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Busan » Yongdusan Park

Address Busan-si Jung-gu Gwangbok-dong 2-ga
One of the city’s favorite tourist destinations, Yongdusan Park commands a great view of Busan and offers a variety of interesting tourist attractions like the Busan Tower and the Busan Aquarium. . It is called Yongdusan because the shape of the mountain looks like the head of a dragon that climbs to land from sea. And there are the statue of General Lee Sunsin who was a great commander in Joseon Dynasty period(1392-1910) and 4.19 Revolution monument, the student's anti-government revolt. The highlight of Yongdusan Park is a night view of Busan at the 120m-height Busan Tower. On a clear day, you can enjoy a grand view of Daema-do Island, of course Busan city, in this tower.

Busan » Sanghae Gate, Sanghae Street

Address Busan-si Dong-gu Choryang-dong Area
There are lots of overseas Chinese people living here with a much of red and many of Chinese signboards, Chinese restaurants, and Chinese school in Sanghae Street. This is only place in Busan where you can learn about Chinese cultures and traditions. China Town, which is located across the street from Busan Station, is also known as Shanghai Street. In 1884, Busan established ties with Shanghai in China and developed a Chinese community by building a Chinese school, residences and a consulate in the area. In this Chinese-style street you can see the Shanghai Gate established by both Busan City and Shanghai City.

Busan » Nurimaru APEC House

Address Busan-si Haeun Daegu U-dong Dongbaekseom Islan
The name Nurimaru APEC House is created by combining the Korean words nuri (“world”) and maru (“summit”), and “APEC House,” which refers to an APEC conference hall. Collectively, it means “a house where the world summits gather together for an APEC meeting.”  Located on Dongbaekseom Island, which is noted for its beautiful, natural landscape accented by dense camellia and pine trees, Nurimaru APEC House has been used as a memorial hall and a prestigious international conference hall since the APEC summit meeting. Nurimaru, a 3-story building, is a modernistic expression of “jeongja,” a pavilion in traditional Korean architectural style. Its roof shape symbolizes the ridgeline of Dongbaekseom Island. Its interior design is a visual display of Korea’s creative traditional culture.  The terrace, which has a Korean wooden floor concept, towers over Oryukdo Island, Gwangan Bridge and Dallmaji Hill. Located near Haeundae Beach, it not only offers a spectacular view of the beach, but also has the appearance of a reputable international conference hall featuring both modern and natural beauty.

Busan » Beomeosa Temple

Address Busan-si Geumjeong-gu Cheongryong-dong 546
Beomeosa Temple is located at the edge of Mt. Geumjeongsan, a famous mountain in Busan. About 1,300 years ago it was constructed by monk Ui Sang in the 18th year (678) of King Munmu (reign 661~681) of the Silla Kingdom (the kingdom mainly occupied the Gyeongsang-do Province region in 678A.D.). The original Beomeosa Temple building was lost during Imjinwaeran Invasion (Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592) but was renovated in 1713, which remains as it now is. Daeungjeon is one of the most delicate and luxurious architectures of the Joseon Dynasty (1392~1910). There is Iljumun, the three-story pagoda with four pillars, built in the 9th century, and seven royal palace wings, pavilions, three gates, and eleven hermitages.

Busan » Dalmaji-gil Road

Address Busan-si Haeundae-gu Jung-dong
Dalmaji-gil Road is a small walkway on the corner to Songjeong Beach, which are located just beyond Haeundae Beach, on the slope of Mt.Wausan. The landscape, with the blue sea, sandy seashore, and pine trees, is beautiful enough to be the representative place of this area for a long time to come. The Dalmaji Hill has 8km driving course and at the peak of Mt.Wau is a Dalmaji hill. On the top of the Hill is a clock tower, representing the marine city Busan, going forth and reaching out to the world. There is a pavilion called Haewoljeong, was built there in 1997. It is also known among poets and writers who visit the moonlit Haeundae to receive inspiration.