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I want some raw fish today

Number of clicks16843   Number of reviews1   좋아요2
“Hey, auntie, What’s good today?” “Good today? Silly lad, Everything’s good anytime!” “All right, get me a big fresh one. While you’re at it, chop up some live octopus first, will ya?”
Busan > Nam-gu

Oncheoncheon Café Street, where you can sit back, relax, and enjoy coffee at the center of Busan

Number of clicks16822   Number of reviews2   좋아요3
Many famous cherry blossoms are located in Busan. Haeundae Dalmaji Pass, Namcheon-dong Samik Beach Apartment, Oncheoncheon Stream and Oncheoncheon Café Street are all famous cherry blossom destinations. Laid across Geumjeong-gu, Dongnae-gu, and Yeonje-gu, Oncheoncheon Park is a haven for bikers and joggers. Perhaps that is why Oncheoncheon Stream always looks relaxed and peaceful.
Busan > Dongnae-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

Living in Busan for a week

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Wake up and be greeted by a city surrounded by the ocean. Wander along the roads to discover hidden tales in narrow alleyways. What if you get to spend a week in Busan?
Busan > Haeundae-gu

LetsRun Park offers a feeling of enjoyment, comfort, and excitement!

Number of clicks16759   Number of reviews0   좋아요1
Among different kinds of theme parks, LetsRun Park stands out as a horse-themed park. LetsRun Park BusanGyeongnam attracts people’s attention with its striking horse statue at the entrance.
Busan > Gangseo-gu

In Search of Busan’s Old History, Somak Village in Uam-dong

Number of clicks16742   Number of reviews0   좋아요11
A long time ago, foreign sailors who entered the Busanhang Port late at night were amazed by the brilliant night view similar to the stars that shine up to the hills. On the next day, they were further surprised to learn that the beautiful lights were created by the huts and shacks built by the refugees. Those houses eventually form the Busan today. Everyone thinks of the magnificent ocean and beaches when they think of Busan, but the city is also home to the sufferings of the modern times because it is used as a port that delivered the colonial exploitations of the Japanese Empire and the temporary residence for refugees. Reviewing the concealed history behind the brilliance of the city may provide us with a deeper understanding of Busan.
Busan > Nam-gu

Kangkangee Arts Village where history lives on

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Ships are packed in the lighters wharf across the Jagalchi Market beyond the Yeongdo Bridge. This is where the legendary mecca of fixing ships, the Kangkangee Arts Village, is located. The word “kangkangee” comes from the sound of a hammer hitting the surface of the ship to strip away old and rusty paint or shells at the shipyard. From the days when the ceaseless sound of fixing ships was heard, Daepyeong-dong was called Kangkangee Arts Village. If you think that the workers making the sounds of fixing ships are men, you are mistaken. The workers who relied on a single rope to fix ships for a long time are the married women of Daepyeong-dong. They are women of steel who endured the hard work at the shipyard while suffering from the noise and ringing in the ears to provide a better future for their children.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Baegyangsan Mountain overlooking Busan

Number of clicks16685   Number of reviews0   좋아요5
Baegyangsan Mountain, which encompasses Sasang-gu, Buk-gu, and Busanjin-gu in Busan, is one of the most beloved mountains for hikers. The trails are well organized everywhere and ideal not only for climbing but also for mountain bike and bicycles. The main and most popular trail starts from Children's Grand Park, Busan to pass through Seongjigok Reservoir and reach the peak.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Sajik Baseball Stadium is a “small Busan” filled with passion and energy.

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Baseball comes first in Busan because its people are unusually big fans of the sport. The Sajik Baseball Stadium—home of the Lotte giants, the most popular baseball club—features a unique cheering culture embodying their one-of-a-kind love for baseball.
Busan > Dongnae-gu

Kill two birds with one stone! Take a trip to the west and east parts of Busan

Number of clicks16628   Number of reviews0   좋아요1
Recommended Itinerary First day: Taejongdae Park - Songdo Beach - Gamcheon Culture Village - Gukje Market/Kkangtong Market - Yongdusan Park Second day: Gwangandaegyo Bridge - Haeundae Beach - Dongbaek Coastal Trail (Nurimaru APEC House) - Dalmaji Pass - Songjeong Beach - Haedong Yonggungsa Temple
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Haeridangil Street, the rising mecca of foodie tours and a hidden treasure behind the sea

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Everyone thinks of the vast beach when asked about the most popular place in Haeundae, Busan, but a new location is rising in popularity. Haeridangil Street is a mecca of foodie tours where buildings with heights of only two to three stories are established, unlike the skyscrapers near Haeundae Beach. Let us learn everything about Haeridangil Street!
Busan > Haeundae-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

The gift of brilliant Busan at Hwangnyeongsan Viewing Lounge

Number of clicks16592   Number of reviews1   좋아요6
Located across the four districts of Busan, Hwangnyeongsan Mountain envelops the city and gifts the people with densely packed green forests. Hikers who love to walk on forest paths can enjoy the forest, wine, and sky, and tourists who are fond of the nightscape are gifted with a brilliant world of light. Welcome to the Hwangnyeongsan Viewing Lounge.
Busan > Nam-gu

History of Busan and the history of Korea

Number of clicks16441   Number of reviews1   좋아요4
The museum named after Busan. The Busan Museum represents Busan and embodies the history of the Republic of Korea. Since its opening in November 1978, the Busan Museum has served not only as a place for Busan citizens to rest but also as a large-scale exhibition hall that covers the entire history of Busan from the Paleolithic Age to the modern times through the Goryeo Dynasty and the Joseon Dynasty.
Busan > Nam-gu

Have you heard about Somak Village?

Number of clicks16412   Number of reviews0   좋아요0
The world is changing rapidly, but it isn’t true of this place; it’s as if time stood still. Tightly packed, shabby back-to-back houses, and alleys in between through which only one or two adults can manage to pass. This unusual landscape arouses retro-sensibility, but you won’t be soaked in the sentiment when you learn about its history. Let’s take a look at Somak Village in Uam-dong.
Busan > Nam-gu

Gukje Market bustling with energy

Number of clicks16392   Number of reviews1   좋아요3
There is an expression in Busan that says, “It’s like a Dottaegi Market,” which means “a loud and bustling atmosphere,” Dottaegi, the old name of Gukje Market, is crowded and full of energy, items, and people.
Busan > Jung-gu

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