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Busan’s skateboarding and inline skating spots

Number of clicks4526   Number of reviews2   좋아요1
Skateboarding is an original extreme sport. In the late 50s and early 60s, surfing evolved into skateboarding and continued to advance, later becoming a great sport that is loved by people around the world. Skateboards can be divided into basic and long types. Once in a while, you get to see amazing skaters riding across the streets or in universities. However, finding a spot where you can leisurely enjoy skateboarding can be tough. It is also more difficult to find good skateboarding spots for foreigners. Thus, we introduce a couple of good places where the skateboarders who need places to practice can enjoy the vibe and leisurely skateboard.
Busan > Jung-gu

Busan Food Film Festa

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Busan Food Film Festa is a festival where you can enjoy various food-related content that features “Film” and “Food”. In this festa, you can enjoy various films that screening on different sessions and sharing your thoughts of food stories in movies with experts. Besides that, you can also have fun with several outdoor events included potluck table, craft beer zone, food truck zone, and flea market. Curious about food in movies? Want to try and taste Busan’s local dishes? Don’t miss out on this unique film festa! Come to Busan Food Film Festival and enjoy movies delectably!
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Exciting Eco tour featuring cruise and bike

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Do you want to enjoy the beautiful nature of Nakdonggang estuary and experience unique activities? Try the Busan Eco Tour featured cruise and bike. Nakdong River Eco Tour Cruise and bike tour are awaiting you at Eulsukdo Island where the largest migratory bird sanctuary with crystal clear water.
Busan > Saha-gu

Hongbeopsa Temple - the biggest Buddha statue watches over you

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Did you know that the largest seated Buddha statue in Korea is located at Busan? In Hongbeopsa temple, this huge Buddha statue welcomes visitors with its huge appearance. When you entered the temple, you will notice well-maintained grass covering the area like a park. One of the unique things about the temple is that the structure gives unusual feeling like a usual Buddhist temple had.
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

All Around East Busan

Number of clicks3819   Number of reviews13   좋아요15
This time, we would like to introduce a short and meaningful travel course for you to enjoy in East Busan. This course will be an ideal journey for you!
Busan > Haeundae-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

Busan’s Fifth-day Markets

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It is said that the best way to find out about a region is to visit its traditional market. The traditional market is the place where one can discover the most traditional flavors, most diverse products, and the purest manner of hospitality. Fifth-day market refers to a market that is held every five days, and it is only open six times a month. In the history of Korea, the fifth-day market was a place for commerce that preceded the modern-day market that opens every day. You probably heard of the famous fifth-day market in Jeju Island, but Busan has its interesting fifth-day markets. Let’s find out more!
Busan > Buk-gu

Today’s Walk - Cheonmasan Sculpture Park

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If you are in the mood for a casual walk and enjoying sculptures, you should visit the Cheonmasan Sculpture Park. According to myths, Cheonmasan Mountain is assumed to be the place where a horse has fallen from heaven. There is a total of 44 beautiful sculptural works on display at the sculpture park inside the mountain. You might wonder how impressive it would be to have artwork in the middle of the mountain.
Busan > Seo-gu

2021 Busan One Asia Festival (BOF)

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K-POP Concert 2021 BOF's Flower, Online K-POP Concert with Korea's Representative Idols! K-POP LAN Concert, Flower of 2021 Busan One Asia Festival with Korea's Top Idol Groups! ★ 7 p.m. / Sat. May 8, 2021 Line up ※ The guests are subject to change. NCT DREAM, THE BOYZ, WEi, Super Junior, MAMAMOO, PENTAGON
Busan > Haeundae-gu

An Excursion Boat Everyone Wishes to Be on Board At Least Once

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Upon hearing the word “Busan,” the ocean often comes to mind. Here are a few excursion boat options for visitors to enjoy the great ocean to the fullest. The view from the boat will leave you with unforgettable memories.
Busan > Jung-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

Green waves by the vast sea, Haeundae Arboretum

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Fluffy white clouds in the blue sky and refreshing cool breeze. This is the season when the delightful weather calls for taking a walk. With the weather brightening up the mood, how about filling yourself with therapeutic energy by taking a leisurely walk? A place where the fragrant scents of colorful wild flowers and refreshing herbs follow you walking along the trails. I am off to Haeundae Arboretum full of the freshness of green.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Catching Up with More Salty Tour’s Busan Episode

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More Salty Tour (Salty Tour Season 2) has traveled to Busan, Kyuhyun’s challenge course pick. A day tour is never enough for Busan, a city filled with attractions and foods. However, Kyuhyun’s Tour will help you plan a budget day trip in this city. Let’s check out Kyuhyun’s tour itinerary!
Busan > Dong-gu

Characteristic Beaches in Busan! Take a Trip to Pebble Beaches

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Busan is a city of beaches. Beaches are everywhere and certainly not a special feature of this city. But, there are beaches that are not widely known. These are the pebble beaches. When it comes to Busan, the first thing that comes to your mind would be beaches like Haeundae and Gwanganni. You may not realize that Busan also has a number of beaches with black pebbles instead of white sand. Keep your eye out for these beaches that are as beautiful as the famous black pebble beaches in Yeosu and on Geojedo Island. You will be able to find a unique charm of the beaches in Busan.
Busan > Nam-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

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

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