Busan is the second largest city in South Korea after Seoul, but it is quite different from the capital. It is located on the Southeastern tip of the Korean Peninsula. Often called the "summer capital of Korea", Busan attracts tourists from all over the country and around the world to its beaches and festivals.
Right in the Haeundae District, the park is located on the peninsula and offers great views in all directions from the trail. Nurimaru APEC House, which was developed in preparation for the 17th APEC, can be found in the park. Dongbaek metro station is close by the park, with about 15-min walk.
It is one of the most famous beaches in South Korea. Because of its easy access from downtown Busan, the beach is busy year round with beach festivals. Visitors to the beach come from all over the country as well as outside of Korea. The famous Gwangan Bridge can be seen here. It is located by the Haeundae metro station.
A natural park with magnificent cliffs and dense evergreen trees facing the open sea. It is said that its name to have taken from King Taejong Muyeol, the 29th king of Silla Kingdom who liked to practice archery at the place after the unification of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. From Jagalchi metro station, take bus #8 or #30, get off at Taejongdae.