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City of Passion, Busan Travel Series 2

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Did you read the last post about introducing Busan?

However, there are too many things to do in Busan to introduce them all in just one post!

For those who feel inadequate, I will also introduce Busan today!

This time, I will introduce the northeastern part of Busan.

Let's begin😎

Seomyeon is Busan's largest downtown area. This place, filled with a variety of food and bars, is a favorite spot for the youth of Busan. As Busan's largest downtown area, it is a great place to enjoy not only restaurants but also various shopping options. Nearby is Jeonpo Cafe Street, where every alley is filled with charming cafes and boutique shops, allowing you to relax and unwind during your bustling trip to Busan. Be sure to visit the Seomyeon Pojangmacha Street that sell a variety of foods! You will be able to truly experience the local atmosphere.

Address: Bujeonje 1-dong Busanjin-gu, Busan

Gwangalli Beach is the most popular beach in Busan. At this beach, where the cool sea spreads widely, you can enjoy a variety of sea activities such as swimming and surfing. Another way to enjoy Gwangalli Beach is by walking along the well-maintained beach promenade. Every Saturday evening, a drone light show is held with the sea in the background. Enjoy the beautiful lights along with the cool night sea! At night, the nearby Millak Waterside Park transforms into a popular spot where young people enjoy drinking.

Address: 219 Gwanganhaebyeon-ro, Gwanganje 2-dong Suyeong-gu, Busan

Haeundae Blue Line Park is a tourist attraction that symbolizes Haeundae in Busan. On this sea train adorned with beautiful, vibrant colors, you can admire the beauty of Busan's sea while traveling along Busan Beach. At Cheongsapo, the intermediate stop, you can visit the Cheongsapo Daritdol Observatory, which features a glass floor extending out over the sea. Cheongsapo Station is also a popular spot for photography, so make sure to capture some shots of the passing trains! If you want something private, try the 4-seater Sky Capsule instead of the Blue Line Park!

Address: 13 Dalmaji-gil 62beon-gil, Haeundae-gu, Busan

Work: 9:30 AM–7:30 PM

Haedong Yonggungsa Temple is one of the most beautiful temples in Korea. Built along the coast, this temple showcases exceptional beauty by harmonizing with the sea. Unlike other Korean traditional temples, the unique Buddha statues and sculptures contribute to the distinctiveness of this temple. Write your wish on a piece of golden paper or toss a coin into the Buddha bowl to make your wish! If you walk along the coastal trail, you can enjoy the rolling waves and rocks.

Address: 86 Yonggung-gil, Gijang-gun, Busan

Work: 5 AM–7:30 PM

Are you tired from traveling? If you want to reduce travel fatigue, visit this place! SPA LAND Centum City is the largest spa facility in Korea. Located in Centum City, Shinsegae Department Store, this spa is a natural bathhouse that uses hot spring water sourced from 1000 meters below ground. After taking a bath or foot bath in natural water, you can enjoy various spa rooms inspired by different parts of the world, such as ancient Rome, Turkey, and Finland, all personalized to suit your preferences. If you're feeling tired, you may also consider receiving a professional therapeutic massage.

Address: 35 Centum nam-daero, Haeundae-gu, Busan

Work: 9 AM–10 PM

Busan X the Sky is the observatory of LCT, the second tallest building in Korea. When you take the high-speed elevator to the observatory, you can enjoy the blue sea of Haeundae and the beautiful Dongbaek Island during the day, as well as the night view of Busan along with the lights of Gwangan Bridge at night. It is also home to the world's tallest Starbucks and a romantic lounge cafe, so it would be nice to visit. Enjoy the blue sea under the blue sky and the endless horizon under the vast expanse of the sky!

Address: 30 Dalmaji-gil, Haeundae-gu, Busan

Work: 10 AM–9 PM



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