Mangmi-dong is becoming the latest hot spot for coffee consumers in Busan. This residential area has even garnered a new nickname, Mangmidan-gil, after the popular cafe area Gyeongnidan-gil Road in Seoul.
One of the city's most iconic restaurants, Merciel is another restaurant to visit and take in the night views that Busan has to offer.
The City of Busan will provide support for 35 local cafés that have been selected as "romantic cafes".
Built in a converted 1941 Japanese-style cottage, Cafe Choryang 1941 has become a popular stop for Instagram photographers and those looking for a unique experience in Busan.
Maison de Mare is a sun-drenched paradise, and even on a rainy day, the view is beautiful and romantic. Their homemade style food, brunch, salad, pizza and tongasu will add to your happy memories.
Dennis is a very cool factory style cafe tucked away near Bujeon station right near Song Sang-hyeon Square.
While brunch and outdoor patio's are nothing new to the dining scene in Busan, Terrace Cafe in Marine City is another that offers great views and fantastic, fresh food.
Haeundae district currently has the most Starbucks locations in Busan, with one district in the city yet to have a location.
Take in a grand view of Busan Harbor Bridge on the Sinki Cafe rooftop in Yeongdo.
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.