Gamcheon Culture Village
Gamcheon Culture Village is often known as the “Machu Picchu of Korea.” The houses on the terraced hillside, labyrinth-like alleyways, and stamp tour will make you want to visit the village again and again.
BIFF Square - Yeongdusan Park
It is the best-known place where you can feel the atmosphere of Busan, the city of film. Do not miss an exciting chance to take a look around at the handprints of filmmakers and enjoy the delicious local food.
The 120-meter high Busan Tower commands a particularly impressive view of Busan. It is also loved as a break area downtown where various programs and events are held each season.
Busan Citizens Park
It is Busan’s largest urban park and is equipped with woodland paths, walking trails, a labyrinth garden, a sandy beach within the park, culture and arts village, a book cafe in the forest, children’s play areas, and a large grass square. In particular, a tunnel fountain, musical fountain, and high fountain soaring into the sky are the must-see attractions available only at Busan Citizens Park.
Millak Waterside Park
It is Korea’s first waterfront park, a place of relaxation where you can enjoy the ocean view, located between Haeundae and Gwangalli. Millak Waterside Park is equipped with amenities, such as benches, shade huts, flower gardens, and a walkway with colored blocks. Sitting in the stands, you can even enjoy dipping your feet in the sea at high tide.