I visit Busan because of Yongdusan Park!
That’s right. Yongdusan Park is enough reason to visit Busan these days.
If Haeundae is the hot spot of east Busan, Nampo-dong is the most popular place in central Busan. Yongdusan Park is a leading landmark of Busan frequented by those who visit the region.
Even though the road to Yongdusan Park has an ascending slope, the trees cast a cool shade along the road, making it a pleasant walk to the entrance of the park. For travelers who will take the Busan Metro, they can use the escalator entrance close to the station to reach the park more conveniently.
The citizen’s bell and flower clock placed under the elegant pavilion greet visitors. The citizen’s bell, made through donations by Busan residents, is used to welcome New Year’s Eve. If you wish to tread on rosy paths only, do not forget the flower clock at Yongdusan Park.
Want to enjoy the hot spot of Busan from high above? Then go to Busan Tower! As proof that you’ve visited Busan Tower, take tons of beautiful pictures. Busan Tower was built even before the N Seoul Tower. After going through large renewal projects, the tower was built into its current form.
The greatest attraction of the Busan Tower is the view.
The view includes Busanhang Port, the largest logistics hub in the nation; Busanhangdaegyo Bridge; Yeongdodaegyo Bridge; the view of the Yeongdo Bongnaesan Mountain; and on clear days, the Marine City beyond Haeundae.
Take the descending elevator, and get off at the second floor where the Theme Experience Center is located. Enjoy Busan in six themes at the “Black Wonderland in Busan.”
Experience trick art against the backdrop of brilliant fireworks that embroider the night sky. Numerous media art makes you take endless pictures. Don’t forget to visit the souvenir shop as well, where the colorful souvenirs available are sure to attract visitors.
The nightscape of Busan expressed in brilliant lighting will provide you with unforgettable memories.
Enjoy the beauty of Busan at Yongdusan Park, where the charm of both day and night coexist.