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BTS Pilgrimage to Jungkook’s Hometown, Mandeok-dong, Busan

Number of clicks77,512   Number of reviews7   좋아요65
BTS: Famous for having 3 no. 1 albums in less than a year on the Billboard charts as of November 2019! Even if you’re not familiar with K-pop idols, you must have heard of BTS, whose members have a special relationship with Busan. This is because Jimin and Jungkook of this seven-person idol group come from Busan. Today, you can follow the memories and traces of Jungkook, the youngest member of the BTS, who spent his childhood in Mandeok-dong. It would also be great to listen to one of BTS’s songs associated with each destination. Jungkook Tour Course Baekyang Elementary School - Baekyang Middle School - Mandeok Lego Village - Mandeok Duck Folk Village - Seokbulsa Temple

Haeundae Beach: The Busan representative

Number of clicks50,534   Number of reviews20   좋아요12
When people mention Busan, the first thing that comes to mind is the sea! Among Busan’s various beaches, Haeundae Beach is the best-known destination. Not only in summer but all year round, Haeundae Beach attracts a multitude of tourists seeking the dynamic atmosphere of Busan.

Gamcheon Culture Village

Number of clicks42,911   Number of reviews24   좋아요15
Colorful roofs that seem to touch the sky, A warmth that covers the whole village, here is Gamcheon Culture Village in Busan.

Gwangalli offers a spectacular view at night.

Number of clicks42,031   Number of reviews12   좋아요3
Gwangalli Beach is a famous beach and one of Busan’s representative hot spots together with Gwangandaegyo Bridge. It is the closest beach to the city center and also a trendy meeting place for Busan’s youth. Along with its white sandy beach, Gwangalli is filled with diverse attractions such as restaurants serving delicious foods, coffee shops with an open view of the sea, exotic stores hidden in alleyways, and the Namcheon-dong Cherry Blossom Street, which shines with pink cherry blossoms in spring.

Mastering Busan in Three Days

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Recommended Itinerary First day: Beomeosa Temple – Dongnaeeupseong Walled Town – Bokcheon Museum / Ancient Tombs in Bokcheon-dong – Jukseong Catholic Church – Haedong Yonggungsa Temple – Songjeong Beach / Jukdo Park Second day: Haeundae Beach/Dongbaekseom Island – Gwangalli Beach – Oryukdo Islets – Taejongdae Park – Yeongdodaegyo Bridge – Yongdusan Park Third day: Gamcheon Culture Village – Songdo Beach / Cable Car – Dadaepo Beach – Jangnim Port – Eulsukdo Island – Gadeokdo Island First day Beomeosa Temple Dongnaeeupseong Walled Town Bokcheon Museum / Ancient Tombs in Bokcheon-dong Jukseong Catholic Church Haedong Yonggungsa Temple Songjeong Beach / Jukdo Park

Huinnyeoul Culture Village at the end of the steep cliff

Number of clicks38,656   Number of reviews2   좋아요3
Above the steep wall of the Jeoryeong Coastal Trail is a unique view of the village, where you can see small houses clustered along the narrow alley formed by the coast at the end of the cliff. This is where the sorrowful lives of refugees began and where the current cultural village community of Huinnyeoul Culture Village has been established.

Choryang Ibagu-gil, yesterday’s memories blossoming into stories

Number of clicks34,613   Number of reviews3   좋아요1
Houses are packed on the midslope of the mountains surrounding Busanhang Port. Refugees who left their hometowns to come to Busan climbed up the mountains to build the villages. As long as there was work, people would go up and down 168 Stairs multiple times a day to the dock, station, and Gukje Market. Let’s go see Choryang Ibagu-gil, a storytelling path narrated by people who did not even speak the Gyeongsang-do Province dialect. Choryang Ibagu-gil Former Baekje Hospital - Namseon Warehouse Site – Choryang Church - 168 Stairs - Kim Min-bu Observatory - Ebagu Archive Center - Chang Kee-ryo Memorial Hall - Yoo Chi-hwan Postbox Observatory

Enjoy driving in Busan!

Number of clicks32,986   Number of reviews0   좋아요1
A Busan coastal drive Course 1: Gwangalli Beach – Haeundae Beach – Dalmajigil Road – Songjeong Beach – Daebyeonhang Port – Jukseong Catholic Church Course 2: Taejongdae Park – Namhangdaegyo Bridge – Songdo Beach – Dadaepo Beach A romantic drive on the mountainside road Course: Leejungseop View Point – Yoo Chihwan Postbox – Jungang Park – Ebagu Archive Center

The reborn of Songdo Beach after 100 years

Number of clicks31,990   Number of reviews2   좋아요3
The elderly’s beach destination back in the day is transformed into a hot spot for the youth! Let’s check out Songdo Beach, the trending hot spot on social media. Opened in 1913, Songdo Beach is the first beach in Korea. After its golden period in the 1960s and 1970s, the beach became deserted. Those who wished to bring it back to its former beauty joined forces to repair the abandoned beach, making it even more breathtaking than it was in its heyday. With its spotless sandy beach, clear water, cloud trails, and an overwater cable car, Songdo Beach is once again a popular tourist destination receiving over five million visitors per year.

