Busan Tower

Busan Tower – 120 meters high located at 69 meters above sea level, in the middle of Yongdusan Park.  A beautiful tower – similar to that of the Seoul Tower. This was our first stop in Busan! Click the link below to read more of what we got up to here!

Just a little back story of how we got to Busan from Seoul. 

So our train to Busan was scheduled for 12:30 pm (KTX train) which cost 59,800 KRW per person (equivalent to PHP 2,900 or USD 54). The ride was 2 hours and 30 minutes. We checked in to our hotel and had a little rest and when out for a little night walk at 6pm.

How to get here?

The closest station is, Nampo Station (Busan Subway Line 1). When you get there – take Exit 7, turn left onto Gwangbok-ro Street. Walk around 160 m to arrive at Yongdusan Park (escalator on the right).

We just walked here from our Hotel – it was probably around 20-30 minutes but it was nice to see the neighborhood.

Last hurrah! Few more uphill steps to Yongdusan Park where Busan Tower is located.

There are a few restaurants here as well, the temple looking building is a cafe called, A Twosome Place. There is also a small convenient store on the first floor, where we bought a few Korean snacks.

Rates / Admission Fees

Walking around Yongdusan Park is completely free but if you want to go up to the Observatory, here are the prices: *all prices are in Korean WonOpening hours: 10 am to 11:00pm (ticket office closes at 22:30)

Adults (ages 13 or more)8,000
Children (ages 3-12)6,000
Observatory for two people + Popcorn set:
Adults20,000
Children16,000
Observatory for one person + Burger set:
Adults15,000
Children13,000

For more information, you can check out their official website here.

Lotte Mall! We went here on our last day in Busan – it’s quite nice.
Gamcheon Culture Village – in the background. It’s a little hard to see but it’s the row of colorful houses just below the mountain!

Busan Tower – have any of you been here before? How was it? Did you go up to the observatory? Let me know in the comments section below!  ♥

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20 Comments

  1. Busan Tower looks spectacular. I am sure the view of the city from this point must be quite a dramatic. I Love the Love locks no matter where 😉

  2. Great post. Simple and effective. It gives all the information that I would need. I love your photos too. I like a post that has lots of photos to really highlight a place. Good work, really enjoyed your blog.

  3. I always look for higher grounds whenever I travel. Seeing the birds eye view of the place made my trip complete. And yes views from the top are spectacular. I will definitely include Busan Tower whenever I get the chance to explore the place.

  4. Wow, Busan Tower seems really the symbol of Busan that stands proudly at a height of 120 m! It is not expensive compared to many other towers in other countries. And when you look out from the observation deck the view and scenery looks beautiful 🙂

  5. What a super view! It looks like a great way to get your bearings in Busan. I have been to Seoul but will definiately add Busan to my list for the next time I visit S.Korea.

  6. If only I werent afraid of heights! Haha. The view from the top looks magical though. Great description thanks for sharing

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