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Bupyeong Kkangtong Market, the mecca of restaurants in Busan

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Bupyeong Kkangtong Market is a place that attracts visitors with its delicious aroma coming from the alley’s entrance, which gets even more delightful at night. Bupyeong Kkangtong Market is right next to Gukje Market. Walk around Nampo-dong to go back and forth between Gukje Market and Bupyeong Kkangtong Market. The biggest difference is that Gukje Market is the kind of place that “has it all,” while the Bupyeong Kkangtong Market is a food market.
Busan > Jung-gu

A tour of lighthouses and reliable guards in Busan

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A lighthouse acts as a signal light for inbound and outbound ships to ensure their safe sailing. Recently, because of its distinctive exterior, it has become not only a unique spot but also a must-visit place for tourists. In Busan, surrounded by the East and South Seas, why not begin a tour by searching unique lighthouses?
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Korea National Maritime Museum, the Flower of Maritime Culture

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Busan equals ocean, and ocean equals Busan. But how much do we actually know about the oceans of Korea? The Korea National Maritime Museum, where stories of all oceans around the world begin, connects the past, present, and future of the ocean.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Yeongdodaegyo Bridge, a space of promises and tears

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While moments spent at Yeongdo Bridge no longer remain, there are still people who tear up just by thinking about the old days. This space was where people separated from their families during the war swore to survive and meet at Yeongdo Bridge. Written as Yeongdodaegyo Bridge and read as Yeongdo Bridge.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Namparang Trail Busan Section

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Namparang Trail, which runs from Oryukdo Islets in Busan to Ttangkkeut Village in Haenam, Jeollanam-do, is a 1,463 km long trail on the southern coast of South Korea. The Namparang Trail Busan Section traverses nature and downtown areas of Busan, showing the area’s beautiful trails covering the sea, forests, rivers, downtown areas, and villages. Namparang Trail Busan Section Course 1(23.2km) Oryukdo Sunrise Park – Sinseondae Terrace - WebtoonIbagu-gil – Yoo Chi-hwan Postbox - Choryang Ibagu-gil - Shanghai Street Course 2(19.5km) Taejongdae Park - Gamji Beach – Jeoryeong Coastal Trail – Kangkangee Arts Village - Yeongdodaegyo Bridge - Jagalchi Market Course 3(17.1km) Songdo Beach – Songdo Coast Bollegil Trail - Amnam Park Course 4(21.0km) Morundae Peninsula - Dadaepo Beach – Gowooni Ecological Trail – Jangnim Port Course 5(18.7km) Eulsukdo Island - Myeongji Ocean City – Sinho Park - Sinhohang Port
Busan > Nam-gu

Meet the provisional capital, Busan

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Meet the provisional capital, Busan. Provisional Capital Memorial Hall, the trace of the Korean War. Shortly after the breakout of the Korean War—the nation’s biggest tragedy—on June 25, 1950, the government organizations, including the president, moved to Busan, which became a provisional capital. The provincial office of Gyeongsangnam-do Province was used as the presidential residence, which has continued to remain as a monument that contains the history of Busan today.
Busan > Seo-gu

Walk around Hoedong Reservoir, a place that embraces eternal nature

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The Hoedong Reservoir is a large area that combines rivers, lakes, and forests. It has long been untouched by people and, thus, expresses an intact nature. Its two trails, Ttangmoesan Mountain Red Clay Forest Trail and Galmaetgil Trail, and its hinoki cypress forest are famous “healing spots” beloved by many city dwellers who love to walk in the woods.
Busan > Geumjeong-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

City Tour Bus Tour

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Although Busan features convenient public transportation, keep in mind that it takes a lot of time to visit different attractions, including transfer. If you want to experience Busan’s diversity while reducing your travel time, use the Busan City Tour Bus. It will quickly and comfortably take you from one place to another in Busan. Busan City Tour operates two types of tour buses. One is Busan Tourism Innovation (BUTI) Bus for Red Line, Green Line, Blue Line running from Busan Station to Gijang Market via Gwangalli and Haeundae. The other is the Jumbo Bus for a loop tour of Taejongdae Park, departing from Busan Station, traveling through Taejongdae Park and Oryukdo Islets via Yeongdodaegyo Bridge, and returning to Busan Station. Busan Station is the starting point for both tours.
Busan > Dong-gu

