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Namparang Trail Busan Section

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Namparang Trail, which runs from Oryukdo Islets in Busan to Ttangkkeut Village in Haenam, Jeollanam-do, is a 1,463 km long trail on the southern coast of South Korea. The Namparang Trail Busan Section traverses nature and downtown areas of Busan, showing the area’s beautiful trails covering the sea, forests, rivers, downtown areas, and villages. Namparang Trail Busan Section Course 1(23.2km) Oryukdo Sunrise Park – Sinseondae Terrace - WebtoonIbagu-gil – Yoo Chi-hwan Postbox - Choryang Ibagu-gil - Shanghai Street Course 2(19.5km) Taejongdae Park - Gamji Beach – Jeoryeong Coastal Trail – Kangkangee Arts Village - Yeongdodaegyo Bridge - Jagalchi Market Course 3(17.1km) Songdo Beach – Songdo Coast Bollegil Trail - Amnam Park Course 4(21.0km) Morundae Peninsula - Dadaepo Beach – Gowooni Ecological Trail – Jangnim Port Course 5(18.7km) Eulsukdo Island - Myeongji Ocean City – Sinho Park - Sinhohang Port
Busan > Nam-gu

Let’s enjoy the beauty of Gupo Obstacle-Free Trail.

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Gupo Obstacle-Free Trail, which rises in the middle of Gupo, has a panoramic view of the Nakdonggang River. The course is about 2 km long and accessible to everyone, regardless of age and gender. Thus, this place is highly recommended for people who want to go hiking but have difficulty to do so.
Busan > Buk-gu

Gijang Bulgwangsan Forest Trail with its beautiful five colors

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The famous mountain in Gijang, Bulgwangsan Mountain, has dense broadleaf trees. In this quiet mountain, you’ll find the long-established Buddhist temples Jangansa Temple and Cheokpanam Hermitage, known to have been founded by Buddhist Monk Wonhyo. Let’s walk along the Bulgwangsan Forest Trail, where you can find inner peace and fully enjoy the beauty of the temples with the five colors of the mountain.
Busan > Gijang-gun

Walk with the pleasant crunching sound across the gravel, Ilgwangsan Theme Trail

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In Ilgwangsan Mountain, there are no steep parts, so you can walk easily. Then, there’s a well-designed trekking trail, Ilgwangsan Mountain Theme Trail, and a path for mountain bikes. Cars are not allowed to access Ilgwangsan Theme Trail, so you can walk comfortably. It’s best to walk on autumn days when the beautiful and colorful leaves are everywhere. Take light steps, and enjoy the pleasant crunching sound as you walk along this gravel road.
Busan > Gijang-gun

Evergreen Hwajisan Mountain and Healing Forest Trail with trees, healing places to walk around

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Starting from Children’s Grand Park, through Hwajisan Mountain Healing Forest, to Busan Citizens Park, prepare for trekking to calm your mind and body with green nature.
Busan > Busanjin-gu

Hwangnyeongsan Trail, a forest trail in the center of Busan

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It’s a great trail to enjoy the forest bathing in the center of the city while taking a stroll along the hillside of Hwangnyeongsan Mountain. As it spans the four boroughs of Busan, it takes about five to six hours to travel there. If you’re not confident with walking along the ridges, you can choose one or two of the divided sections. They are connected like spider webs, so trekking by section will not be difficult.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

2019 Gwangandaegyo Bridge Walking Festival

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One day out of the year, have a ball walking across the Gwangandaegyo Bridge! Walk across the Gwangandaegyo Bridge in this yearly walking event. Enjoy the cool breezes and take in the scenery as you hike along on this famous bridge, which is usually closed to pedestrians due to its being a cars-only road. This is not just a simple walking event though. It’s also a small festival that involves participating in various cultural events. A wide range of programs such as a military band parade, traditional games, busking, food trucks, and photo zones await participants. How would it feel to take a leisurely stroll across the Gwangandaegyo Bridge wearing light clothes and comfortable sneakers? ** Event Cancellation Notice ** This is to inform you that Gwangandaegyo Walking Event has been canceled to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). (A separate notice will be provided when the festival resumes.)
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Namhangdaegyo Bridge, a Pleasant Ocean Trail

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The Namhang Breakwater where the white and red Twin Lighthouses stand facing each other, and the Namhangdaegyo Bridge running parallel to it, create a picturesque scene that you can’t help but admire. Running from Amnam-dong, Seo-gu, to Yeongseon-dong, Yeongdo-gu, the Namhangdaegyo Bridge is unique among the bridges connecting the Busan Coastal Beltway in that it has a pedestrian path. You can take a leisurely stroll on foot along the ocean trail, or speed across the bridge on a two-wheeler. Your gaze is drawn to the ships sailing briskly in and out of the Namhang Port, and the Jagalchi Market and Busan Tower farther off in the distance. In the distant sea viewed from the waterside park in Yeongdo, the silhouettes of large ships shimmer under the golden rays of the sun.
Busan > Seo-gu
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