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.
For around ten years, Sigolhanu Sigoldwaeji has been one of the best meat restaurants for locals and is well-known for serving fresh pork from Jeju Island.
Located on the first floor of a building around Haeundae Centum Hotel, Hobakgol has been loved by locals who miss grandma's food, which is hard to find among busy and soulless buildings since its open in April 2016.
Located behind Haeundae Beach road, Ilgwang Susan has been known for fresh hoe and pufferfish soup for around 15 years. Known for its pufferfish on the first floor and hoe on floors two to five, the restaurant has become a go-to for locals looking to relieve hangovers.
Situated around Pale De Cz in Haeundae, Yeyije offers spectacular Korean traditional course meals. You will feel the professionalism and care from the delicacies they serve for you.
Located in Mipo area, Haeunmaru has offered quality hoe course meals with pride for around ten years, and now has been one of the most loved raw fish restaurants in Busan.
Located on Dalmaji and overlooking the ocean, Giwajip Daegutang has been one of the "must eat at restaurants" in Busan for years.
Across from the UN Cemetery in Daeyeon-dong, Gongwon Kalguksu features an awesome combination of Kalguksu and kimchi.
This place is a very small and old-fashioned street food style restaurant run by a humble married couple. However, the food is impeccable -- especially their jjorudong is a definite must.