Nestled in the middle of the small road between Geumnyeonsan Subway Station and Gwangan beach, Somunnan Chansutbul has been a must among eel connoisseurs in Busan for around 22 years.
Around a two minute walk from Geumnyeonsan Subway Station, Namcheon Kalguksu is known for their quality and affordable dining options located not far from KBS, Good Gangan Hospital or Gwangalli.
Located around 300 meters from the UN intersection, Mijeong would be a good option if you are around UN cemetery and love to try Korean spicy braised seafood.
Soban, located at the beginning of Dalmaji, offers a lovely galchi-jorim (spicy hard boiled Korean stew with hairtail) with wide open sea view and romantic interior.
Although Dwaeji-Gukbap is much loved in Busan all year round, it seems we need it more in the winter; it will fill your hunger for food and warmness as well as even loneliness.
Situated around 10 minutes from Yeonsan Subway Station, Jeonggyeongsiktak is a must for pork lovers. They cook aged, juicy cuts of Korean pork perfectly for you in their cafe-like ambiance.
With the calm view of Songjeong beach, Badahyang offers a great meal with Kkomak (ark shells), which are brought from Beolgyo in Jeollanam-do every morning. Wild kkomak is found on tidal flats from November to January in Korea.
Located in the Golden Mercia Building in Marine City, Chi Chi Boo is a Japanese ramen lovers delight.
Among some phenomenal traditional markets in Busan, there is one called Bujeon Market in front of Bujeon Station. It has everything you can imagine and some eating stalls that locals love.
Located about five minutes by foot from Yeonsan Subway Station gate 5, Pohanghoegwan has been known for its unique and delicious mulhoe (hoe in cold soup) for around twenty years.