Upscale cafes, galleries galore, and a taste all together different than the rest of Busan.
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.
With five themes and 29 attractions, the park is the latest in the city’s revitalization projects to attract visitors and establish itself as a world-class city.
Korea’s largest aquarium is conveniently located right on Haeundae Beach.
The city office has decided to construct a park that will be four times bigger than Busan Citizen's Park as well as a folk village in Dunchido in Gangseo-gu.
Whether tooling around the side streets of Korea or taking to the open road, a bike can be a friend and a faithful steed.
Haeundae Beach will have a 150-meter long water slide starting tomorrow.
Gwangan Bridge will be closed for a night marathon this Saturday.
Busan's Suyeong-gu will hold a shell gathering event at Gwangalli Beach at 1 pm on the 30th.
Outdoor swimming pools around the city have opened up for those looking to cool off from the summer heat.