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Busan Familiarization Tour

Tour Courses (TBC) – Optional

Course 1. West Busan Attractions
  • Gamcheon Cultural Village
    Gamcheon Cultural Village

    Gamcheon cultural village 1950 begins with the grounds of the difficult life of refugees 6.25 is a place that retains a section of traces and history of the peoples of Busan Modern History to the present day intact.
    Along the foothills neatly lined with terraced housing form groups and all through the length of the alley maze officer uniqueness of Gamcheon only shows.

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    Songdo Sea Cable Car

    Songdo Sea Cable car was reborn as the brand of Busan Air Cruz in June 2017 through a restoration project to revive the old reputation of Songdo Beach, Korea's first public beach.
    From Songlim Park east of Songdo Beach to Amnam Park west of Songdo Beach, you can enjoy the thrill of being in the middle of the sea, as well as Songdo Beach, Busan Yeongdo and Namhang Bridge, Songdo Coastal Dulle Road, and the surfacing cliffs.

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    Gukje Market∙Jagalchi Market
    The largest market in Busan, is a place steeped in history. Gukje market began during the Korean War in 1950. Even today, the area is bursting with the old-fashioned market place spirit, similar to that of Namdaemun Market in Seoul. Shops in Gukje Market sell an assortment of various items that can be purchased at incredibly cheap prices.

    ‘Come, see, and buy.’ This is Korea's biggest fish market. The crude but nostalgic dialects of the female merchants as well as the fresh seafood are the special features of the market. Visitors can feel full of energy and vitality just by browsing around the market.

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    Yongdusan Park

    This park, which can be early reached from Gwangbokro by escalator, provides a space for relaxation in the downtown. In this park, Busan Tower, an icon of the city, stands in stately glory. The night view of the beautiful Busan harbor from the 120-meter-high observation deck is unique and gorgeous

Course 2. East Busan Attractions
  • Haedong Yonggung Temple
    Haedong Yonggung Temple

    The motto of Haedong Yonggung temple is "At least one of your wishes will be answered here through your heartful prayers." The sea has been with human-being in history from long time ago. It was very calm sometimes while furious sometimes. The Haedong Yonggung temple is situated near the sea unlike other temples located in mountains, therefore it's quite reasonable to call this temple an aquatic Buddhist sanctum.

  • 감천문화마을
    F1963

    F1963 was established in 2016 by global wire manufacturer Kiswire. In its name F1963, the letter “F” stands for factory while “1963” denotes the year that Kiswire built its first factory in Busan’s Suyeong District. With the hosting of the Busan Biennale 2016 on September 2016, F1963’s first opening event, the factory that had manufactured wire ropes for 45 years from 1963 to 2008 has been reborn as a multicultural complex. F1963 is an eco-friendly space that brings people, art and culture together.

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    Yongdusan Park

    This park, which can be early reached from Gwangbokro by escalator, provides a space for relaxation in the downtown. In this park, Busan Tower, an icon of the city, stands in stately glory. The night view of the beautiful Busan harbor from the 120-meter-high observation deck is unique and gorgeous

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    Gukje Market∙Jagalchi Market
    The largest market in Busan, is a place steeped in history. Gukje market began during the Korean War in 1950. Even today, the area is bursting with the old-fashioned market place spirit, similar to that of Namdaemun Market in Seoul. Shops in Gukje Market sell an assortment of various items that can be purchased at incredibly cheap prices.

    ‘Come, see, and buy.’ This is Korea's biggest fish market. The crude but nostalgic dialects of the female merchants as well as the fresh seafood are the special features of the market. Visitors can feel full of energy and vitality just by browsing around the market.