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Return of the Gaya Kingdom at the Bokcheon Museum / Ancient Tombs in Bokcheon-dong

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Forty tombs of the ancient kingdom of Gaya were discovered at the redevelopment of an old residential area. Without any sign of tomb robbery, the numerous historical artifacts were excavated from the perfectly conserved Gaya Kingdom tombs, including gilt-bronze crowns, earthenware, armor, and helmets. Artifacts that enlighten us on the outstanding ironware culture of Gaya various shapes of tombs are displayed at the Bokcheon Museum.
Busan > Dongnae-gu

Museum DAH, a place for coloring time

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The word “silence” may come into your mind first when you think of an art gallery. However, in this gallery, you can see children jumping over the colorful flowers on the floor of the exhibition hall. Head to Museum DAH, a media art gallery, which is not for passive viewing but for active participation, that lets visitors become part of a piece of art.
Busan > Haeundae-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

F1963, From Wire Factory to Culture Factory

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Parking area for persons with disabilities; wheelchair access available The name F1963 combines the first letter from the word “factory” and the year “1963” when the first factory of Kiswire was built. The company’s wire factory, operated until 2008, was transferred, and the empty site transformed into a complex culture space.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Jungang Park and Democracy Park

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The Democracy Park and Jungang Park embodies the living spirit and philosophy of patriotic soldiers and democratic spirits. This is where the spirits of the great citizens of Busan who endlessly resisted to protect the country and defend democracy at the heart of confusion rest.
Busan > Jung-gu

Baegyangsan Mountain overlooking Busan

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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

UN Memorial Cemetery in Korea, the land remembered by people all around the world

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Flowers are offered to this place in June, the Memorial Month. The floral tribute is intended to remember the fallen soldiers and war veterans during the Korean War and express a desire for a peaceful world without war.
Busan > Nam-gu

History of Busan and the history of Korea

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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

An art museum next to the Busan Exhibition and Convention Center (BEXCO), the Busan Museum of Art

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This multicomplex cultural space with small and large exhibition halls, lobby exhibition halls, Children’s Museum Exhibition Hall, the Space Lee Ufan, and a cafeteria, showcases various modern artworks and holds diverse cultural events and experience programs.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Busan Cinema Center, the landmark of cinematic city Busan

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The Busan International Film Festival, a globally recognized event beyond Asia, is why Busan is called the city of cinema. Another landmark of Busan, along with the LED lighting on the big roof, is the Busan Cinema Center. During the film festival, important events are conducted, including the opening and closing ceremonies. Throughout the year, the space functions as a complex culture space where people can enjoy movies and performances. The tickets are affordable, while the imagery and sound are simply the best.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

On weekends, go to BEXCO instead of staying home!

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All large events or exhibitions in Busan are held at the Busan Exhibition and Convention Center (Bexco). As an exhibition and convention center that meets international standards, Bexco is a place where various experience-based exhibitions, cultural performances, and events are held all year round. Check the event schedule in advance, and request preregistration to watch a show for free or for a cheaper price.
Busan > Haeundae-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

Buddha’s aspiration perched on natural rocks—Seokbulsa Temple!

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Among the beautiful sights in Busan, the ridge from Geumjeongsan Mountain to Baegyangsan Mountain is the most spectacular. Seokbulsa Temple, located on the ridge, is a quiet temple surrounded by 100 m high rock walls.
Busan > Buk-gu

Seongjigok Reservoir where, memories and nature coexist

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Dense forests, tranquil lakes, and the trail full of phytoncide. Located in the Busan Children’s Grand Park, Seongjigok Reservoir has long been loved by the local people, with most of them having created memories here that they will cherish forever. The tranquil reservoir area is like an assorted gift set that gives everyone peace of mind.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Into nature with children at the Children’s Grand Park, Busan

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Are you with your children? Visit Busan Children’s Grand Park. Busan Children’s Grand Park has transformed into families’ favorite location that provides a beautiful circulatory walking trail. While the road that leads to the children’s center is uphill, there are plenty of sights to see and enjoy for children, including the playground.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Visit the Spo1 Park with your family

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Spo1 Park was built as a stadium for the Busan Asian Games in 2002. The venue that hosted the preliminary basketball rounds and the tennis and cycle matches during the Asian Games was reorganized into an “open park stadium” for the people of Busan.
Busan > Geumjeong-gu
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