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Busan is a port city and one of South Korea's important transportation hubs for sea, land and air. Busan's coastal sightseeing spots primarily include bathing beaches and coastal parks. Haeundae Beach and Songdo Beach are favorite destinations for local residents. The city's attractions include historical sites, museums and art galleries. For families traveling with children, the Sea Life Busan Aquarium is a great destination to experience the glass bottom boat atop the shark tank. Art lovers can visit the Gamcheon Cultural Village to enjoy the colorful and artistically painted walls. Busan is famous for its seafood. You can eat all kinds of fresh hweh—Korean sashimi. The nightscape of Busan will sweep you off your feet, with the brilliant lights of Gwangandaegyo Bridge and the city reflected by the water. As you stroll along the harbor, it is an intoxicating experience.
264 (Yudong), Haeundae Seaside Road, Haeundae-gu, Busan Metropolitan City
Haidong Longgong Temple is seen on the east coast of Busan and is a temple on the seaside in South Korea. The temple is surrounded by the mountains and seas. There is a landscape of sea water as well as multiple sculptures put together by Guanyin, such as four lions and three stone pagodas. The special scenery of the Dragon Palace is the 108th order and Sunrise Rock. From the entrance of the Dragon Palace, it is necessary to walk 108 steps to the temple, and Sunrise Rock is located in the center of 108 steps. During the lunar calendar in April, the entrance to the Dragon Palace is full of cherry blossoms and the scenery is very beautiful.
Gamcheon Culture Village has preserved the historical traces of modern Busan. In order to maintain this feature, artists and local residents have joined hands to create village art. Walking through Gamcheon Culture Village, you can see the colorful murals. From the observatory, you can see the sea not far from there. In art stores. You can also enjoy and purchase some delicate small gifts.