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Busan Modern History Museum faces the modern history of Busan

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The Japanese occupation is the painful history of the Republic of Korea. Busan, which was a bridgehead for Japan’s invasion of the continent, still retains the traces of the suffering left by Japan. Busan Modern History Museum tells the tumultuous history of Busan, urging us not to forget the brutal experiences.
Busan > Jung-gu

Samnak Eco Park with different charms throughout the four seasons

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Samnak Eco Park is located on the large Samnak-dong riverside near the stem of the peacefully running Nakdonggang River. It reaches 4,722,000 m2, attracting people with its changing charms between seasons. In particular, the park that functions as the lungs of Busan provides an opportunity to observe diverse vegetation, including wetlands. You can directly experience each characteristic of this natural ecosystem from a cherry blossom colony and common reed complex, to a wildflower colony, making you realize how to preserve and manage our ecosystem.
Busan > Sasang-gu

Visit Beomeosa Temple, one of the three major temples in Yeongnam area

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Beomeosa Temple in Geumjeong-gu, Busan, is the third largest temple in the Yeongnam area following Haeinsa Temple and Tongdosa Temple. Built during the reign of Munmu of Silla, it has become famous as a Buddhist temple that has historically nurtured many Buddhist monks. Located at Geumjeongsan Mountain, the temple boasts a beautiful valley and outstanding mountains and is crowded all year around.
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

Jangnim Port, “Bunezia,” packed with colorful photo zones

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The western Busan was not well known among tourists compared to the eastern Busan where Haeundae and Gwangalli are located. However, it has recently gained popularity, thanks to SNS users who nicknamed Jangnim Port as “Bunezia,” Busan’s Venezia (Venice), and have been taking great photos here.
Busan > Saha-gu

Millak Waterside Park, romance by the sea in Gwangalli

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The first place to catch the sea breeze. The closest place to encounter the spectacular night view of the Marine City and Gwangandaegyo Bridge. Millak Waterside Park, a popular summer retreat for the public. Opened in 1997, the Millak Waterside Park has been loved by Busan’s citizens since even before the establishment of the Marine City and Gwangandaegyo Bridge. With an open view of the endless sea and blue skies, the park has served as a relaxation space for everyone while the surrounding environment has kept changing with the times.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

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

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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

Geumjeongsan Mountain makes Busan even more beautiful

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Geumjeongsan Mountain in Busan, the most popular peak next to Bukhansan Mountain in Seoul . The mountain starts from Geumjeong-gu, Busan, stretching to Buk-gu in Yangsan-si in Gyeongsangnam-do. Thanks to its wide scope, it’s easily accessible both in the center of Busan and in the suburbs. In some cases, the entrance and the way out are far from each other. Let’s head to Geumjeongsan Mountain, which has the longest fortress in Korea, and Beomeosa Temple, one of the three largest temples in the Yeongnam area.
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

Former Baekje Hospital

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The red brick building at the end of the original downtown of Busan’s Ibagu-gil is the former Baekje Hospital, the first modern hospital in Busan. Opened in 1922, it was known as the best hospital. However, when it closed in 1932, the building had been used as a Chinese restaurant, Japanese military officers’ accommodation, and the Busan Public Safety Headquarters. Despite having gone through the ups and downs of Busan’s history, it still remains intact to this day. The first floor currently serves as a café with the preserved interior and exterior of the former Baekje Hospital. Go back in time to the 1920s with the aroma of coffee in the air.
Busan > Dong-gu

Munhwa Gonggam Sujeong and Choryang 1941, where old stories remain

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Dong-gu is a town where the seed of Busan’s modern and contemporary history has spread and blossomed into stories. If you follow the trail that embodies the stories, you will reach Munhwa Gonggam Sujeong. Munhwa Gonggam Sujeong was originally called Jeongnangak House . The building was built in 1943, during the Japanese occupation, following the traditional Japanese housing style. Thanks to its unique charm, this space has been used as the setting for many films such as the Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time and General’s Son as well as music videos, including IU’s “Night Letter.”
Busan > Dong-gu

Gadeokdo Island offers the joy of exploration!

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A picturesque, blue sea, a wonderful natural landscape, but brings back memories of war It’s Gadeokdo Island! Gadeokdo Island is located where the Nakdonggang River runs into the South Sea of Korea. It is known for its beautiful sunset and wonderful scenery along with the magnificent Geogadaegyo Bridge. People say that you can see as much as you know. Today, you will discover the hidden tragic story of Gadeokdo Island with the background of beautiful nature.
Busan > Gangseo-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

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

Seokdang Museum of Dong-A University embraces the historic values of Korea

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Registered Cultural Heritage No. 41, Provisional Government Building in Busan, and one of three top university museums in Korea Dong-A University Seokdang Museum is a building that has three names. Dong-A University purchased a building that had been used as the Provisional Government Building and the Busan District Public Prosecutors’ Office before transforming it into today’s Seokdang Museum. In 2002, it was designated as Registered Cultural Heritage No. 41 in recognition of the historical value of modern cultural heritage.
Busan > Seo-gu

If you know science, you can see the future. - Busan National Science Museum!

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A total of 1.14 million of Busan citizens signed to establish the Busan National Science Museum. Considering the 3.5 million population of Busan, you can imagine how much the citizens wanted to have a local science museum. With such a huge interest and support, the Busan National Science Museum was established with the design of a ship as if it wishes to sail away with future scientists.
Busan > Gijang-gun

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

Dongnaeeupseong Walled Town is Busan’s original attraction!

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Dongnae’s name has a long history. Originally, Busan was part of Dongnae until the Joseon period. However, during the Japanese occupation, the city was named “Busan.” Now, let’s explore the Dongnaeeupseong Walled Town, which used to embrace the whole town of Dongnae.
Busan > Dongnae-gu
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