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Haeparang Trail Busan Section

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Haeparang Trail, spaning 770 km from Oryukdo Sunrise Park in Busan to Goseong Unification Observatory in Gangwon-do, consists of 10 sections and 50 destinations. Meanwhile, the Haeparang Trail Busan Section called Buparang Trail comprises three sections. Let’s set off for Buparang Traill, which runs from Oryukdo Islets to Haeundae, from Mipo to Daebyeonhang Port in Gijang, and from Daebyeonhang Port to Imnang Beach. Haeparang Trail Busan Section Course 1(17.8 km / 6 hr) Oryukdo Sunrise Park - Igidae Coastal Trail - Gwangalli Beach - Dongbaek Coastal Trail - Mipo Port Course 2(16.3 km / 5 hr) Mipo Port - Dalmajigil Road - Moontan Road - Cheongsapo Port - Songjeong Beach - Haedong Yonggungsa Temple - Daebyeonhang Port Course 3(16.9 km / 6 hr) Daebyeonhang Port - Ilgwang Beach - Chiramhang Port - Imnang Beach
Busan > Nam-gu

The night, music, and the best performances by buskers and the audience

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Nothing compares with the addition of music to the romantic night sea. Busking, meaning “street performance,” is now a familiar culture often found in Busan’s Haeundae Beach and Gwangalli Beach, as well as Seomyeon and Nampo-dong, which are Busan’s downtowns. Busking in Busan has the unique charm of the beautiful night sea view in its background, which is both pleasing to the eyes and ears.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

B4291, The new traditional market trend

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Nampo-dong’s B4291 is an empty dried fish market transformed into a complex cultural space. The first floor houses Nampo Joint Market and B.archive, while the second floor has a café serving in-house roasted coffee. Nampo Joint Market sells small dried fish products and goods such as books introducing Busan, towels, and cute, eye-catching props. Revived through urban regeneration projects, the formerly abandoned B.archive is a rental space for exhibitions, performances, lectures, and movies.
Busan > Jung-gu

NC Department Store Seomyeon Store

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Maintaining a size between a department store and an outlet, it’s popular among younger customers based on high brand power in terms of fashion and food. Each store is equipped with a customer resting area, culture center, and performance facility.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Live like a human being - Yosan Literary Museum

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As an open space for local citizens, Yosan Literary Museum was built as a tribute to the literary works of Yosan Kim Jeonghan, a novelist who revealed the lives of those who are isolated, residing at the edge of Busan.
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

Gwangbok-ro Fashion Street—Busan’s largest shopping street

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Busan is full of many cultural streets with different themes. Gwangbok-ro Fashion Street in Jung-gu, Busan, is one of the famous tourist attractions in the city.
Busan > Jung-gu

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

Let’s Go to Department Stores in Busan!

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Lotte Department Store In addition to the main store in Busan, there are three other branches of Lotte Department Store in key downtown areas. All these branch stores are situtated in transportation hubs, making them convenient locations for both tourism and shopping. Busan Main Store Phone: +82-51-810-2500 Address: 772, Gaya-daero, Busanjin-gu, Busan, Republic of Korea Operating Hours: 10:30–20:00 (closed once a month) Gwangbok Store Phone: +82-51-678-2500 Address: 2, Jungang-daero, Jung-gu, Busan, Republic of Korea Operating Hours: 10:30–20:00 (closed once a month) Centum City Store Phone: +82-51-730-2500 Address: 59, Centum nam-daero, Haeundae-gu, Busan, Republic of Korea Operating Hours: 10:30–20:00 (closed once a month) Dongnae Store Phone: +82-51-605-2500 Address: 1393, Jungang-daero, Dongnae-gu, Busan, Republic of Korea Operating Hours: 10:30–20:00 (closed once a month)
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Shinsegae Centum City Department Store

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Located in Centum City, Haeundae, Shinsegae Department Store seeks to provide a comfortable shopping space based on the themes of meeting people and taking a break. It also offers the convenience of global shopping by providing currency exchange, interpretation, tax refunds, and other services for foreigners.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Learn all laws with ease at Busan Solomon Law Park

