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Gukje & BIFF Square nightlife areas are easily two of the most popular destinations to go shopping in Busan, South Korea. I had a chance to walk around the vast shopping streets before and after heading to Busan Tower. Take a look at what I saw!
The Kyungsung University nightlife area, located in the Nam-gu district of Busan, South Korea, is not only popular for undergraduate students at the school, but also for both locals and tourist alike...READ MORE!
Haedong Yonggung Temple is a picturesque cultural and historical landmark located along the rocky seaside shores of Busan, South Korea. I had a chance to visit the temple during my weeklong vacation exploring Seoul and Busan. Here’s what I had a chance to see!...READ MORE!
Busan’s Gwangan Bridge runs 7,420 meters long, is 24 meters wide, contains eight lanes, and serves as a stunning landmark for South Korea’s second largest city. Gwangan Bridge officially opened in January of 2003 and has since supported thousands of vehicles traveling back and forth between Haeundae and Suyeong each and every day...READ MORE!
Haeundae Beach is one of South Korea’s most popular beaches, attracting more than a million tourists every year. Conveniently located about 40minutes away from the main railway station in Busan, the area has become heavily populated with locals and expats alike, while increasingly transforming itself into a rich beachfront area that includes a number of high-rise apartments, 5-star hotels, restaurants, shopping centers, entertainment facilities, and bustling nightlife venues...READ MORE!
Songjeong Beach is 1.2 kilometer beach located in Busan South Korea. Renown for its shallow waters and scenic mountainside views, the beach provides a less crowded and less expensive escape for visitors looking to enjoy some leisurely fun on one of Busan’s many waterfronts...READ MORE!
Samkwang Temple, or Samgwangsa Temple, is a historical and cultural gem tucked away in Busan, Korea’s second largest city. Founded in 1983, the temple follows the Cheontae Order of Korean Buddhism and has a large local following. Samgwangsa Temple is especially famous because every year in May Buddha’s birthday is celebrated with thousands of colorful and decorative lanterns strung across its grounds making for an absolutely dazzling display...READ MORE!
A trip to Busan, South Korea is not complete without paying a visit to Gamcheon Culture Village, an exotic zone filled with colorful and densely packed terraced houses, winding streets, narrow alleyways, murals, and picturesque views from high above a lush green mountainside...READ MORE!
Busan Tower offers a spectacular 360 degree view of Busan from 118-metres high above Yongdusan Park. Originally built in 1973 and used for entertainment purposes, the tower is a popular landmark attraction for tourist visiting the city each and every year...READ MORE!
My 7 day travel adventure across Seoul and Busan in South Korea was one hell of adventure. I explored so many attractions and saw many interesting things. If you're thinking of traveling to South Korea make sure to check out my video above and feel inspired! ...READ MORE!
Don's ESL Adventure!
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