Busan (Pusan), South Korea Cruise Port

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Chicagosonny says ...
Fish market was fun and interesting
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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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MickieB says ...

Busan, South Korea was beautiful! The people were friendly and nice. Our tour was long and informative. We got to visit a temple, it was beautiful. We got to eat lunch, it was different but pretty good.

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