What better way to see Busan than on the top of a double-decker bus? Haeundae, Gwangalli, Taejongdae Park and Yonggungsa Temple are all on the docket as you take in the sights Busan has to offer.
A lovely walking and bicycling trail on both sides of the river encourage outdoor activities, while installed lights along the promenade create beautiful reflected night views along the water.
Located in Gijang amongst the blue seas and coastal rocks, this building stands out amongst the coastal fishing village nearby.
This weekend sees the return of the Ulsan Whale Festival, which saw its inception in 1995.
The largest water park in the southern region of the country, Lotte Water Park in Gimhae has more than 40 pools and rides for those looking to cool down from the summer heat.
Enjoy a leisurely stroll along Songdo Beach to check out the extraordinary sites around the popular tourist area.
One of Gyeongnam's representative food festivals, the Namhae Garlic and Hanwoo Festival returns this weekend.
The 2019 Haeundae Sand Festival was another success this year, bring hundreds of thousands to the beach to check out the beautiful sand sculptures.
The ten most beautiful tree-lined roads in Busan are some already popular destinations such as the walking path in APEC Naru Park and Dalmaji Road in Haeundae.
There is plenty to see and do besides the sculptures at this year's Haeundae Sand Festival which is scheduled from Friday through next Monday