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South Korea’s second city is rather like the cheeky younger sibling of the more serious Seoul. With the city itself ranged across a series of mountains, life in Busan can sometimes seem quite literally like a rollercoaster. It has boutique cafes for those of you looking for a designer drink, and charming tent bars for something closer to a festival feel. In Busan you’ll find beaches and hot springs, as well as markets and malls - there is something for everyone. With its fast growing International Film Festival, Busan is a city that’s keen to engage with the world.
Busanjin-gu — Busan’s central district, Busanjin-gu is where you should head if you want to experience the clash between modern and traditional, which is particularly true of the Seomyeon quarter. Here you will find towering skyscrapers awash with neon coexisting with street vendors and warren-like backstreets. A trip to Seomyeon, particularly at night, is a feast for the senses.
Dongnae-gu — This district in the north of the city is known for the Heosimcheong spa, reportedly the largest in Asia. The spa provides the perfect antidote to aches and pains you might have accrued from hiking the city’s trails, or perhaps from a late night out at one of the city’s party venues. Geumgang Park also makes for a pleasant stop, with regular cable car access to the top of Mount Geumjeongsan.
Haeundae-gu — This wealthy area in the east of the city is where you’ll find Korea’s most famous beach. A magnet for tens of thousands of tourists every year, Haeundae-gu is a busy seaside resort, and also the location of Mount Jangsan, an evergreen destination for hikers.
Nam-gu — This southern district of Busan is home to both Kyungsung and Pukyong National Universities, and therefore a mecca for students. And where you find students, so too will you find an energetic nightlife, affordable dining and plenty of friends to be made.
Busan boasts a rich and diverse set of sights to behold. One its most idiosyncratic is Gamcheon Culture Village, once an unwelcoming slum, this mountainside neighbourhood was transformed when students started making artistic contributions to the rickety environment in 2009. Now it is a multi-coloured mountainside community of cafes, galleries, and good spirits. At the other end of the spectrum is Beomeo-Sa, a magnificent temple that belies its urban setting by deftly incorporating the surrounding mountain ranges as its backdrop.
Busan is renowned for it famous beach, Haeundae, where watersports and jet skis are available to enjoy. However if you’d rather stay on dry land, there are untold hiking paths to explore across Busan’s extensive mountain ranges, with everything from leisurely strolls on Moontan Road, to somewhat tougher expeditions along the coast at Igidae, to a strenuous five hour hike at Geumjeong-san.