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About Busan

The Korean Peninsula is located in North-East Asia. It is bordered by the Amnok River (Yalu River) to the northwest, separating Korea from China, and the Duman River (Tumen River) to the northeast which separates Korea from both China and Russia. The country itself is flanked by the Yellow Sea to its west and the East Sea to the east. There are several notable islands that surround the peninsula including Jejudo, Ulleungdo and Dokdo.The Korean peninsula is roughly 1,030 km (612 miles) long and 175 km (105 miles) wide at its narrowest point. Korea's total land area is 100,033km2, and it has a population of 49.8 million people (2011). Because of its unique geographical location, Korea is a very valuable piece of land and an international hub of Asia.

Haeundae Blue Line Park
Haeundae Blueline Park is a core tourist facility in the Haeundae Special Tourist Zone of Busan as an international tourist city, which was built in an eco-friendly redevelopment of the old railway facility of the East Sea South Line.More Blueline Park operating Haeundae Beach Train and Haeundae Sky Capsule along the beautiful coastal scenery along a 4.8 km section from Haeundae Mipo through Cheongsapo to Songjeong. Haeundae Blue Line Park
If you follow the Haeundae Dalmaji Hill toward Songjeong, you can see Cheongsapo on the lower right.More Cheongsapo is famous for producing very high quality seaweed, and the sunrise here is already well-known for its beauty. There is a white and red twin port that blends with the breakwater, which is good for creating "life pictures" anywhere. Also, the Cheongsapo Daritdol Observatory has a transparent half-moon-shaped floor to give you a sense of urgency while walking on the sea. You can enjoy the beautiful coastal scenery of Cheongsapo, sunrise, and the natural scenery of the sunset while looking at the five rocks lined up from the observatory to the marine port. Cheoungsapo
Busan X the SKY
BUSAN X the SKY is located in the second highest building in Korea, Haeundae LCT the Sharp (411.6 m). In this highest, biggest-scale observatory, you can view the wide-spread ocean of Haeundae and the beautiful city of Busan.More On top of the world-famous landmark of Busan such as the Gwangandaegyo (Diamond Bridge) and Marine City, you can view the day and night of Busan while you enjoy the premium services of the interior media facade, lounge cafe, and casual cafe. Busan X the SKY
Haridan-gil is the place that transformed the former Haeundae Station into a hot place and has won the grand prize at the local alley business district revitalization competition.More This is old and shabby residential housing due to noise and dust for over 80 years because of a railway, a former donghae and underserved areas. However, now, young small business owners have remodeled old houses to open cafes, restaurants, and bookstores, and the Haridan-gil Alley Business District has been created as Busan's "Emotional Alley Travel Destination." There are also colorful murals, which make it fun to find murals everywhere. Harrydan-gil
Yongdusan Park
Yongdu Mountain was located in the center of Choryang waegwan during the Joseon Dynasty and was a forested place. It was also called Songhyeon Mountain because there were many pine trees.More The most famous facility in Yongdusan is Busan Tower.
Busan Tower is an observatory where you can see the view of downtown Busan at a glance. There is also a statue of Chungmugong Lee Soon-shin, a Korean hero, inside Yongdusan Park.
Yongdusan Park
Oryuk Islands
Oryuk Island is a six-rock island that rises amid strong waves off the coast of Yongho-dong.More Oryuk Island was a small peninsula connected to land until 120,000 years ago, but it is estimated that it was formed separately from land due to erosion caused by strong waves over the years. The shape of the peaks and moe stands side by side in the middle of the sea, making them six peaks in the east and five peaks in the west. Oryuk Islands
Samrak Ecological Park
Samrak Ecological Park is a park with a wide range of natural grasslands such as reeds and lotus wetlands.More You can see cherry blossoms in spring, Ludbekia in summer and cosmos in fall. It's good for walking and for cycling around because it has bike paths for bicycles. It is also used as a natural learning center for children and adolescents as it has an aquatic botanical garden, a flower changpo complex, a mulberry bird colony, and a rice paddy experience center. Samrak Ecological Park
Temporary Capital Memorial Hall
In 1950, when the Korean War broke out, the capital was relocated and Busan became the temporary capital. (1950-1953) More At that time, President Rhee Syng-man used the governor's office in South Gyeongsang Province, which was located in Busan, as the presidential residence, and served as a state guest. It is now decorated as a temporary capital memorial hall, displaying relics and various photographic materials used by the president. It shows the life of refugees and the reality of the Korean economy at that time, including models of trains traveling between Seoul and Busan, letters of condolences from the father who sent his son to the battlefield, and images of evacuation schools. Temporary Capital Memorial Hall
Gamcheon Culture Village
Gamcheon Culture Village is now the most beautiful Daldong in Korea as artists and villagers conducted a "Village Art Project" to preserve the appearance of Daldongne and to enhance the characteristics of the village.More Labyrinth-like alleys have become a way to bring back old memories and fun rather than inconvenience, and old and shabby houses look like antiques displayed in museums. Every corner of Gamcheon Culture Village has become a huge art museum without a roof. Gamcheon Culture Village
Songdo Beach
Songdo Beach opened in 1913 and has the title of Korea's first public beach.More If you choose a regular cable car and a transparent floor cable car, you can ride a marine cable car with a view of Busan Tower and Namhyang Bridge. The 365-meter-long cloud walkway has a bridge floor made of tempered glass, giving you the feeling of walking on the sea. Lastly, there is a turtle-shaped diving table so you can feel the pleasure of diving freely into the sea. Yongdusan Park

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