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Enjoy the sea, mountain, and river in the camping sites of Busan

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Camping is a perfect outdoor activity to liven up your daily routine. Busan’s camping sites offer an experience of the sea, mountain, and river inside the city.
Busan > Seo-gu

Jangansa Temple, a millennium temple in Bulgwangsan Mountain surrounded by the valley

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Jangansa Temple is said to have been founded by Buddhist Monk Wonhyo famous for the story of horrid skull cup. For more than 1,300 years, it has been in harmony with the foot of Bulgwangsan Mountain. With Bulgwangsan Mountain in its background and Jangansa Valley in its foreground, Jangansa Temple attracts many people with the beautiful nature outside and harmonious design inside.
Busan > Gijang-gun

Busan Historical tour to discover Busan's modern in jung-gu

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Let’s explore Jung-gu, Busan, where we can discover traces of Busan’s dramatic history of modern times! Recommended Itinerary BIFF Square - Gukje Market - Bupyeong-dong Kkangtong Market - Bosu Book Street - Busan Modern History Museum - Busan Museum of Movies / Trick Eye Museum Busan - Forty Stairs / Memorial Hall - Yongdusan Park
Busan > Jung-gu

Enjoy Busan’s taste on the road

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Enjoying local food is the best part of a trip. Busan, a city for gourmets, is known for its diverse food with a lot of history and tradition. Its street food is also popular among tourists. Cheap and delicious street food you can only taste in Busan. Try Busan’s street food for your unforgettable food tour.
Busan > Jung-gu

Dive into a Sea of Lotus in the Scorching Summer

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The “lotus flower” has a nickname of “Hwajunggunja (花中君子),” which means “a gentleman among flowers” because of its dignified charm comparable to that of a virtuous man. The flower stands tall in green fields, revealing its charming flushed skin that would make you look back in appreciation. Let’s embark on a journey to see lotus flowers on hot summer days! It’d be great if the weather is good. If not, it’s fine too! Let’s head to Busan’s lotus flower destinations this summer.
Busan > Sasang-gu

This park is where you find small but sure happiness_APEC Naru Park

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When you’re bored or tired of your daily routine, pick up a book, and walk out to the quiet APEC Naru Park. While the park is a small space that stretches out along the Suyeong Riverside, there are tables where you can read, a walking path, a jogging course, and a sculpture park. Enjoy the freedom to flip through the pages of the book under the tree shade while feeling the breeze from the river. Not a fan of reading? Then, how about a leisurely stroll? Ride a bike to roam around the peaceful park. Small but sure happiness in the urban area of Busan occurs at the APEC Naru Park.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Travel Busan by Busan Metro Line 1

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Busan Metro Line 1 is the first subway line in Busan, thus passing through major tourist attractions and downtown areas. Let’s take a subway tour (Busan Metro Line 1) with a one-day pass to visit some interesting venues. Recommended Route Beomeosa Temple (Beomeosa Station) - Busan Citizens Park (Bujeon Station) - Seomyeon area (Seomyeon Station) - Forty Stairs (Jungang Station) - Yongdusan Park (Nampo Station) - Gamcheon Culture Village (Toseong Station) - Dadaepo Beach (Dadaepo Beach Station)
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

Geumjeongsanseong Makgeolli, a traditional wine known for its thick and sour taste, is part of the history of Geumjeongsanseong Fortress

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“Geumjeongsanseong Makgeolli” is Korea’s first folk wine. Geumjeongsanseong Makgeolli was designated as Korea’s one and only “Traditional Folk Wine” among many Korean rice wines as it is known for applying the traditional Korean brewing method. This rice wine, produced in a clean area of Geumjeongsanseong Village located at an altitude of 400m above sea level, can be characterized by its deep and complex flavor created using natural yeast and bedrock water in Geumjeongsan Mountain.
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

The story of new-tro alleys and rebellious streets

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Perhaps, it can be defined as the “rediscovery of a space partitioned by invisible lines.” Markets and youngster hangouts are bordered by a single street, and old canteens and sleek restaurants share the same alley. Different places have different age groups and cater to them in different ways. But there are no impassable barriers—there are different hangouts, and the only problem is choosing where to hang out this time. But even within this intensely dynamic place, Jeonpo Cafe Street remains the hottest place today. Rumors of this charismatic and unique place have already reached other countries: New York Times selected Jeonpo Cafe Street as one of the “52 Places to Go in 2017.”
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Walking along Shanghai Street in Busan

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Shanghai Street is Busan’s largest Chinese residential area, located in Choryang-dong, Dong-gu, Busan. During the Japanese occupation, Chinese people moved to this location and formed the residential area. The ancient Chinese Consulate was situated here as well. Shanghai Street was designated as Korea’s only Chinatown Special Zone in 2007.
Busan > Dong-gu

Where can I experience wearing hanbok in Busan?

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When you try on hanbok here, you will be amazed at the beauty of the traditional garment of Korea. Rent hanbok at “Adam,” a hanbok rental shop, and take a stroll around the town. While choosing the right hanbok and styling yourself, you will be fluttered with excitement. Since the finger heart became the universal language to express love, now is the perfect time for people who’d like to blow hearts and receive them. Laughter never ends while traveling. People wearing hanbok look amazing and beautiful at the same time. Visit Adam once again to wear hanbok.
Busan > Jung-gu

Sasang Museum of Everyday Life: A place for interactions

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Sasang Museum of Everyday Life introduces Sasang, the former hub of Busan’s modern economy, and its life history, as well as helps residents continue active communication. With the Sasang area’s long, joint history with the Nakdonggang River, the museum’s permanent exhibition hall reveals not only Sasang’s past and its dark period but also the improvement of environmental pollution in the industrial complex. Munhwa Madangteo (Culture Zone) and Damsobang (Communication Zone) offer special lectures and cultural events, along with old Korean games like the slap-match game and the “flying rubber shoes” game.
Busan > Sasang-gu

A two-day, one-night tour to fully enjoy all popular attractions along with the coastline of Busan!

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Recommended Itinerary First day: Yeongdodaegyo Bridge - Huinnyeoul Culture Village / Jeoryeong Coastal Trail - Taejongdae Park - Gukje Market / Kkangtong Market - Yongdusan Park Second day: Haeundae Beach - Busan Aquarium - Dongbaek Coastal Trail (Nurimaru APEC House) - Oryukdo Skywalk - Igidae Coastal Trail - Gwangandaegyo Bridge
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Donghae Line tour

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The Donghae Line is a railway line connecting Bujeon Station in Busanjin-gu to Ilgwang Station in Gijang-gun. Prior to the Donghae Line, people had significant difficulty traveling by public transportation from downtown Busan to Ilgwang. However, the Donghae Line allows people to access Gijang and Ilgwang within about 30 min, thus giving more options to enjoy Busan attractions. Let’s find Busan attractions along the Donghae Line. Recommended Route Bujeon Market (Bujeon Station) - Oncheoncheon Café Street (Allak Station) - Songjeong Beach (Sonjeong Station) - Jukseong Catholic Church (Gijang Station) - Ilgwang Beach (Ilgwang Station)
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Walk along Mangmidangil Street to smell the coffee’s delicate aroma

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Cute little shops that line up along the alley and the delicate flavors of coffee that satisfy the senses. Welcome to Mangmidangil Street, a cool and exciting street in Busan.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

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