Since Busan is famous for it’s beaches, I definitely had to check out at least one of them. Good thing our tour bus, Busan City Tour Bus, had a stop right at Songdo Beach. We went here after the slightly disappointing Oryukdo Skywalk, it took around 45 minutes.
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After Taejongdae Park, my family hopped back on the bus and made our way to Oryukdo Islands and Skywalk. Here we walked across a 15-meter glass bridge at the edge of a cliff!
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Taejongdae Park, a rather beautiful place that is especially famous for its rock beach! After we visited Huinnyeoul Culture Village this was our next stop – travel time was almost around 10 minutes only.
First of all, we got to ride the Danubi Train, climb the light house and also got to see the amazing views of Busan. Click the read more button below to see my photos and read about my adventure here!
Welcome to Huinnyeoul Culture Village aka the White Rift Culture Village. This was our first stop on our first full day in Busan. It’s a small little village with a lot of character! Click the link below to take a sneak peak inside the village.
Looking for some authentic Korean cuisine or just want to check out a traditional Korean seafood market? If yes, then definitely stop by Jagalchi Market – where you can eat fresh raw fish right at the market.
PS. The Blue Crab Stew was amazing!!! Click read more to know more about we ate at the market!
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!
Sharing with you guys what me and family did in Seoul as well as some of the expenses. I didn’t include some of the other expenses like souvenirs – just wanted to give you guys a little overview! Click the read more button below to check it out 🙂