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Orangdae Park: Wishing for the sea’s well-being

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In Orangdae Park, the sound of sea waves crashing against the seashore’s rocks brings a peaceful state of mind.
Busan > Gijang-gun

1,000 years of fragrance at Seonamsa Temple

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Located at the center of Baegyangsan Mountain Forest, Seonamsa Temple, which is over 1,000 years old, purifies the mind and body. Buddhist Monk Wonhyo established the temple during the Silla Period, which makes it ancient architecture. People naturally lower their voices inside the quiet and tranquil temple. The time-ridden Beomjonggak Pavilion that houses the Buddhist bell welcomes visitors. It is as if the large sandfish with the head of a dragon is telling visitors to reflect upon oneself. What happened to the cozy three-story stone pagoda that only the roof stone remains? Visit Seonamsa Temple and have a fulfilling walk on a sunny day.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Embrace the Nakdonggang River at Unsusa Temple

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As suggested by the name, Unsusa Temple is famous for its beautiful clouds and water. Perhaps, that is why it is survived as a great place to pray and practice asceticism over a thousand years. Fresh energy flowing from old trees that cover the sky fills up the walking trail. Daeungjeon Hall, designated as a national treasure, sits modestly. Gazing at the unique floral door at the Daeungbojeon Hall, people are immediately drawn to it. Sit on the small veranda porch by the kitchen to appreciate the maker who built the spot to comfort visitors. Stand by the Beomjonggak Pavilion, where anyone can ring the bell to watch the Nakdonggang River flow underfoot far away
Busan > Sasang-gu

B4291, The new traditional market trend

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Nampo-dong’s B4291 is an empty dried fish market transformed into a complex cultural space. The first floor houses Nampo Joint Market and B.archive, while the second floor has a café serving in-house roasted coffee. Nampo Joint Market sells small dried fish products and goods such as books introducing Busan, towels, and cute, eye-catching props. Revived through urban regeneration projects, the formerly abandoned B.archive is a rental space for exhibitions, performances, lectures, and movies.
Busan > Jung-gu

Geumgang Park and Botanical Garden in harmony with old and new

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Before the Busan Citizens Park was created, Geumgang Park and Geumgang Botanical Garden were the most famous with which the majority of Busan citizens have a special memory. The place was once owned by a Japanese merchant who made a part of Geumjeongsan Mountain into his own private garden. But after the liberation of Korea, it was designated as “Geumgang Park.” The name “Geumgang” originated from the time when people said Geumjeongsan Mountain was as beautiful as Geumgangsan Mountain and so called it "Sogeumggang (small Geumgang).
Busan > Dongnae-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

Gupo Children’s Traffic Safety Park aims to educate children about traffic safety.

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Gupo Children’s Traffic Safety Park is a paradise for children where they can explore and learn about traffic safety. Gupo Children’s Traffic Safety Park operates hands-on systematic programs, focusing on early traffic safety education for children. Outdoor experience programs are popular, along with indoor education. On Saturdays, individual visitors, not in groups, are welcome to the park for free.
Busan > Buk-gu

Nuribaragi Observatory, looking out to mountainside road

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Nuribaragi Observatory is recommended for travelers wishing to share the memory of Sanbokdoro, overlooking the sea, sky, and city.
Busan > Seo-gu

Visit Daesin Park when you need healing

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Daesin Park is a resting place in the city packed with old trees that are illuminated with brilliant lights and colors. As a natural shelter of healing with a thick forest and clean water, the park has a forest that won the online award in the beautiful forest contest in Korea. Walk while observing the visitors who splash their feet in the cold water in the valley. The dense cypress forest not too far wary from the entrance exudes a healthy vibe. You’ll feel refreshed at the park. Sit on a cozy bench under the tree along the Gudeok Reservoir, where the landscape reflected in the reservoir becomes a work of art in and of itself.
Busan > Seo-gu

Patriot Park Chajeong, the name we must remember

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The Birth House of Patriot Park Chajeong can be easily found if you follow the directional sign posted at the Nangmin Station in Dongnae-gu. This simple house sits in an alley of a housing area with the Korean national flag flying at the gate.
Busan > Dongnae-gu

Baeksan Memorial Hall

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By selling his land in his hometown, Baeksan Ahn Hui-je opened Baeksan Shop and financially supported the Independence Movement with profits from the shop. Since Baeksan Shop’s expansion into the Baeksan Trade in 1919, it had played a significant role as a base for the local independence movement until 1928. Arrested in 1942, Ahn Hui-je was brutally tortured and passed away in 1943 without witnessing the country’s independence. Baeksan Memorial Hall was built on the site of Baeksan Shop to honor Baeksan Ahn Hui-je’s spirit of independence.
Busan > Jung-gu

Listen to Confucius’ and Mencius’ teachings at Dongnaehyanggyo and Gijanghyanggyo Local Confucian Schools

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The hyanggyo (local Confucian school) was a local educational institution in the Joseon Dynasty, which taught local students Confucianism and kept tablets of China’s and the Joseon Dynasty’s Confucian scholars. At that time, each local Confucian schools played a pivotal role as an educational institution in nurturing talented people throughout the Joseon period.
Busan > Dongnae-gu

Fun all-around at the Busan National Gugak Center

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The Busan National Gugak Center showcases traditional performances that embody the spirit of the Yeongnam Region in Busan, as well as other music from the eight national provinces to represent the face of new gugak to audiences. It’s a place where a high spirited feast of gugak performances is conducted to the beautiful traditional melody all year round. The center is an open space for Busan citizens to enjoy the essence of Gugak in their daily lives through the performance of indoor regular shows, outdoor pungmul shows, and gugak experience programs for all to participate.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Busan Meteorological Observatory, a UNESCO World Heritage site in meteorology

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Head to Busan Meteorological Observatory for a pleasant stroll on a breezy day. In 1934, the observatory was relocated to the foot of the highest region—Bokbyeongsan Mountain. Resembling a ship sailing toward the vast sea, the observatory preserves the characteristics of modern structures during the Japanese rule. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) selected it as a “100-year-old observatory.” Don’t miss the view overlooking Yongdusan Park, Busan Tower, and the Namhangdaegyo Bridge.
Busan > Jung-gu

Learn all laws with ease at Busan Solomon Law Park

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Say goodbye to boring laws. Visit Busan Solomon Law Park, where you can learn and experience laws with ease and excitement. As a law education theme park, Busan Solomon Law Park offers various hands-on events and training programs by dividing them into a playground and an experience center, where children can familiarize and learn laws through experience. Play at Solomon Law Park, a space for laws and justice.
Busan > Buk-gu

Follow your dreams at Busan Community Media Center.

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Regular members of the Busan Community Media Center can avail of their services, some of which are free of charge, such as education on producing broadcasting programs, video equipment rental, and the use of editing and recording room. Customized studio experience programs are always available as well. Put your imagination to the test in this media playground, Busan Community Media Center.
Busan > Haeundae-gu
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