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Relaxing Family-Friendly Trips to East Busan! Haeundae and Gijang

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** This content was filmed in compliance with COVID-19 quarantine guidelines. This course can be a great way to acquaint yourself with the charms of Korea’s largest coastal city. It’s also the ideal itinerary for those visiting Busan for the first time with their family, as it showcases everything that Busan has to offer, from seas to forests, culture, and great food. Day 1: Haeundae and Songjeong Haeundae Beach / Busan Aquarium / Dongbaek Coastal Trail Busan Museum of Art / Goeun Museum of Photography Haeundae Beach Train Songjeong Beach / Jukdo Park
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Traveling with pets

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Now, 10 million people live with companion animals, with one1 in four4 households keeping a pet. With many people considering pets as family members, more and more have been traveling with them in recent years. Let’s look into Busan’s different spaces for walking pets.
Busan > Busanjin-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

If you know science, you can see the future. - Busan National Science Museum!

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A total of 1.14 million of Busan citizens signed to establish the Busan National Science Museum. Considering the 3.5 million population of Busan, you can imagine how much the citizens wanted to have a local science museum. With such a huge interest and support, the Busan National Science Museum was established with the design of a ship as if it wishes to sail away with future scientists.
Busan > Gijang-gun

Imnang Beach, The Beach that only I want to know

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Summer is the sea, and the sea is Busan, but this beach is not known to outsiders yet. Imnang Beach is the beach loved by the people of Busan and considered to be one of the two top beaches of Gijang-gun.
Busan > Gijang-gun

Haeundae Lighting Festival filling the night sea of Haeundae with romance

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The lighting festival transforms the cold winter street into a romantic world that even seems to warm up the cold season. Why not jump into the romantic world of the Haeundae Lighting Festival, which fills the night sea of Haeundae with beautiful lights?
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Take a walk on Gadeokdo Island, the southernmost island of Busan and experience primitive nature

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In Busan, there are many walking trails with stunning views of the ocean, including Taejongdae Park in Yeongdo Island, Jeoryeong Coastal Trail, Amnam Park Coastal Trail in Seo-gu, and Igidae Coastal Trail in Nam-gu just to name a few. Among them, Gadeokdo Coastal Trail, located at the southernmost part of Busan, is lesser known, which is odd considering its amazing beauty. This quiet, secluded, 6 km long trail out in nature where there are fewer people connects Dongseon Saebaji to Daehang Saebaji (Saebaji refers to a place where the east wind blows.). It is in perfect harmony with the unique rock formations and the blue ocean.
Busan > Gangseo-gu

Museum DAH, a place for coloring time

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The word “silence” may come into your mind first when you think of an art gallery. However, in this gallery, you can see children jumping over the colorful flowers on the floor of the exhibition hall. Head to Museum DAH, a media art gallery, which is not for passive viewing but for active participation, that lets visitors become part of a piece of art.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Unique Venue 4 (Event and Culture Facility)

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Travel destinations that encompass meetings, tourism, conventions, events, and exhibitions are gaining popularity because of their unique concept. Let’s find out more about the fourth unique venue and the MICE spot of Busan packed with fun and novelty.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Unique Venue 2 (Waterside facility)

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Travel destinations that encompass meetings, tourism, conventions, events, and exhibitions are gaining popularity because of their unique concept. Let’s find out more about the second unique venue and the MICE spot of Busan packed with fun and novelty.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Experience the colorful eastern sea and the quiet southern sea on a trip to Busan

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Recommended Itinerary First day: Haeundae Beach - Busan Aquarium - Dongbaekseom Island - Dalmajigil Road - Haedong Yonggungsa Temple - Gijang Jukseong Catholic Church Second day: Songdo Beach - Amnam Park/Songdo Coast Bollegil Trail - Amisan Observatory - Dadaepo Beach/Sunset Fountain of Dreams
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Dongnaeeupseong History Festival, a reenactment of the historical day on Dongnae Hill

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October is the month of festivals. Busan holds numerous festivals, and the Dongnaeeupseong History Festival, held in autumn, has been established as Dongnae’s major festival with over 20 years of history as its theme.
Busan > Dongnae-gu

Busan Cinema Center, the landmark of cinematic city Busan

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The Busan International Film Festival, a globally recognized event beyond Asia, is why Busan is called the city of cinema. Another landmark of Busan, along with the LED lighting on the big roof, is the Busan Cinema Center. During the film festival, important events are conducted, including the opening and closing ceremonies. Throughout the year, the space functions as a complex culture space where people can enjoy movies and performances. The tickets are affordable, while the imagery and sound are simply the best.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Orangdae Park: Wishing for the sea’s well-being

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In Orangdae Park, the sound of sea waves crashing against the seashore’s rocks brings a peaceful state of mind.
Busan > Gijang-gun

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

Haeundae Dalmaji Hill Gallery Tour

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What image first comes to mind when talking about Haeundae? Obviously, you will imagine the vast white sandy beach, the cool sea, buildings rising behind the beach, splendid night views, and gorgeous people. However, Dalmaji Pass at the edge of Haeundae provides a distinctive space where you can enjoy a leisurely walk while appreciating artworks, leaving behind the hustle and bustle of life. The Dalmaji Galley Zone has around 20 galleries, lining a romantic alley. But what do you think of a gallery? For some reason, it feels intimidating, and even if you get up the nerve to enter, you’d feel out of place and immediately exit. For those who feel uncomfortable and anxious in exploring galleries, the Dalmaji Hill Gallery Tour is available from April to October (except in August). Anyone can participate in the tour by contacting the Haeundae-gu Office via phone or online. This is a 3 hr tour program that will give you an opportunity to appreciate the artworks in Dalmaji Road’s galleries with a professor who will guide and explain the works for you. It’s a journey to help you enjoy artworks by familiarizing those that seem utterly distant.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

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