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Explore fishing villages in Busan Fishing Village Folk Museum

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Busan is now a large marine tourism capital; however, it used to be nothing but a small fishing village. In Busan Fishing Village Folk Museum, visitors can catch a glimpse of the ancestors’ lives who blossomed the fishing village’s culture by using the Nakdonggang River and the sea. The museum vividly reproduced the stories of the people by the Nakdonggang River over thousands of years and the folk culture that melted into their lives. Visit and experience the culture of Busan’s fishing village, where the river flows to the sea.
Busan > Buk-gu

Busan Coffee Museum: All about coffee

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In 2018, the first coffee museum in Busan opened near Jeonpo Café Street. Let’s go inside the simple building, and climb up to the second floor to find the Busan Coffee Museum at the end. The museum’s director opened up his personal collection of old coffee products to the public for free to spread coffee’s history and culture. Busan Coffee Museum introduces the long journey of coffee, loved by people worldwide, along with the developments in coffee machines and cups throughout history.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Busan Marine Natural History Museum

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Busan Marine Natural History Museum is a repository of living marine organisms, where visitors experience the ocean’s mysteries. The museum showcasing a collection of 25,000 internationally rare natural history materials is the perfect place for curious children.
Busan > Dongnae-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

Experience the underwater world in the Fisheries Science Museum!

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Visit Fisheries Science Museum, which surprises visitors with a right whale’s real skeleton right at the exhibition hall’s entrance.
Busan > Gijang-gun

Suyeong Historical Park, perfect for a stroll in the shade.

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Suyeong Historical Park is located in the site that accommodated the Headquarters of the Gyeongsangjwa-do Naval Force Commander, which guarded the southern coast in the Joseon period. “Suyeong” comes from the abbreviation of the Naval Force Commander in the Korean alphabet and has been the name of the place since then.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Live like a human being - Yosan Literary Museum

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As an open space for local citizens, Yosan Literary Museum was built as a tribute to the literary works of Yosan Kim Jeonghan, a novelist who revealed the lives of those who are isolated, residing at the edge of Busan.
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

Dr. U Jang-chun, a contributor to Korea’s staple crops

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Born and raised in Japan, Dr. U Jang-chun devoted himself to the improvement of vegetable seeds, which had been dependent on the country, for full domestic self-sufficiency after he was invited to Korea by the Korean government.
Busan > Dongnae-gu

Lee Jung Seop Street, a street museum in the alleyway

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Genius Artist Lee Jung-seop, dedicated to painting, escaped the gunfires of war and settled in Busan. On the steep mountain village of Beomil-dong packed with shabby shacks, Lee continued to create passionate artwork. Looking down on the area packed with houses from the Leejungseop View Point, we can get a glimpse into the tumultuous life of painter Lee Jung-seop. The 100 Stairs of Hope next to the observatory is a stair gallery that exhibits the works of Lee Jung-seob along with his yearning for his separated wife. The outdoor gallery, which doubles as a resting area, is where you can see the dynamic sculpture version of Lee’s symbolic work “White Bull.” The works of Lee Jung-seop shine brightly across the Lee Jung Seop Street in every little corner.
Busan > Dong-gu

History Museum of Joseon Tongsinsa

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In the History Museum of Joseon Tongsinsa, visitors can explore and learn about the achievements of Joseon Tongsinsa, a large-scale delegation dispatched to Japan in the Joseon period for peace between Joseon and Japan. In addition, every May, the Joseon Tongsinsa Festival takes place in Gwangbok-ro, where both Korean and Japanese participants hold a parade of Joseon’s delegation.
Busan > Dong-gu

Choi Min-shik Gallery, a comfort for humans

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Located on the second floor of Ami Cultural Learning Center, the gallery exhibits the photographs of Choi Min-shik, a documentary photographer whose field of activities is located in Jagalchi Market from the 1960s to the 1970s.
Busan > Seo-gu

Chungnyeolsa Shrine, May They Repose There Always

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The Chungnyeolsa Shrine in Busan, with its neat and fitting appearance, is surrounded by the lush greenery of Mangwolsan Mountain in the back, facing the center of Busan to the front. The well-decorated garden, with its trees and pretty flowers that stretch along the pavement to the Main Hall, accentuates the solemn atmosphere of the shrine. Turning around after a moment of silence, you will be greeted by a wonderful vista of tradition blended with modernity.
Busan > Dongnae-gu

Hansung 1918 Busan Lifestyle Culture Center

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Hansung 1918 in the alley of Jungang-dong’s original downtown used to be Hanseong Bank’s Busan branch for 40 years since its establishment in 1918. It was a symbol of financial architecture, which passed modern Busan’s golden age. Reborn as Hansung 1918 Busan Lifestyle Culture Center through renovations in April 2018, the establishment serves as a multipurpose space that supports life and cultural activities, perfect for everyone stopping by to read books.
Busan > Jung-gu

Perfect picnic spot, Hwamyeong Arboretum

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Hwamyeong Arboretum gently sits on the outskirts of Geumjeongsan Mountain, a great mountain in Busan. Cool currents that fill the valley and mountain breeze makes your day pleasant at the arboretum. Thanks to the walking trails and shelters scattered throughout the arboretum, all you need to do is leisurely enjoy the forest. Even the pedestrian overpass across the pond becomes part of nature and the needle- and broad-leaved trees, as well as wildflowers and tropical plants form one massive fauna before your eyes.
Busan > Buk-gu

Have you heard about Somak Village?

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The world is changing rapidly, but it isn’t true of this place; it’s as if time stood still. Tightly packed, shabby back-to-back houses, and alleys in between through which only one or two adults can manage to pass. This unusual landscape arouses retro-sensibility, but you won’t be soaked in the sentiment when you learn about its history. Let’s take a look at Somak Village in Uam-dong.
Busan > Nam-gu

Daeryong Village, filled with stories and art

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On days when you want to leave your busy life and take a quiet walk, visit Daeryong Village, located in a quiet suburb far away from crowded city areas. It is an ideal venue to enjoy relaxation and romance. In this place, where lots of artists gather and take part in artistic activities, you will witness unique landscapes with distinct artistic senses.
Busan > Gijang-gun
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