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
Busy Dong-gu district is a transport hub, with Busan Station’s intercity train links, plus ferries to Japanese destinations from Busan Port International Passenger Terminal. There are port views from the 168 Stairs, a 6-story vantage point that’s accessible by foot or monorail. Chinatown, in the Choryang area, is packed with no-frills dumpling and noodle restaurants, along with Uzbek, Korean, and Japanese eateries. ― Google
There are many currency exchange stores.
There is also a Taxas street.
Not much to do at night. There are bars.
Busan Mall on the opposite side of the China Town
Diorama of History
Spot to see night view of the city.
It’s just a street and decks of building, but beautiful nightview.
It seems closed to the Chinatown, but difficult to walk there.
It can be accessed by a bus.