Haedong Yonggungsa TempleHaedong Yonggungsa Temple is a rare temple that is located along the sea shore as most temples in Korea are located in the mountains. We will be able to enjoy the view from the temple during sunrise.
Jagalchi MarketJagalchi Market is a must when it comes to seafood. Be prepared to be hit by the smell of the sea in the market as the fresh seafood offered there is directly brought to there after being caught from the sea in the early morning of the day.
Gamcheon Culture VillageGamcheon Culture Village is the embodiment of beauty and chaos put together. While there are houses everywhere and the pathway may not seem aligned, the out-of-place structures and colourful paintings of the lego-like houses are what makes it beautiful.
Yongdusan park and Busan TowerYongdusan Park has many attractions to offer. While Busan Tower gives you a view of the city from above, there are also the statue of the 166thcentury naval hero Yi Sun-sin, Korean Traditional Bell, Museum of World Folk Instruments, Flower Clock, Locks of Love etc.
Busan City Tour
We have organised a trip to the beautiful city of Busan which is the second largest city and the largest seaport in South Korea. In this trip, we will be offering you a chance to see the hidden attractions and traditional markets around the city. This tour will be an exciting experience to immerse into the culture of the local people. We have organised transportation to travel to Busan and will be visiting different attractions in Busan and give a chance to enjoy the sunrise from Haedong Yonggungsa Temple. You will have a chance to visit the city in your likings or you may view our guide on the attractions in the city of Busan.
What to Expect
Attractions in Busan
Haedong Yonggungsa Temple
Haedong Yonggungsa Temple is a rare temple that is located along the sea shore as most temples in Korea are located in the mountains. We will be able to enjoy the view from the temple during sunrise.
Known by many as the most beautiful and charming beach in South Korea, Haeundae Beach stretches up to 1.5km long and considered by many as one of the best places to relax and enjoy. Because of its popularity, many visitors take it as a must to visit, but despite that, the beach is still very well-maintained and surprisingly clean. It is the perfect spot for group outings, families, romantic date and self-relaxation. If you would like to have a taste of the food around the area, Haeundae Market has got you covered with its fresh and live seafood, as well as other traditional Korean food.
Gukje Market and Kkangtong Market
Gukje Market is one of the famous markets in Busan and has different items offered to customers, which is also why you rarely see someone return empty-handed. Aside from shopping, it also has many different traditional Korean food to offer. The Market is famous for its exotic and local street food offered. You will be able to try especially Busan’s iconic seed hotteok (sweet pancake with nuts) in this market.
BIFF stands for Busan International Film Festival Square, used to be home to fame film festival. It is a top spot for film lovers as there are celebrities finger prints along the path. If you have time, you may be lucky to catch a K-drama film in the theatres there as well.
Jagalchi Market is a must when it comes to seafood. Be prepared to be hit by the smell of the sea in the market as the fresh seafood offered there is directly brought to there after being caught from the sea in the early morning of the day. There are also many fresh seafood restaurants, street food and shops around the area.
Gamcheon Culture Village
Gamcheon Culture Village is the embodiment of beauty and chaos put together. While there are houses everywhere and the pathway may not seem aligned, the out-of-place structures and colourful paintings of the lego-like houses are what makes it beautiful. Along the alleys and steep steps, there are many different art pieces along the way, so be prepared for the art galleries, handicrafts shops and street arts.
Bosu-Dong Book Alley
The Bosu-dong Book Street is popular among booklovers because of its different variation of books, from old used books to new books. It covers many generations of books because of its history. During the Korean War, many people were forced to sell their possessions, including books, in order to buy food for their families. This made the street grow bigger and bigger, covering books from different genres, topics and languages. Because of this, it is no surprise that the books are piled up like mountains in the bookstores.
Yongdusan park and Busan Tower
Yongdusan Park has many attractions to offer. While Busan Tower gives you a view of the city from above, there are also the statue of the 16century naval hero Yi Sun-sin, Korean Traditional Bell, Museum of World Folk Instruments, Flower Clock, Locks of Love etc.
November 1st (Friday)
Yeongdeungpo Station Main Gate of Shinsegae Department Store
Samseong Station, Exit No.7
November 2nd (Saturday)
Arrive at Haedong Yonggungsa Temple & we will be able to have a view of the sunrise from the Temple, which is located alongside the sea shore
Depart from Haedong Yonggungsa Temple
Arrive at Haeundae Beach
Depart from Haeundae Beach
Arrive at Gukje Market & you may travel around as you would like or follow our suggested list of attractions
– Kukje market& Kkangtong market
– Jagalchi fish market
– Gamcheon culture village
– Yongdusan park
– Bosu-dong Book Alley
Departure to Seoul
Arrive in Seoul
The price is only 15,000won and includes the following
1) Private chartered round trip bus
2) English speaking tour guide
How to Pay for Trips
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6.Time and date you sent it
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5 days before the trip: Full refund
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