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Refresh! Autumn healing trail in the city

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You will know the coming of the fall season when the wind is cool, the sky is high and maple leaves begin to transform into beautiful colors for you to enjoy pleasant strolls. On a day like this, you cannot help but want to break away from the hectic everyday life. Escape the noise and crowds and take a stroll on a healing trail in the city center where you can feel the colors of the fall in a quiet, relaxing manner.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

From a Walk in the Forest to Viewing the Nightscape! Mandeok Pass Trail Observation Deck

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Busan is a city of many mountains. Spanning over Dongnae-gu, Geumgjeong-gu, and Buk-gu, Geumjeongsan Mountain is the tallest among the mountains in Busan. From Godangbong Peak rising some 800m above sea level, ridges extend down to the center of Busan, forming the city’s base. Embracing Beomeosa Temple, an ancient Buddhist temple from Silla, within, Geumjeongsan Mountain is surrounded by Geumjeongsanseong Fortress with four gates. Mandeok Pass is an old road located to the south of Geumjeongsan Mountain. This was the only road connecting Dongnae and Gupo prior to the opening of Mandeok Tunnel. There must have been a band of thieves on this mountain road as the road was used by peddlers carrying bags of goods to sell at Dongnae Market and Gupo Market. According to a legend, the road was called “Manneunggogae,” meaning that you must cross over the pass in a group of ten thousand in order to avoid the thieves. Locals say that the current name of this road, “Mandeokgogae (Mandeok Pass),” originated from “Manneunggogae.” With two tunnels and even a subway line opened under this trail, there is no longer any need to climb over Mandeok Pass. Nevertheless, Mandeok Pass Trail is coming back to life thanks to the magnificent nightscape spreading at its foot and the surprising treasures hidden throughout.
Busan > Buk-gu

Beomeosa Culture Experience Trail

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Beomeosa Temple located in Geumjeong-gu, Busan. It is one of the three most famous temples in the Yeongnam Region alongside Haeinsa Temple and Tongdosa Temple. It was built by Buddhist monk Uisang in 678 (18th year of King Munmu’s reign of Silla Dynasty). With the legend of a five-colored fish coated in a golden hue descended from heaven on a five-colored cloud and played at the Geumsaem Spring by the foot of Geumjeongsan Mountain, hence the temple was named “Beomeosa” to refer to the “fish from heaven.”
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

Through a mindful sketch of Morundae Peninsula

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Morundae Peninsula is a small land next to Dadaepo Beach in Busan. During foggy or cloudy day, the island is difficult to see, hence the name “Morundae (literally meaning, “a land indulged in clouds”).” This small land used to be an island but the sand and soil deposited from the Nakdonggang River accumulated and connected with Dadaepo. Walking on the Morundae Trail to enjoy the windy forest paths and unique rock formations at the coastal cliff. To get there, yoou need to get down at Dadaepo Beach Station by Busan Metro Line 1 then you can start trekking!
Busan > Saha-gu

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

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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

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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

Walk along the sea and mountain of Busan

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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

Igidae Coastal Trail the best hiking trail in Busan

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“Igidae” refers to the beautiful bedrocks consisting of delicate rocks in the eastern sea that the Jangsanbong Peak of Yongho-dong, Nam-gu, faces. The name “Igidae” stands for the two gisaeng (female professional entertainers in Korean) from the Suyeong district who sacrificed their lives. During the Japanese invasion in Korea, when Japan conquered Suyeongseong Fortress and held a feast to celebrate their victory, two gisaeng, who are taken to the feast, grabbed a drunken Japanese commander and jumped into the sea. The Igidae area was once closed for military operation reasons, but since 1993, it has been open to the public. At present, it contains dense forests that are difficult to meet in urban areas and is kept clean to serve as habitats for wildlife. Because of its clear water, the place is perfect for fishing.
Busan > Nam-gu

A “slow” trip to Busan to visit trending attractions in Gijang Coastal Trail

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If you have already visited all the must-see attractions in Busan, how about the Gijang-gun county? We recommend Gijang Coastal Trail for you to witness the brand-new Busan. Recommended Itinerary Gongsu Village - Haedong Yonggungsa Temple - Fisheries Science Museum - Ananti Cove - Orangdae Park - Yeonhwa-ri - Daebyeonhang Port
Busan > Gijang-gun

Choryang Ibagu-gil, yesterday’s memories blossoming into stories

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Houses are packed on the midslope of the mountains surrounding Busanhang Port. Refugees who left their hometowns to come to Busan climbed up the mountains to build the villages. As long as there was work, people would go up and down 168 Stairs multiple times a day to the dock, station, and Gukje Market. Let’s go see Choryang Ibagu-gil, a storytelling path narrated by people who did not even speak the Gyeongsang-do Province dialect. Choryang Ibagu-gil Former Baekje Hospital - Namseon Warehouse Site – Choryang Church - 168 Stairs - Kim Min-bu Observatory - Ebagu Archive Center - Chang Kee-ryo Memorial Hall - Yoo Chi-hwan Postbox Observatory
Busan > Dong-gu

