The Oryukdo Skywalk, a glass floor viewing platform situated on the side of a 35-meter coastal cliff, opened in 2013, has been continuously gaining popularity domestically, as well as from abroad.
Bupyeong Kkangtong Night Market has been growing into a landmark tourism site four years after opening, captivating foreign tourists’ palates.
Samgwangsa Temple is well-known for the approximately 50,000 lanterns that illuminate its campus for Buddha's birthday.
Chinatown is a diverse area of the city with ethnic foods and currency exchanges available on every corner.
Outdoor swimming pools around the city have opened up for those looking to cool off from the summer heat.
Hiking. It happens in Korea. A lot. One hike in particular is well-known in the Korean hiking community, but little known in the foreign community --the Jagged Ridge Trail.
Located on the island of Yeongdo-gu, Taejongdae is a scenic park with great views from cliffs facing the sea.
The Dadaepo Sunset Fountain of Dreams is scheduled to operate until October 31st, 2017.
If Haeundae feels a bit like South Beach, Miami, then Gwangalli is Coney Island: laid back, more room to stretch out and a semi-abandoned, rusting amusement park.
While the summer bookend months of June and September are the best times to enjoy the beach with moderate crowds, July and August is when Haeundae explodes with upwards of 700,000 people swimming, lounging or shuffling along the boardwalk in the summer heat.