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Korea National Maritime Museum, the Flower of Maritime Culture

Number of clicks13228   Number of reviews0   Like6
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

Amisan Observatory: Where the river meets the ocean

Number of clicks12655   Number of reviews0   Like5
The Nakdonggang River cuts through the Yeongnam region. The sandy area right before the river meets with the South Sea, forming a vast delta triangle of rich soil. Downstream the Nakdonggang River is home to numerous migratory birds enjoying rich food and clear water. Visit the Amisan Observatory to view a fantastic landscape where the river meets the ocean.
Busan > Saha-gu

The reborn of Songdo Beach after 100 years

Number of clicks20717   Number of reviews1   Like31
The elderly’s beach destination back in the day is transformed into a hot spot for the youth! Let’s check out Songdo Beach, the trending hot spot on social media. Opened in 1913, Songdo Beach is the first beach in Korea. After its golden period in the 1960s and 1970s, the beach became deserted. Those who wished to bring it back to its former beauty joined forces to repair the abandoned beach, making it even more breathtaking than it was in its heyday. With its spotless sandy beach, clear water, cloud trails, and an overwater cable car, Songdo Beach is once again a popular tourist destination receiving over five million visitors per year.
Busan > Seo-gu

Songjeong Beach: Preserving nature

Number of clicks15073   Number of reviews1   Like13
Pass by Haeundae by walking down along the Dalmajigil Road to see the wide and long stretch of the sandy Songjeong Beach, the beach loved by surfers.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Oryukdo Islets: Stories of the sea

Number of clicks14605   Number of reviews2   Like16
Busan > Nam-gu

Eulsukdo Island, a beautiful cultural feast with migratory birds

Number of clicks14941   Number of reviews0   Like2
It is a place where the main stem of the Nakdonggang River and the seawater of the South Sea intersects with each other, an ecological repository of rich soil and freshwater fish and shells, and a large-size winter home to migratory birds looking for enough food. Let’s visit Eulsukdo Island, one of Busan’s most beautiful islands.
Busan > Saha-gu

Meet the Amnam Park at the edge of southern part of Amnam Peninsula

Number of clicks12241   Number of reviews0   Like7
The southern sea is showing through a pine forest. The sun shining on it. Boats are floating on the sparkling waves. It presents tourists with a relaxing moment for their hearts. This place is Amnam Park, located at the edge of the southern part of the Amnam Peninsula.
Busan > Seo-gu

Busan Citizens Park is back to provide places to help citizens have a relaxing time.

Number of clicks13991   Number of reviews0   Like5
Military camp and park—these two words do not match well together. However, there is a place where a military camp is reborn as a park, namely Busan Citizens Park. For 70 years after the liberation in South Korea, this place had been called the “US Army Camp Hialeah,” but now it’s back as a resting area for people in Busan.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Yongdusan Park, a reason to travel to Busan

Number of clicks15915   Number of reviews1   Like9
I visit Busan because of Yongdusan Park! That’s right. Yongdusan Park is enough reason to visit Busan these days. If Haeundae is the hot spot of east Busan, Nampo-dong is the most popular place in central Busan. Yongdusan Park is a leading landmark of Busan frequented by those who visit the region.
Busan > Jung-gu

Haedong Yonggungsa Temple in Gijang

Number of clicks13847   Number of reviews2   Like17
Have you ever heard the waves from the sea of Gijang? What if the vast, endless ocean and the magnificent coastal view were spread out before your very eyes? Let’s visit Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, where the wind, waves, and breathtaking views await.
Busan > Gijang-gun

The unique view of the Gijang Ocean at Jukseong Catholic Church

Number of clicks17586   Number of reviews1   Like8
The ocean of Gijang that retains the emerald color of the East Sea is a location visited by many people. On sunny or cloudy days, it is a great location for driving along the coast, where romantic cafés offer a great view. Visitors always stop by the Jukseong Catholic Church in Gijang.
Busan > Gijang-gun

Cheongsapo Port and Mipo Port: Small sea villages in the center of city?

Number of clicks13721   Number of reviews0   Like10
Explore around a rural sea village even when traveling to the center of a city in Busan. Head to Cheongsapo Port and Mipo Port and enjoy the magnificent view of nature. Cheongsa, which means “blue sand” in Korean, is a name that evokes a fresh and pleasant image. Begin your trip from Jangsan Station on Busan Metro, and go over the hill to pass through the cross, entering the small sea village named Cheongsapo. As soon as you reach the hill overlooking the village, you’ll be mesmerized by the beautiful view of Cheongsapo.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

The three major skywalks of Busan: Oryukdo, Songdo, and Cheongsapo

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The Busan Sea, encountered between sandy beaches and coastal roads, offers a special view of the ocean. Walk along the three major skywalks of Busan to enjoy the sky and ocean from high above.
Busan > Nam-gu

The gift of brilliant Busan at Hwangnyeongsan Viewing Lounge

Number of clicks11821   Number of reviews1   Like6
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

Yeongdodaegyo Bridge, a space of promises and tears

Number of clicks13328   Number of reviews1   Like11
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

Bosu Book Street: Put a bookmark in your mind

Number of clicks12731   Number of reviews1   Like9
A way back in time Put a bookmark in your mind in the Bosu Book Street
Busan > Jung-gu
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