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!
Address / Location
24, Jeonmang-ro, Yeongdo-gu, Busan | Check out their website here
How to get to Taejongdae Park?
1st option (via Busan City Tour Bus) – we chose this, will write a separate post all about this soon!
Stop No. 5 – around 45 minutes from Busan Station
2nd option (according to the Korean Tourism Org., check their website here).
From Busan Station, take Bus 88 or 101 and get off at Taejongdae Cliff Bus Stop. Other buses bound for Taejongdae: No. 8, 13, 30, 88, or 101.
*Local bus schedule is subject to change, please check to confirm before visiting the site.
How much? / Rates
Adults: 3,000 won
Youths: 2,000 won
Children: 1,500 won
Family Fare (families of 3 or more)
Adults: 1,600 won
Youths: 1,200 won
Children: 800 won
Groups (30 people or more)
Adults: 2,400 won
Youths: 1,600 won
Children: 1,200 won
*Children under 4 years – FREE
*There are also free baby stroller rentals available from 10am to 5pm
March to October: 4am to 12am
November to February 5am to 12am
9:20am to 6pm (runs
* Closed when the road may become slippery due to 5mm or more rainfall per hour in summer season, and snow or rain in winter season
* Ticketing may end 2-3 hours before closing time.
TRIVIA! Below the lighthouse there is a rock called Sinseon Rock which is named after the myth that gods and goddesses went there to relax.
At the bottom, there is a small market where you can buy fresh seafood, get the cooked or eat them raw. There are a few tables that you can also eat at. It is a bit far down so expect a lot of stairs, looked very interesting though!
TRIVIA! Taejongdae is also famous for the ritual of praying for rain, performed when there are droughts. Rain on the 10th day of the fifth lunar month is called the “Taejong Rain.”
I had a great time visit Taejongdae Park! Nice to see a different side of Busan. Have you been here before? If not, does it look like a place you would visit if you were in Busan? Let me know in the comments section below.
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