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Hocheon Village is famous for the K-drama “Fight for My Way” and wall paintings of tigers

Hocheon Village is famous for the K-drama “Fight for My Way” and wall paintings of tigers

Number of clicks10084   Number of reviews0   좋아요7
Places around mountainside roads are counted among the unique attractions of Busan, and the most famous is Gamcheon Culture Village. Hocheon Village is also one of them, widely known as the location for the K-drama “Fight for My Way.” In the old days, tigers were said to frequently roam the mountain’s rough and irregular sides. Now, they’re gone, but the hillside is dotted with clusters of households with orange-warm street lamps that illuminate the alleys.
Busan > Busanjin-gu
Busan Citizens Park is back to provide places to help citizens have a relaxing time.

Busan Citizens Park is back to provide places to help citizens have a relaxing time.

Number of clicks10072   Number of reviews0   좋아요5
Military camp and park—these two words do not match well together. However, there is a place where a military camp is reborn as a park, namely Busan Citizens Park. For 70 years after the liberation in South Korea, this place had been called the “US Army Camp Hialeah,” but now it’s back as a resting area for people in Busan.
Busan > Busanjin-gu
A full list of scenic sunrise points in Busan

A full list of scenic sunrise points in Busan

Number of clicks9909   Number of reviews1   좋아요3
Just before greeting the New Year, people first plan on a sunrise trip. Busan, surrounded by the South and East Seas and their different colors, offers diverse sunrise landscapes. The sun comes up every day in the same way, but it may look different depending on your viewing point. Let’s visit scenic sunrise points in Busan.
Busan > Haeundae-gu
Bupyeong Kkangtong Market, the mecca of restaurants in Busan

Bupyeong Kkangtong Market, the mecca of restaurants in Busan

Number of clicks9883   Number of reviews0   좋아요6
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
A sunset tour

A sunset tour

Number of clicks9881   Number of reviews0   좋아요4
One of Busan’s greatest charms is the combination of the sea, mountains, and rivers. With its various natural environments, Busan offers diverse sunset landscapes depending on sunset points.
Busan > Saha-gu
Oryukdo Islets: Stories of the sea

Oryukdo Islets: Stories of the sea

Number of clicks9861   Number of reviews2   좋아요16
Busan > Nam-gu
Mastering Busan in Three Days

Mastering Busan in Three Days

Number of clicks9856   Number of reviews0   좋아요1
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
Busan > Geumjeong-gu
Geumjeongsan Mountain makes Busan even more beautiful

Geumjeongsan Mountain makes Busan even more beautiful

Number of clicks9809   Number of reviews0   좋아요6
Geumjeongsan Mountain in Busan, the most popular peak next to Bukhansan Mountain in Seoul . The mountain starts from Geumjeong-gu, Busan, stretching to Buk-gu in Yangsan-si in Gyeongsangnam-do. Thanks to its wide scope, it’s easily accessible both in the center of Busan and in the suburbs. In some cases, the entrance and the way out are far from each other. Let’s head to Geumjeongsan Mountain, which has the longest fortress in Korea, and Beomeosa Temple, one of the three largest temples in the Yeongnam area.
Busan > Geumjeong-gu
Cheongsapo Port and Mipo Port: Small sea villages in the center of city?

Cheongsapo Port and Mipo Port: Small sea villages in the center of city?

Number of clicks9796   Number of reviews0   좋아요10
Explore around a rural sea village even when traveling to the center of a city in Busan. Head to Cheongsapo Port and Mipo Port and enjoy the magnificent view of nature. Cheongsa, which means “blue sand” in Korean, is a name that evokes a fresh and pleasant image. Begin your trip from Jangsan Station on Busan Metro, and go over the hill to pass through the cross, entering the small sea village named Cheongsapo. As soon as you reach the hill overlooking the village, you’ll be mesmerized by the beautiful view of Cheongsapo.
Busan > Haeundae-gu
Discover the Dramatic History of Choryang

