Moon Rabbit Photo Zone at Yongdusan Park
Turning the Ordinary into Something Special
“Moon, moon, a moon as round as a platter. Where have you gone? To Yongdusan Park, of course!”
The year 2020 has been rather difficult for everyone, and we hope that we’ll be able to return to a sense of normalcy as the new year approaches. During these weary days, Yongdusan Park’s Moon Rabbit nighttime photo zone offers a small solace.
The plaza in front of Busan Tower is now home to the mythical Moon Rabbit surrounded by beautiful lights. Korea shares the folklore of the Moon Rabbit with many East Asian cultures. In the tale, the moon shows the figure of a rabbit working tirelessly on a mortar, but these days, the rabbit’s apparently enjoying a vacation at Yongdusan Park. This nighttime photo zone is actually a public exhibition held to serve as solace to the people of Busan. We’re no strangers to the new phenomenon of the “Corona Blues,” so we hope that the Moon Rabbit photo zone can offer some comfort in these trying times.
** Restricted Access to Yongdusan Park Facilities
Because of the prohibition on gatherings (closure) imposed on major tourist sites to curb the spread of COVID-19, the operations of Yongdusan Park’s Moon Rabbit exhibition will be suspended from December 24, 2020, to January 17, 2021.
Address37-55, Yongdusan-gil, Jung-gu, Busan
Closing DatesOpen all year round
Operating Days and HoursOpen throughout the night
Traffic InformationExit 7 of Nampo Station on Busan Metro Line 1 → Walk for 7 min
Take Bus 134, 26, 30, 7, 71, 9, 103, 11, 113, 126, 15→ Get off at Nampo-dong→ Walk for 10 min
Parking: Yongdusan Park Public Parking Lot (payment required)