit romantic cafés for café lovers. Here is Part 1.
Busan > Jung-gu

35 Romantic Cafés in Busan – Part 2

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This is a list of Busan’s 35 must-visit romantic cafés for café lovers. Here is Part 2.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

35 Romantic Cafés in Busan – Part 3

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35 Romantic Cafés in Busan is a travel book covering essential information for café lovers who want to take a café tour. Here is part 3 of 35 Romantic Cafés by region!
Busan > Dongnae-gu
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