Though Busan’s Yeongdo-gu office and the promotion committee canceled the Taejongdae Hydrangea Festival, many locals are still coming to see the beautiful hydrangea flowers.
Recently opened, the Songdo Yonggung Suspension Bridge completed the final restoration project at Songdo Beach.
Here are four recommended places around Busan to check out this summer.
The Taejongdae Hydrangea Festival has been canceled this year.
To commemorate the 10th anniversary of Galmet-gil, road facilities will be renovated starting from the second half of this year.
Some of Busan's finest, most awe-inspiring sunsets can be found on Dadaepo Beach, in Saha-gu (district), located in the far southwestern corner of the city at Amisan Mountain Observatory Park.
Haeundae Beach will partially open on June 1st the district announced, while it hopes beachgoers will adhere to remain vigilant in practicing social distancing.
A lovely walking and bicycling trail on both sides of the river encourage outdoor activities, while installed lights along the promenade create beautiful reflected night views along the water.
Preferences of where foreign tourists visit in the city depend on nationality according to recent statistics by the city of Busan.
According to the 2019 Tourism Industry Trend Analysis, while tourism was up by 0.4%, the top major destinations except for Dongbaeksom all took a significant hit in visitors.