Busan, my second visit to South Korea. This time was the turn to enjoy the second largest city in the country. First, an advice for future travellers, we stayed in one of these hostels where you really feel like home (http://www.insidebusanhostel.com/). Jiyeon, the owner, was super friendly and we had good conversations with her and she gave us very good advises to prepare our trip.
Firstly we visited the Yonggungsa temple which was one of the must see of the city in all guides that passed through our hands. It’s a bit far form the center but it worth a visit:
It was September so we knew it was going to be difficult to take a swim but we still wanted to give a walk next to the Haeundae Beach. After that, we decided to make a long night walk and we were able to us to take several pictures of the buildings and Songjeong Beach.
If you go to Busan, definitely you should spend half day getting lost in Gamcheon Cultural Village
We wanted to get up to the Busan Tower, the idea was to take a good pictures of the sunset but it got too cloudy so we decided to wait until nightfall and definitely it worth it.
Last day, before going to the airport, we went to visit the Beomeosa Temple and we did a close short hiking to get a panoramic out the city
Not need to say that one of the highlights of South Korea is to enjoy the local food…who can resist to try an authentic Korean BBQ?
If you got in this website trying to find out if Busan worth a visit, the answer is yes 😉