Busan Children's Grand Park is the most popular destination for picnics for elementary school students in Busan. No surprise, considering its name.
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.
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.
The temple was founded in 1376 during the reign of Goryeo Dynasty of Korea. During the period of Uwang dynasty the great Buddhist preacher...
Well worth the long hike getting there, Seokbulsa is ranked #1 for “must see things” in Busan by Lonely Planet. Also known as Byeongpung-am...
Beomeosa is one of Korea’s Great 5 Temples. This large, incredibly serene, temple complex is accessible by subway and then a short taxi or...
Formed in the late 19th century, Jagalchi distributes almost half of the total seafood (both dried and fresh) sold in all of Korea.
Upscale cafes, galleries galore, and a taste all together different than the rest of Busan.
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