Bursting with mountains and beaches, hot springs and seafood, South Korea’s second-largest city is a rollicking port town. From casual tent bars and chic designer cafes to fish markets, Busan has something for all tastes. Come to this region to hike and to visit the Buddhist Temples located deep within the region’s mountains.


Hueundae Beach
Haeundae Beach is famous for the various cultural events and festivals held throughout the year. At Haeundae Beach there is a Folk Square where you can enjoy traditional games such as neolttwigi (seesaw jumping), Korean wrestling, tuho (arrow throwing), tug-of-war and yutnori. There is also the Beach Culture Center and the Beach Library.


Beomeosa Temple
Beomeosa Temple is located at the famous Mt Geumjeongsan. Constructed 1,300 years ago, the Temple is one of the largest in the country. It was established to realise the purpose of HwaEom which pursues life full of happiness and generosity.


Gukje Market
Gukje Market is bursting with the old-fashioned marketplace spirit. The largest traditional Shops in Gukje Market sell an assortment of new and used items. Since vendors deal in both wholesale and retail sales, the average customer can purchase various items at incredibly inexpensive prices.


Haeundae Dongbaekseom Island
The island has several different points of attraction, including the monument inscribed with a poem of scholar Choi Chi-won, the mermaid statue based on the legend of Princess Hwagok, and the Nurimaru APEC House. It also offers fantastic views of the Busan shoreline towards Mipo, Dalmaji Hill, Gwangangdaegyo Bridge, and Oryukdo Island. As the name suggests, camellias burst into bloom everywhere on the island from winter to spring.