Fell in love with this place on my visits, the food is amazing and the fish market was like nothing I have ever seen before. A great blend of tradition and modern technology.
About Busan (Pusan), South Korea
Pusan is South Korea's second largest city and largest port, handling most of the nation's foreign trade. Lying at the head of the Naktong River basin, it has served as a main southern gateway to Korea from Japan. Historic landmarks include the Kyongbok Palace, built in 1394 by the first monarch of the Yi dynasty; the Changdok Palace, containing many valuable relics; and the Toksu Palace, which houses the National Museum and Art Gallery.
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Booked a excursion, Was a very industrial port so no walking off the ship but once you got into town it was the most amazing thing I ever seen with the apartment buildings going forever miles and miles of apartments.
3 of 1 shore excursions in Busan (Pusan), South Korea.
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