Busan Trip

Busan before COVID

Part1: Jung-gu, the first downtown from the airport
Part2: Jung-gu, Lotte Departmentstore, View of the city
Part3: Saha-gu, Gamcheon Culture Village
Part4: Seo-gu, Saha-gu, Songdo Beach & Sunset at Dadaepo Beach
Part5: Jung-gu, Dong-gu, Chinatown & Nightview at Diorama of History (Jung-gu & Dong-gu)
Part6: Yeongdo-gu, Taejongdae Resort Park and Yeongdo Lighthouse
Part7: Jung-gu, Nam-gu, Museums
Part8: Haeundae-gu, the downtown with a beach
Part9: Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, the most beautiful temple in Korea
Part10: Nam-gu, Oryukdo Islands
Part11: Geumjeong-gu, Beomeosa Temple and Geumjeongsanseong Fortress



Haeundae-gu is a modern district known for seaside beaches like Haeundae, on a wide, sandy bay, and Songjeong, popular for surfing. Sharks and turtles live at Sea Life Busan Aquarium, while the Busan Museum of Art shows contemporary Korean and international work. Dining options range from homestyle local fare to food trucks and upscale global restaurants, and casual beer bars mingle with fancy cocktail venues. ― Google

Another downtown of Busan

Nurimaru APEC House

The name “Nurimaru APEC House” is the combination of the Korean words, “Nuri,” meaning ‘world’ and “maru,” meaning ‘summit’, while APEC stands for Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation.

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Around the place


The main street connecting the station and the beach. There were many shops and restaurants.

The beach had lgiht up at night. There were people playing musical instrument or singing.

Sea Life Busan Aquarium

Sea Life Busan Aquarium is an aquarium located in Haeundae Beach, South Korea. Wikipedia


There are Shinsegae Duty Free Busan, a big department store in Busan’s Centum City, a Cinema Street, several spots for nightview.






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