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Pusan

Brief
Busan which is known to the people as Pusan is the second largest city of Korea. The population of Busan is about four million people. The city of Busan lies in the southeast part of South Korea and operates as the main port for the international cargo in the country. The port also acts as the place for the passenger ferries towards Japan and Jeju (Cheju) Island. Busan is Korea's second largest city and the number 1 commerce port. Busan is the first truly international city of Korea.


Reasons to visit
We welcome you to the most exciting tourist attractions and travel destinations which are given below. We take into notice each and every details about recreation, entertainment, adventure and relaxation. By looking at the things to do in city one can see if that spot offers romance, family fun, sightseeing or adventure. Drill down into the tourist attractions below to find out more about each place and see how the local customs create a unique atmosphere.

Pusan
Busan tourism offers an interesting line up of tourist attractions in the city as Busan being is Korea’s second largest city and the third largest container port in the world. Busan Tourism includes the remarkable bygone creation is Beomeosa Temple and Geumjeong Fortress, both of which are in Busan. Busan tourism’s charm lies in the laid back feel of its beaches and coastal areas such as Teajongdae, as well as major events like the annual Busan International Film . Some of the main Tourist attractions in Busan are the Haeundae Beach, Gwangalli Beach, Songjeong Beach, Dadaepo Beach, Bermosa Temple, Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, Haeundae Dalmaji, Walk, Oryukdo Island, Yongdusan Park, AmNm Park, Busan yachting Centre and many more to name.

Shopping
Being the most important port city of Korea, famous for the seafood and beaches, Busan has a plenty to offer to the ideal shopper. The Busanjin Market is a very unique market, in terms of the product that it offers to the customers.The Gujke market is an open air market, where you can find everything beginning from electronic goods to fashion wear. This is where most of the tourist head to in search of reasonably priced and a variety of products.

Festive celebrations
 Festivals and Events in Busan are scheduled all through out the year. Festivals and Events in Busan are also the main tourist attraction. Busan confirms its place as an international city of culture with an overflowing number of international cultural events throughout the year. Busan celebrates from new years to rock festivals to film festivals, sea festivals, polar bear swimming festival, festival on fishing, motor show, contemporary art, and tourism festival and then there is a festival to celebrate the spirit of many local festivals that is the Korea Festival expo.Busan's beautiful coastlines and mountains complement the festivals and events organized, making it all the more joyful and memorable. Such a culturally attractive tourism resource is unique enough not to be found in any other city in the world.

Blossom Tree Festival
Blossom Tree Festival is celebrated during the month of April at Gwangalli Beach. Exhibitions are a part and parcel of Cherry Blossom Tree Festival, Busan which includes a market for Korean traditional food, Korean agricultural and special products. The traditional Korean games like archery and Sirum which is Korean wrestling alike the Sumo of Japan will be enjoyed by the visitors attending the Cherry Blossom Tree Festival, Busan.

Busan International Film Festival
Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) is an annual event held every year in Busan, South Korea. It is regarded as one of the major film festivals of Asia.One of the major focal point of Busan International Film Festival (BIFF), Busan is to introduce latest films and the debut directors especially from the Third World countries.

Dalmaji Festival
Dalmaji Festival is one of the largest mythological festivals held on a wide scale across the country at the beach of Haeundae. It is the most famous beach of the country and is named by the scholar Choi Chi-Won of the Silla Dynasty. It is celebrated annually on New Year’s first full moon day by the Haeundae Development Association. It draws about 200,000 to 300,000 moon watchers every year around 15th January. The people visiting the place gather to watch the full moon rise over the Haeundae Beach and thus pray for their wishes to come true.

Gijang Anchovy Festival
Gijang Anchovy Festival is celebrated at the port city of Daebyeonhang has the richest harvest of Anchovies in Korea, especially in the months of April and May. The beautiful clear sea decorated with a lighthouse is not only popular during the Anchovy Festival, but is also a popular tourist attraction all year round.