What used to be an unassuming residential area has in recent years become another popular cafe destination in Busan. Step aside, Jeonpo Cafe Street; you're not the only caffeinated game in town.
The second edition of the Busan Independent Coffee Festival will be held this Sunday at the sunken plaza at Song Sang-hyeon Square in Busanjin-gu.
The La La La Festival, the only festival themed around dessert goods in Korea, will open near Oncheoncheon stream under Pusan National University Station in Geumjeong-gu, from the 4th until the 6th.
Possible rent increases of 25% to cafes at the popular Jeonpo Cafe Street may threaten the livelihood of many businesses in the district.
There are many versions of this treat, and with tastes becoming more evolved over the years, bingsu has grown into some highly diverse forms, with additional ingredients such as fruits, chocolate, caramel and more being added. So, grab a spoon as we dig into Busan's bingsu!
Tucked away off the main road in Yangjeong, halfway between Yangjeong and City Hall stations, Legit Coffee Roasters is a great spot to get an early morning caffeine fix.
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.