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Swim in the calm water of a sheltered bay, dine at waterfront seafood bars and see uninterrupted views of Gwangan Bridge.
Let your cares float away while you bob on a tube just off Korea’s most famous beach, where locals and tourists come to see and be seen.
Pull on ice skates, practice your golf swing or slip into a spa at the world’s largest department store. You’ll find great shopping and dining too, of course.
Enjoy swimming, surfing and live music events during the warm summer months at this quiet beach situated on Busan’s east coast.
Fine golden sand, lively restaurants, a sky walk and lively music festivals make this a popular beach in southern Busan.
Head to Busan’s most popular beach for a day of swimming, building sand castles and watching the impressive musical fountain show.
Sample the fruits of the sea at this sprawling fish market, the largest in South Korea.
Shop for clothing, homeware and souvenirs and sample typical Korean street food at this sprawling and lively market that is popular with locals.
After a day on the beach, relax with table games and slot machines at a small casino near the area’s restaurants and bars, not far from the ocean.
Haeundae Beach and Paradise Casino are top sights in Haeundae, and you should be sure to explore the stunning beaches. Hop aboard the metro at Haeundae Station or Jung-dong Station to see more sights in the area.
Travellers choose Seomyeon for its abundant dining options. Hop aboard the metro at Buam Station or Gaya Station and check out top sights like Lotte Department Store Busan Main Branch.
Spend some time visiting places like Gwangalli Beach while getting to know Jung-gu, and be sure to check out the abundant dining options. You can hop aboard the metro at Jungang Station or Nampo Station to see more of the area.
You'll enjoy the restaurants and museums in Yeongdo. You might want to make time for a stop at Taejongdae Park or Huinnyeoul Culture Village.
Noted for its beaches and bars, there's plenty to explore in Suyeong-Gu. Top attractions like Gwangalli Beach and Gwangan Grand Bridge are major draws, and you can hop on the metro at Gwangan Station or Suyeong Station to see more of the city.
Get to know Nam-gu and its many features like its restaurants and museums. You might want to explore sights like Oryukdo Skywalk and Igidae Park, and you can jump on the metro at Kyungsung University- Pukyong National University Station or Daeyeon Station to get around the city.