Busan Aquarium, where you can see, smell, hear, and feel the sea

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Haeundae Beach first comes to mind when people think about Busan. However, if you find the sun-drenched and hot white sand a bit burdensome, or if you prefer a cool breeze of an air-conditioner indoors,you can visit Busan Aquarium in Haeundae Beach, where you will surely enjoy your holiday. Sea Life Busan Aquarium introduces you to the incredible world of more than 10,000 marine creatures with over 250 species. It presents a spectacular sight consisting of 8 theme zones, an 80m long submarine tunnel, and 2 main aquariums.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

To the peak of Jangsan Mountain that overlooks Marine City and Gwangandaegyo Bridge

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Jangsan Mountain, overlooking the southern sea, is a towering natural wonder, with a wide range of hiking trails. Enjoy a 3 hr outing to the peak of Jangsan Mountain while appreciating the scenic view of Haeundae Marine City and Gwangandaegyo Bridge.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

The Unexpected Charms of Busan Travel Destinations!

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Night is a time of rest for travelers as they run out of energy from walking all day while enjoying things and tasting food. After a leisurely dinner and dessert, tourists don’t feel like doing anything. Anyone would also be exhausted by the end of the day with the currently hot weather. When you are in Busan, however, you have to enjoy nightlife. Unexpected fun is hidden all over Busan, and many travel destinations in the province are even more gorgeous at night. You’ll only experience half of Busan if you miss out on nightlife. As such, let’s travel to destinations that are completely different during the day and the night like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Busan > Gijang-gun

A full list of scenic sunrise points in Busan

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Just before greeting the New Year, people first plan on a sunrise trip. Busan, surrounded by the South and East Seas and their different colors, offers diverse sunrise landscapes. The sun comes up every day in the same way, but it may look different depending on your viewing point. Let’s visit scenic sunrise points in Busan.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

A path where the sky and the sea meet, Yeondaebong Peak on Gadeokdo Island!

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Gadeokdo Island, whose name came from its abundance of bonnet bellflower roots called deodeok, is the largest island in Busan. However, it is also a strange place for some people because it is located at the west end of Busan, and is said to have been inhabited since the New Stone Age. Historically, it had a long ill-fated relationship with Japan from the Japanese invasion of Korea to the Japanese occupation. In addition, Yeondaebong Peak, the highest point of the island, has firmly embraced its heartbreaking history until today.
Busan > Gangseo-gu

Recall the history with Forty Stairs

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What happened to the traveler who cried on the flight of the Forty Stairs away from their sweet home? The Forty Stairs was a shelter for the refugees who yearned to go back to their hometown. Climb the 40 steps to experience what life’s sorrow must have been like for the refugees. Located nearby Jungang Station of Busan Metro Line 1, the Forty Stairs became the center of the lives of the refugees gathered from all over the country to the old Busan Station building. The Forty Stairs served as the passage that connected Busanhang Port’s dock to the shantytown on the hillside, a square where separated families met, and a market for selling relief items. There used to be a saying called “Let’s meet by the Forty Stairs in Busan,” and some waited by the stairs believing these words. The Forty Stairs is a place that contains the sorrows of a refugee’s burdensome life around Busan Station.
Busan > Jung-gu

A small world as diverse as the aroma of a coffee, Jeonpo Café Street and Jeollidangil Street!

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Jeonpo Cafe Street became more famous after being selected in The New York Times’ 52 World Destinations of the Year in 2017. Connected to the street, Jeollidangil Street is lined with alleys of different colors. The deserts and coffees of the shops filling the narrow alleys are as diverse as their colorful buildings. You can also enjoy various food in Jeonpo Café Street and Jeollidangil Street. Walking along Seomyeon Street, Busan’s busiest street, you’ll find a school building and playground called “Norimaru.” Once you arrive at this place, you’re near. Take a look at the buildings next to it, and you’ll notice Jeonpo Cafe Street.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

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