Discover the Dramatic History of Choryang

Number of clicks9737   Number of reviews0   좋아요2
Ah, Busan! There are so many things to see, so many places to visit. When in doubt, start off from the gateway to Busan at Busan Station. Walking outside the station and crossing the street brings you to Busan Chinatown and Texas Street. Just a short walk away lies Choryang Ibagu-gil, the living, breathing monument to the modern history of Busan and Korea. Like the story of Ariadne and the Labyrinth, Choryang Ibagu-gil leads the travelers into the mazes of the shantytown, into the past of the city.
Busan > Dong-gu
Meet the forest preserved for over 400 years in its natural state

Meet the forest preserved for over 400 years in its natural state

Number of clicks9703   Number of reviews1   좋아요9
The forest has kept its natural condition unopened to the public throughout the Japanese occupation, liberation, war, and industrialization. The Ahopsan Forest in Gijang-gun, Busan, is a place that was not open to the world for 400 years. “Ahopsan” of Ahopsan Forest is a pure Korean word that means embracing the nine valleys.
Busan > Gijang-gun
In Search for the Best Views on Busan’s Bridges

In Search for the Best Views on Busan’s Bridges

Number of clicks9702   Number of reviews0   좋아요4
At first, there were points, which then people connected two lonely dots with a bridge. These dots became a line, thus creating a new road. Once the distance between the two points was connected, the people of the two points were finally able to meet anytime and bridge their longing for each other. Busan’s bridges are the children of love and longing for the lonely and the missed. Perhaps, that’s why the gigantic structures of steel and concrete seem to beat with the warmth of the heart. When the night falls, such warmth turns into brilliant colors that create dazzling sceneries of dancing light. We set out in search of the bridges that make Busan what it is.
Busan > Suyeong-gu
A path where the sky and the sea meet, Yeondaebong Peak on Gadeokdo Island!

A path where the sky and the sea meet, Yeondaebong Peak on Gadeokdo Island!

Number of clicks9678   Number of reviews0   좋아요3
Gadeokdo Island, whose name came from its abundance of bonnet bellflower roots called deodeok, is the largest island in Busan. However, it is also a strange place for some people because it is located at the west end of Busan, and is said to have been inhabited since the New Stone Age. Historically, it had a long ill-fated relationship with Japan from the Japanese invasion of Korea to the Japanese occupation. In addition, Yeondaebong Peak, the highest point of the island, has firmly embraced its heartbreaking history until today.
Busan > Gangseo-gu
Korea National Maritime Museum, the Flower of Maritime Culture

Korea National Maritime Museum, the Flower of Maritime Culture

Number of clicks9656   Number of reviews0   좋아요6
Busan equals ocean, and ocean equals Busan. But how much do we actually know about the oceans of Korea? The Korea National Maritime Museum, where stories of all oceans around the world begin, connects the past, present, and future of the ocean.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu
How to Get the Best out of Haeundae

How to Get the Best out of Haeundae

Number of clicks9640   Number of reviews0   좋아요3
Some people say that it’s the sea’s job to create waves. However, what matters is that we’re able to wipe all our worries away just by watching the sea work its magic. Unlike summer, the winter sea exemplifies tranquility and respite by itself. People, who once filled the shores last summer have disappeared like the ebbing tide. The days of the hustle and bustle are gone, and the beach has now reclaimed its serenity. This is the best time to enjoy the charms of the sea to the fullest.
Busan > Haeundae-gu
Yeongdodaegyo Bridge, a space of promises and tears

Yeongdodaegyo Bridge, a space of promises and tears

Number of clicks9575   Number of reviews1   좋아요11
While moments spent at Yeongdo Bridge no longer remain, there are still people who tear up just by thinking about the old days. This space was where people separated from their families during the war swore to survive and meet at Yeongdo Bridge. Written as Yeongdodaegyo Bridge and read as Yeongdo Bridge.
Busan > Yeongdo-gu

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