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!
The road that passes through Yosan Literary Museum in Geumjeong-gu, Busan, runs along the mountain ridges reaching Beomeosa Temple. As one of the three leading temples in the Yeongnam region, Beomeosa Temple belongs to the Hama Village, the center of Beomnidangil Street. Named as the region where hemp seed was planted to supply hemp cloth to the Beomeosa Temple, Hama Village used to be a town full of duck meat restaurants. Now, it is emerging as Busan’s hot spot with charming cafés. Let’s find out more.
Beomnidangil Street runs across the middle of Geumjeongsan Mountain, offering a great view of the place and the cafés in the area as well. You can hear the birds chirping in the mountain, overpowering the noises from the city. As you listen to the beautiful sound, the pine’s sweet scent tickles your nose. The vibrant green color of the trees also relaxes your eyes and removes fatigue. Visit and enjoy any place in Beomnidangil Street.
One café is noteworthy for its extensive, modern exterior and its interior made of glass, making visitors feel like Geumjeongsan Mountain is much closer. The café’s popular drink is the mugwort latte, perfectly blended with a subtle mugwort flavor and soft cream.
Another café made of glass is the perfect place to enjoy a cup of coffee while admiring nature and the vast green garden along the green ridges, so you can have the full experience of standing on a mountain. This café has a diverse selection of bakery menu items for people to enjoy as they converse pleasantly with each other. The fruit syrup that goes into the lemonade or tea is even homemade.
Want to visit a more exciting café? Then try this fun café with a yellow exterior. Inspired by vintage tea rooms in Europe, the café is sometimes utilized as a studio, a Want to visit a more exciting café? Try this fun yellow café inspired by vintage tea rooms in Europe. The interior decorated with antique props and various kinds of teacups is a sight to see. At times, the café is also used as a studio, gallery, or museum. Feel the royal treatment, and sip black tea from an antique teacup.
If you get hungry, visit the food district. You will notice a lot of places offering duck bulgogi and whole chicken soup with rice because the town used to be the mecca of duck meat restaurants. One restaurant even got famous online for its complete offering table set items. Duck bulgogi and whole chicken soup with rice are the most popular menus that come with various side dishes to satisfy your appetite. Located near Beomeosa Temple, this restaurant is the perfect place to visit with your family after going to the temple.
Beomnidangil Street is a place where you can enjoy the beautiful temple with cherry blossoms in spring, the green mountain in summer, the foliage in fall, and the solemn and solitary scene in winter. Enjoy a time of healing from your busy daily life at this relaxing place that remains unchanged with nature.