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Busan is Korea’s second largest city. Tourists often come to this region to hike and to visit the Buddhist Temples located deep within the region’s mountains. The Beomeosa Temple, founded in 678 AD, is perhaps one of the most frequented temples in the area and is always packed with worshipers and tourists. For art buffs, Busan offers several museums and historical buildings. If scenery is your thing, try visiting the Dongbaek Island, or bird watch at the Nakdong river estuary.
From casual tent bars and chic designer cafes to fish markets teeming with every species imaginable, Busan has something for all tastes. Rugged mountain ranges criss-crossing the city define the urban landscape, while events such as the Busan International Film Festival underscore the city’s desire to be a global meeting place. Note that Busan is within the boundaries of Gyeongsangnam-do but is a separate administrative unit with its own telephone area code.
The second-largest city in South Korea, Busan hosts everything from a world famous collection of hot springs to the world famous Pusan International Film Festival, held each fall. Busan is the coastal flipside to inland Seoul and it continues to compete with the capital, having launched a Summer Olympics bid for 2020.
Cheaper than Seoul and with a more laidback coastal vibe, Busan is the second choice for many visitors to South Korea but return visitors insist that it is the premier South Korean city. Haeundae Beach is just one of Busan’s attractions that have earned it the reputation as the holiday capital of the country.
Busan is a modern city and it lacks historical attractions. It is not a place to come to explore the past. This is the futuristic sub-capital of South Korea that forges a path to the future and mixes business with pleasure in an intriguing and unique way.
On busy summer days it seems that the entire South Korean population has decided to venture en masse to Haeundae Beach, easily the most popular summer waterside destination in the country. Jet-skis, health spas, South Korea’s beautiful people and miles of beach umbrellas you get the picture.
The calmer, less-crowded version of Haeundae Beach is reached by its own dedicated subway station (Geumnyeonsan) and faces the gargantuan Gwangan Grand Bridge, which is dramatically illuminated at night. Less expensive hotels and beach concessions draw a laidback crowd.
Taejongdae’s white lighthouse is one of Busan’s most famous landmarks. Steeped in imperial history and named for a king of the Silla Dynasty, Taejongdae offers several rocky islands and excellent seafood restaurants.
This is Busan’s central park and there are plenty of calm and green spaces underneath the rocket ship form of Busan Tower, which is a perfect reference point for new arrivals with its superb panoramic views from its observation decks.
Slightly to the south of downtown Busan, this is the city’s retail and recreation center. Several major subway lines stop here and there are pedestrian plazas lined with multiplex cinemas, shopping malls and bars.
Subway line number 1 intersects with subway line number 2 at Seomyeon, the bustling business district of Busan. The stock market and many high-rise commercial towers and five-star hotels are located here.
These type of noodles are similar to the traditional cold noodle dish (naengmyeon) but made with a different type of noodle, home to Busan. If you don’t like spicy, remove some of the spicy sauce from the top of the noodles and then mix thoroughly! The cold dish is a treat in summer and winter alike and shouldn’t be missed when in Busan!
Certainly one of the most popular dishes in Busan is sashimi. Jeongsu looked up one of the most popular Sashimi places in town in Haeundae. We went for dinner and ordered the popular couple set which included several courses of delicious raw fish and other seafood. The last course even included the traditional cut-up live octopus as well as a spicy stew. All of this for only 40,000 KRW ($40) per person. The chefs would prepare the fish fresh in the kitchen and serve it right away to the customers. Be sure to check out this incredible experience.
114, Jungang-daero, Jung-gu, Jung-gu, 48938 Busan, South Korea
Located in Busan, 45.1 km from Geoje , Crown Harbor Hotel Busan features free WiFi access and free private parking. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant.Every room at this hotel is air conditioned and features a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. All rooms have a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes and slippers.There is a 24-hour front desk at the property.Gimhae Airport is 11.3 km away.
54-1, Gudeok-ro, Jung-gu, Jung-gu, 48953 Busan, South Korea
Every room at this hotel is air conditioned and features a flat-screen TV with satellite channels. You will find a coffee machine in the room. Each room includes a private bathroom. For your comfort, you will find bathrobes, slippers and free toiletries.You will find a 24-hour front desk at the property.Gimhae Airport is 11.3 km from the property. Jung-gu is a great choice for travelers interested in shopping, markets and seafood.
292, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro, Haeundae-gu, 48099 Busan, South Korea
Overlooking Haeundae Beach, this upscale, high-rise hotel is a 9-minute walk from the nearest metro stop, and a 20-minute bus ride from the Busan Exhibition and Convention Center.
The modern rooms come with desks, flat-screens and Internet access, along with minibars, and tea and coffeemakers; some offer water views. Club rooms have private lounge access. Suites add living areas. Room service is available.
Breakfast (fee) is offered in a water-view cafe. There are 2 additional restaurants, plus a bakery and a bar. Other amenities include a fitness studio, a beachfront indoor pool, a spa and a business center. Parking is available.