10 Tourist Spots in Busan


The Pinay Ajumma

painting of Busan at night and the illuminated Busan Harbor bridge

I have to admit that the only reason why I wanted to visit the second largest city in South Korea is because of the agonizing zombie horror-thriller Train to Busan. The flick moved me so much that I told myself “I should go to Busan someday.” And so it happened. My husband and I flew to the city of magnificent mountains, gleaming beaches, and divine seafood last Friday and stayed there until yesterday afternoon. We always try to make our trip laid-back since we define travel as something you do to see different things and have fun at the same time. So I usually opt for the places that are close to our hotel.

I’m a just-looking-around type of person so if you can relate, you might also find these places likable. Accessible by bus, train, taxi, and sometimes…

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