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Say goodbye to boring laws. Visit Busan Solomon Law Park, where you can learn and experience laws with ease and excitement. As a law education theme park, Busan Solomon Law Park offers various hands-on events and training programs by dividing them into a playground and an experience center, where children can familiarize and learn laws through experience. Play at Solomon Law Park, a space for laws and justice.
Busan > Buk-gu

Rediscovering the Park in Downtown Busan

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We have entered the month of June, which is abundant with the freshness of green. Early this year, the heat has struck the country, and the scorching sun is exhausting us even more as COVID-19 continues to plague our daily lives. At a time like this, people choose to visit the mountains and oceans where it is less likely to come into contact with others. Perhaps everyone is thinking the same way. Hence, the more you travel away from the city, the bigger crowd you encounter. What if we go to a park in the city instead, where social distancing in daily life is practicable? Let us take this opportunity to rediscover the leading parks in the city of Busan with the lens of a traveling writer.
Busan > Jung-gu

Embrace the Nakdonggang River at Unsusa Temple

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As suggested by the name, Unsusa Temple is famous for its beautiful clouds and water. Perhaps, that is why it is survived as a great place to pray and practice asceticism over a thousand years. Fresh energy flowing from old trees that cover the sky fills up the walking trail. Daeungjeon Hall, designated as a national treasure, sits modestly. Gazing at the unique floral door at the Daeungbojeon Hall, people are immediately drawn to it. Sit on the small veranda porch by the kitchen to appreciate the maker who built the spot to comfort visitors. Stand by the Beomjonggak Pavilion, where anyone can ring the bell to watch the Nakdonggang River flow underfoot far away
Busan > Sasang-gu

Lotte Premium Outlets Dongbusan Branch, Let’s Go Shopping and Have Fun!

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The refreshing white-and-blue facade and the lighthouse-shaped observatories are the landmarks of the Lotte Premium Outlets Dongbusan Branch. More than 500 famous domestic and foreign brands are available in this outlet, and there is also a children’s theme park where you can have fun with your kids. Although it may not be as grand as an amusement park, it has a spacious area, plenty of rest facilities, and a beautiful outdoor landscape, adding a unique charm to your shopping experience.
Busan > Gijang-gun

The scent of art filling the air of the Dadaepo Sea—the Sea Art Festival!

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Dadaepo Beach is known for preserving its natural beauty. In the ocean, artworks blend in as if they are part of nature. Moreover, pictures of the Sea Art Festival exhibit harmony between people and nature. Fall into the scent of art through the vast Dadaepo Sea. As you walk along the lush green Dadaepo Beach Park with the breathtaking scent of the sea, you will encounter the stretch of Dadaepo Beach. The sight of little sculptures hanging on the tree signals the start of the Sea Art Festival.
Busan > Saha-gu

1,000 years of fragrance at Seonamsa Temple

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Located at the center of Baegyangsan Mountain Forest, Seonamsa Temple, which is over 1,000 years old, purifies the mind and body. Buddhist Monk Wonhyo established the temple during the Silla Period, which makes it ancient architecture. People naturally lower their voices inside the quiet and tranquil temple. The time-ridden Beomjonggak Pavilion that houses the Buddhist bell welcomes visitors. It is as if the large sandfish with the head of a dragon is telling visitors to reflect upon oneself. What happened to the cozy three-story stone pagoda that only the roof stone remains? Visit Seonamsa Temple and have a fulfilling walk on a sunny day.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

A day trip of history and nature with the family

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For those who travel with kids, we recommend that you get an itinerary that would give you not only an educational experience but also an appreciation of nature’s beauty. It is only a day’s trip, but you can get them all. Recommended Itinerary UN Memorial Cemetery in Korea - National Memorial Museum of Forced Mobilization under Japanese Occupation - Oryukdo Islets - Gwangalli Beach / Gwangandaegyo Bridge - Dongbaek Coastal Trail - Haeundae Beach - Dalmajigil Road - Haedong Yonggungsa Temple
Busan > Nam-gu

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