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Seomyeon and Samjung Tower, the essence of downtown Busan

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The largest downtown in Busan is no doubt Seomyeon. It is the symbol of a global downtown and the mecca of shopping for men and women, Koreans and foreigners alike. At Seomyeon, a place packed with fun activities to do and delicious food to eat, you have to be careful not to bump into people when walking on the streets during the daytime or nighttime. Samjung Tower is a landmark that recently became popular in Seomyeon. All 16 floors are taken up by famous restaurants, coffee shops, food trucks, kids cafés, a play-themed park, and a movie theater, making it a great complex cultural space to spend the entire day!
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Dongnae Market, a fun stopover for your Dongnae tour

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Dongnae Market, now a clean, modern two-story building, is 250 years old. Originated as the largest five-day market in Busan during the Joseon Period, the Dongnae Marketplace continues to be the largest traditional market in Dongnae. Many of the stores inside the market have also continued business over a long time. The herbal medicine shop that stretched out on the exterior of the building, the restaurant district that does not easily raise the price, and the fashion accessory store where you can bargain are at least 40–50 years old. Dongnae Market is famous for affordable prices, high-quality products, and popular restaurants!
Busan > Dongnae-gu

At Jagalchi Market, Oiso (Come), Boiso (See), and Saiso (Buy)!

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“Oiso (Come), Boiso (See), and Saiso (Buy)!” is a famous phrase that represents the Jagalchi Market. Along with the nearby Gukje Market and the Bupyeong Kkangtong Market, the Jagalchi Market is Busan’s main traditional market. Let’s discover one of Korea’s largest fish markets, the Jagalchi Market!
Busan > Jung-gu

Bupyeong Kkangtong Market, the mecca of restaurants in Busan

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Bupyeong Kkangtong Market is a place that attracts visitors with its delicious aroma coming from the alley’s entrance, which gets even more delightful at night. Bupyeong Kkangtong Market is right next to Gukje Market. Walk around Nampo-dong to go back and forth between Gukje Market and Bupyeong Kkangtong Market. The biggest difference is that Gukje Market is the kind of place that “has it all,” while the Bupyeong Kkangtong Market is a food market.
Busan > Jung-gu

Youth Plaza in front of Pusan National University

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Busan is a highly populated town with many universities and college towns. Among the many college towns, the area in front of Pusan National University is the most famous.
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

OMG! I have to go see the Gupo Market Day!

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It’s been a while since the Gupo Marketplace, where the largest five-day market was held in the country, has been reorganized, but even now, it’s packed on market day with customers. Products are sold in the split of a second at regular shops and alley street vendors as soon as they’re displayed. In the past, all goods produced in neighboring areas gathered at the Gupo Market Day. It seems like success continued up to this day. Gupo Market is full of fresh seafood, dried food, and countless other items in diverse categories. Food is abundant as well. You could spend all day at the market.
Busan > Buk-gu

Busan’s brilliant Seomyeon Market

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Nearly 60 years old, Seomyeon Market is becoming a hotspot in Seomyeon—Busan’s largest shopping street. The traditional market is always crowded with people who wish to taste local dishes, such as noodle soup, old-fashioned fried chicken, and pork and rice soup in the gourmand alley.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Bujeon Market Town, a place of memories

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After the Korean War, Bujeon Market became the foundation of life for refugees. Although it was renamed into the modern-sounding “Bujeon Market Town,” Busan’s people still call it “Bujeon Market.”
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Namhang Market and Bongnae Market

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Maintaining the traditional ways of Yeongdo, Namhang and Bongnae Markets are great for family outings.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

Must-eat places in Haeundae Market as seen on TV shows

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Haeundae Market, located within a 5 min walking distance from Haeundae Beach, is a paradise where people can try out various types of food and visit different kinds of places.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Millak Hoe Town, the true taste of Gwangalli Sea

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In Millak Hoe Town overlooking Gwangalli Sea and Gwangandaegyo Bridge, you can buy raw fish on the first floor’s live fish market where sellers calling out and customers bargaining over prices are as lively as the fresh fish.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Gijang Market with everything on the stands

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The bright and generous smiles on the Gijang aunties’ faces are shining through colorful parasols. Gijang Market has everything—from fresh seafood to nutritious farm produce.
Busan > Gijang-gun

Lotte Department Store Dongnae Store

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In addition to the main store in Busan, there are three other branches of Lotte Department Store in key downtown areas. All these branch stores are situtated in transportation hubs, making them convenient locations for both tourism and shopping.
Busan > Dongnae-gu

NC Department Store Pusan National University Store

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Maintaining a size between a department store and an outlet, it’s popular among younger customers based on high brand power in terms of fashion and food. Each store is equipped with a customer resting area, culture center, and performance facility.
Busan > Geumjeong-gu

NC Department Store Haeundae Store

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Maintaining a size between a department store and an outlet, it’s popular among younger customers based on high brand power in terms of fashion and food. Each store is equipped with a customer resting area, culture center, and performance facility.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

NC Department Store Seomyeon Store

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Maintaining a size between a department store and an outlet, it’s popular among younger customers based on high brand power in terms of fashion and food. Each store is equipped with a customer resting area, culture center, and performance facility.
Busan > Busanjin-gu
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