Healing through walking, Jeoryeong Coastal Trail

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Busan is known for its ocean! Have you been to many beaches? If you want to enjoy the unique charm of Busan’s sea, try the Jeoryeong Coastal Trail!
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

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

Walk on Galmaetgil Trails while enjoying the gorgeous view of the ocean

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Galmaetgil Trails, containing the charms of the ocean, river, mountain, and hot springs of Busan, are pleasant roads that feature the history, culture, and festivals of Busan. Walk on the nine courses, including the coastal trail, forest trail, riverside trail, and urban trail, to learn all about Busan. Course 1 Section 1-1, 12.2 km / 4 hr: Imnang Beach – Gijang-gun Office Section 1-2, 21.4 km / 6 hr: Gijang-gun Office – Moontan Road Course 2 Section 2-1, 5.7 km / 2 hr: Moontan Road – Millakgyo Bridge Section 2-2, 12.6 km / 4 hr: Millakgyo Bridge – Oryukdo Ferry Dock Course 3 Section 3-1, 11.5 km / 4 hr: Oryukdo Ferry Dock – Busanjin Market Section 3-2, 15.8 km / 5 hr: Busanjin Market – Namhangdaegyo Bridge Section 3-3, 13.7 km / 5 hr: Namhangdaegyo Bridge – Dongsam Innovation District
Busan > Gijang-gun

Galmaetgil Trails encompass the sea, river, and lake

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As you begin from Namhangdaegyo Bridge in Yeongdo, travel to Galmaetgil Trails 4, 5, and 6 passing through Dadaepo Beach, which leads to Baegyangsan Mountain via the riverside of the Nakdonggang River, ultimately reaching Seongjigok Reservoir. In short, these trails range from the sea to the reservoir through the river. Course 4 Section 4-1, 13.0 km / 4 hr: Namhangdaegyo Bridge – Gamcheonhang Port Section 4-2, 12.5 km / 5 hr: Gamcheonhang Port – Morundae Peninsula Section 4-3, 10.8 km / 4 hr: Morundae Peninsula – Nakdonggang Estuary Embankment Course 5 Section 5-1, 22.0 km / 6 hr: Nakdonggang Estuary Embankment – Cheongagyo Bridge Section 5-2, 20.1 km / 7 hr: Cheongagyo Bridge - Eoeumpo Port – Cheongagyo Bridge Course 6 Section 6-1, 13.2 km / 4 hr: Nakdonggang Estuary Embankment – Gupo Station Section 6-2, 23.0 km / 7 hr: Gupo Station – Seongjigok Reservoir Section 6-3, 11.3 km / 4 hr: Gupo Station – East Gate of Geumjeongsanseong Fortress
Busan > Seo-gu

Galmaetgil Trails will make pleasant beads of sweat stand out on the forehead

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As you begin from Seongjigok Reservoir, travel to Galmaetgil Trails 7, 8, and 9 that pass through Hoedong Reservoir, Busan’s largest reservoir, over Geumjeongsan Mountain, and lead to APEC Naru Park on the Suyeong riverside or the Gijang-gun Office along Ilgwangsan Theme Forest Road. These trails allow people to enjoy hiking in two major mountains: Geumjeongsan Mountain and Ilgwangsan Mountain. Course 7 Section 7-1, 9.3 km / 4 hr: Seongjigok Reservoir – East Gate of Geumjeongsanseong Fortress Section 7-2, 13.0 km / 5 hr: East Gate of Geumjeongsanseong Fortress – Sanghyeon Village Course 8 Section 8-1, 10.2 km / 3 hr: Sanghyeon Village – Dongcheongyo Bridge (Seokdae Bridge) Section 8-2, 7.0 km / 2 hr: Dongcheongyo Bridge (Seokdae Bridge) – Millakgyo Bridge Course 9 Section 9-1, 11.5 km / 3 hr: Sanghyeon Village – Igok Village Section 9-2, 9.0 km / 3 hr: Igok Village – Gijang-gun Office
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

A meaningful story tour around the original downtown of Busan

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Themed travel tours can be wonderful. If you’re interested in various themed trips, then a gourmet tour for trying must-visit restaurants, an activity tour for exploring various experiences, and a story tour around the original downtown of Busan would be perfect for you. There are not only many things to eat and see but also various old stories about Busan to hear. The tour takes place across Jung-gu, Seo-gu, Dong-gu, and Yeongdo-gu, and it is especially guided by local seniors who have been residents in these areas for a long time. Let’s take a journey filled with interesting stories that will remind adults of the good old days as they reminisce about the old town of Busan, and give children a meaningful opportunity to gain new experiences.
Busan > Dong-gu
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