- Jagalchi Market
- Haeundae Beach
- Busan Film Festival
- Gukje/Mokja Alley
- Shinsegae Mall
- Lotte Department Store
|Gentle Monster display (Busan branch only)|
|Hoddeok Stand in BIFF|
The food markets are also located close to Nampo--Busan Film Festival (BIFF) area in particular is filled with many street food stands whether you are there in the morning or at night. Trying the nuts and sugar filled hoddeok is a must when you are at BIFF. Fishcakes and seafood are also well known in Busan. The food courts of both Lotte and Shinsegae department stores are worth visiting if you are into exploring more food options in an indoor spot. There are drinks, desserts, bakeries, and various cuisines.
|Bibimdangmyeon from Gukje Alley|
|Fish Cake Store|
|Twinning with our matching dresses from Nampo street stores~|
Some other spots I have been to in the past that are worth visiting:
- Gamcheon Village
- Busan Tower
Gamcheon Village is worth a visit, but do keep in mind that you will spend a few hours here just trying to navigate through the colorful houses. However, it is really nice once you get to the top of the neighborhood, where you can watch the sunset. Many of the houses are decorated with cute murals, great for a quick photo session!
The Busan Tower is similar to the Namsan Tower back in Seoul. Instead of a cable car, there is a long escalator that brings you up to the base of the tower. It's worth a visit to see the city from above at night, and there is a souvenir shop where you can purchase goods or postcards, and even mail it out there! (They provide stamps!) On the otherhand, Taejongdae is a scenic spot that's perfect for overseeing the ocean and taking in the beauty of nature.
Extra spots I didn't get visit:
- Dadaepo Sunset Fountain of Dreams
- Gwangan Bridge (Rainbow Bridge)