Taejongdae Park’s 100 years of history with Yeongdo Lighthouse

Number of clicks30,791   Number of reviews6   좋아요4
This place allows you to walk along the green forest path and view the blue ocean simultaneously. The multicolored rocky coast boasts its beauty formed by years of crashing waves. We’re talking about Taejongdae Park at the southern end of Yeongdo, Busan. Taejongdae was named after King Taejong Muyeol of Silla, who used to stop by the region and practice archery as he was mesmerized by the beauty of the landscape. Taejongdae Park, where unique rocks are formed and visitors are greeted by the dense forest surrounded by the deep blue ocean, is a leading travel destination in Korea.

The three major skywalks of Busan: Oryukdo, Songdo, and Cheongsapo

Number of clicks30,015   Number of reviews3   좋아요5
The Busan Sea, encountered between sandy beaches and coastal roads, offers a special view of the ocean. Walk along the three major skywalks of Busan to enjoy the sky and ocean from high above.

Igidae Coastal Trail the best hiking trail in Busan

Number of clicks29,789   Number of reviews3   좋아요3
“Igidae” refers to the beautiful bedrocks consisting of delicate rocks in the eastern sea that the Jangsanbong Peak of Yongho-dong, Nam-gu, faces. The name “Igidae” stands for the two gisaeng (female professional entertainers in Korean) from the Suyeong district who sacrificed their lives. During the Japanese invasion in Korea, when Japan conquered Suyeongseong Fortress and held a feast to celebrate their victory, two gisaeng, who are taken to the feast, grabbed a drunken Japanese commander and jumped into the sea. The Igidae area was once closed for military operation reasons, but since 1993, it has been open to the public. At present, it contains dense forests that are difficult to meet in urban areas and is kept clean to serve as habitats for wildlife. Because of its clear water, the place is perfect for fishing.

All Aboard the Romantic Haeundae Beach Train on Busan Green Railway Trail

Number of clicks28,563   Number of reviews4   좋아요17
** This content was filmed in compliance with COVID-19 quarantine guidelines. Imagine a trail by a railway track where the blue seas and open skies greet you. Romantic, isn’t it? Treat yourself to a retro view of the Busan Green Railway walking trail, and catch the beach train whipping past with a merry whistle. This is the best place for a therapeutic walk in Busan. Busan Green Railway’s Entire Section Haeundae Olympic Junction Busan National Mechanical Technical High School Former Haeundae Station Mipo Port Dalmaji Park Cheongsapo Port Gudeokpo Port Former Songjeong Station East Busan Tourism Complex Today’s Trail Route: Mipo Port – Haeundae Beach Train Mipo Station – Dalmaji Tunnel – Cheongsapo Port – Cheongsapo Daritdol Observatory – Gudeokpo Port – Songjeong

Scenic Spots of Busan Perfect for Car-Camping (Car-Picnicking)

Number of clicks28,172   Number of reviews2   좋아요2
Allow me to introduce you to a simple way to go out using minimal equipment at a time when traveling is not really an option. I’m talking about car-camping and car-picnicking. Sleeping inside the car without a tent and picnicking in the car are new ways to enjoy travel as long as you can find a place to park the car. The great thing about these two traveling methods is that you can simply enjoy nature in your own space without anyone to interfere. Let’s head over to the hidden gems of Busan where you can enjoy car-camping (car-picnicking) and take photos of lasting memories.

The starting point of Korea’s surfing, Busan Surfing!

Number of clicks27,733   Number of reviews3   좋아요2
Surfing cleaving the waves is becoming a popular activity for leisure and sports. According to the Korea Surfing Association, the population of surfers has more than quadrupled in just three years. Introduced to Korea in 1995, surfing has become popular in the country for the last few years. The starting point of surfing is Busan!

Walk on Galmaetgil Trails while enjoying the gorgeous view of the ocean

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Galmaetgil Trails, containing the charms of the ocean, river, mountain, and hot springs of Busan, are pleasant roads that feature the history, culture, and festivals of Busan. Walk on the nine courses, including the coastal trail, forest trail, riverside trail, and urban trail, to learn all about Busan. Course 1 Section 1-1, 12.2 km / 4 hr: Imnang Beach – Gijang-gun Office Section 1-2, 21.4 km / 6 hr: Gijang-gun Office – Moontan Road Course 2 Section 2-1, 5.7 km / 2 hr: Moontan Road – Millakgyo Bridge Section 2-2, 12.6 km / 4 hr: Millakgyo Bridge – Oryukdo Ferry Dock Course 3 Section 3-1, 11.5 km / 4 hr: Oryukdo Ferry Dock – Busanjin Market Section 3-2, 15.8 km / 5 hr: Busanjin Market – Namhangdaegyo Bridge Section 3-3, 13.7 km / 5 hr: Namhangdaegyo Bridge – Dongsam Innovation District
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