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Monday, January 16, 2017

Outdoors

Enjoying the great outdoors in South Korea.

Seokbulsa

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...

Beomosa Temple

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...

Songdo Beach – Busan, South Korea

Officially Korea’s first beach (as of 1913), Song-do has re-emerged as a must-stop on local tours. Song-do, which translates into Pine Island, was given...

Imrang Beach – Busan, South Korea

The 1.5-km-long Imrang Beach is also located in Gijang County and is famous for its fresh water and fishing. With the water level only...

Korea Ski Guide: Where to Hit the Slopes!

Though South Korea's hosting of the 2018 Winter Olympics is still far off, there are plenty of great spots now where you can try some gold medal runs of your own.

Songjeong Beach – Busan, South Korea

It may be just on the other side of Dalmaji Hill, but Songjeong feels much further away. The skyscrapers of Busan proper are blocked...

Dadaepo Beach – Busan, South Korea

Located at the estuary of the Nakdonggang River and just eight kilometers from downtown, Dadaepo Beach is a great place to chill out and...

Jagalchi Fish Market

Formed in the late 19th century, Jagalchi distributes almost half of the total seafood (both dried and fresh) sold in all of Korea.

Dalmaji Hill

Upscale cafes, galleries galore, and a taste all together different than the rest of Busan.

Busan Tower

Located in Yongdusan Park, the 118m tall Busan Tower is the area’s one true tourist trap, but well worth a look due to its central location to other great spots like Jagalchi Fish Market and Nampodong’s excellent shopping.

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