My husband and I just spent 5 days in
and despite the days of rain that prevented us from lying on the beach (argh!), I really like this city. It has a different flavor than Busan, Korea . It’s more approachable, the people a bit more friendly, and very easy to get around. With unique neighborhoods and beaches Busan has a lot of personality. Plus, if you like fresh seafood…this is the place to go. Seoul
So, I wanted to share two of my favorite spots. If you’re planning a trip to Busan you can watch my videos for directions on how to get there.
More To Do: Of course, there’s much more to see in Busan. The Jagalchi Fish Market,
Taejongdae Resort Park, and are just a few examples. We enjoyed a great hike into the woods that afforded us great views of Busan. You can also explore some new food dishes in Busan. We tried Nakji (raw octopus) at the fish market. The just sliced up octopus pieces are still squirming on your plate and the little suction cups will stick to your tongue. My husband savored the wiggly pieces while I quickly chewed one up and consider it a badge of honor to have done so! Yongdusan Park
So great atmosphere, unique food, and beautiful beaches…on a sunny day make Busan a worthwhile stop on your Korean journey.