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Gamcheon Culture Village

Our most recommended things to do in Gamcheon Culture Village

Busan: Full-Day City Tour

1. Busan: Full-Day City Tour

Board a comfortable air-conditioned van and head to the Haedong Yonggungsa Temple as you begin this full-day tour. After that, discover the lush green landscapes of Taejongdae Park. Ride the Danubi Train which makes several stops for you to admire views of the magnificent rocky seaside cliffs. If the Taejongdae Danubi Train is not running, you can head to other suggested attractions by tour guide instead. Take a break for lunch in the Taejongdae area. Next, visit the Songdo Skywalk and enjoy its amazing panoramic view of the surrounding area and sections with a clear glass floor. Step out and feel the sensation of walking on top of the ocean. You can also choose to take the Songdo Cable car and enjoy the breathtaking views of the city and coastline. Cable Car fee is not included but you can pay on-site for this extra experience. Afterward, continue to the colorful and quirky Gamcheon Culture Village before heading back to your departure point.

Busan: Coastal Wonders & Cultural Gems Tour with Sky Capsule

2. Busan: Coastal Wonders & Cultural Gems Tour with Sky Capsule

Dive into the heart of Busan's breathtaking beauty and culture on a full-day tour. Start your day with hassle-free pickups from prime spots like KTX Busan Station, Seomyeon, or Haeundae. Ride the Sky Capsule, walk the Oryukdo Skywalk, and explore Huinnyeoul and Gamcheon Culture Village. Start your day at your first destination, the Haeundae Blueline Park. Take the panoramic Sky Capsule. Immerse yourself in captivating seascapes that promise to leave you spellbound. Indulge in a delightful lunch set against this picturesque backdrop. Feel the adrenaline at the Oryukdo Skywalk, standing on transparent glass floors over a 35-meter-high coastal cliff, watching waves crash beneath your feet. Experience Busan's coastal magic at its finest. Next, dive into a cultural extravaganza. Wander through Huinnyeoul Culture Village, a cliffside sanctuary of art and history. Finally go for a visit to the Gamcheon Culture Village, a burst of colors and artistic wonders at every turn. As twilight approaches, start the return journey to Busan.

Busan: Private Car Charter Customized City Tour

3. Busan: Private Car Charter Customized City Tour

Busan is a city with both a rich culture and great natural beauty. There are numerous historical, nature, and cultural sites spread all around the city. With this private vehicle and kindly driver. You can craft a Busan experience that's perfect for you. Your driver will pick you up at your accommodation and take you wherever you’d like to go on either a 4Hours or 8Hour private customized Busan tour. We are offer pick up & send off service to the Cruise port, Airport, Train Station, Hotel Wherever You want. If you are looking for great beach sites, try Haeundae and Gwangalli. And in Haeundae, There is a tour-type train called Blue Line Park. You can ride it and see the sea from Haeundae to Songjeong Beach and Cheongsapo. For a history tour, the 14th-century seaside Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, Gamcheon Culture Village, and Yongdusan Park are great places to visit. There are also a myriad scenic lookout points which provide sweeping views of the area, including the Busan Tower, Taejongdae Nature Park, and Oryukdo Skywalk. And if you want to shop, There is also Lotte Mall, a large shopping mall located in Gijang, Busan, Busan International Market, full of traditions and food, is also a very popular place for tourists. Also, there is Centum Shinsegae Department Store in Busan, which is known to be the largest in Asia, so I think it will be a good experience to look around. Your driver will take you anywhere you want to go, and, at the end of your perfect day, take you back to your accommodation.

Busan: Gamcheon Village and Haeundae Blueline Park Tour

4. Busan: Gamcheon Village and Haeundae Blueline Park Tour

Choose your meeting point and then get on a van or bus. Sit back and take in the scenic views of Busan on a drive to the sea. Arrive at Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, which is built facing the sea, unlike most other temples that are in the mountains. Spend some time sightseeing here. Watch the train passing by on the Cheongsapo Railroad, with the beautiful view of Haeundae Beach in the background. Take photos of the Sky Capsule and some of the buildings as well at the Haeundae Blueline Park. Following this, continue to visit Gamcheon Culture Village in Yeongdo. Take some time to see this old village where refugees lived during the Korean War, and which is now a tourist destination. See the colorful buildings, sculptures, and murals. Finally, return to the starting point and get off the van to finish the activity.

Busan: Day Trip with Gamcheon Culture Village and Sky Walk

5. Busan: Day Trip with Gamcheon Culture Village and Sky Walk

After pick-up from your hotel, visit Songdo Sky Walk, a long, curving ocean trail that lets you enjoy the ocean view without getting wet. Venture out on to the viewing platform stretching out into the water so you can take pictures of the amazing coastline. After the walk along the sea, you will have a chance to take creative pictures to share on your social media at Gamcheon Culture Village, nicknamed the "Machu Picchu of Busan" with various graffiti, decorations, and sculptures. You will then continue on to Yondusan Park which contains the most popular mountain in Busan. Learn how the mountain got its name and how this mountain relates to the long history of Korea and the Korean War. Before the next stop, your guide will take you to a local restaurant for a chance to try popular Busan food. Then, explore Gukjet Market with lots of street food and stalls where you can observe the hustle and bustle of local Busan natives' lives. Jagalchi Fish Market will also give you a feel for Busan's unique fish market - this market is an iconic marker of the city of Busan. The tour will take you to Yeongdo Bridge, where you can see the bridge lifting up on one side to make way for large vessels. Your next stop will be Samwang Temple where the famous lantern festival is held, named a must-see temple by CNN. End your journey at Mount Hwangnyeongsan Observatory to enjoy an overview of the beautiful city of Busan.

Busan Private Tour Customized Exclusively for Your Group

6. Busan Private Tour Customized Exclusively for Your Group

- Begin your adventure at the Ahopsan Forest which is famous for being one of the densest and most beautifully grown bamboo forests in Korea. Enjoy this lush nature that has been nurtured and preserved for 400 years by the Moon family. Soak up its natural splendor and learn about its cultural significance and enjoy a space that has served as the backdrop for numerous Korean dramas, - Head to the Haedong Yonggungsa Temple and capture pictures of the most beautiful Buddhist temple in Korea. Let the location between the mountains and the sea, take your breathe away. Have the chance to make a wish and participate in a local wishing legend. - Drive by the Gwangandaegyo Bridge, an iconic landmark that is also known as the Diamond Bridge. See how it spans 7.4 kilometers across Gwangalli Beach. Head to the traditional Bupyeong Kkangtong Market which was established in 1910. - Hear about the history of the Bupyeong Kkangtong Market and how it developed from a market favored by Japanese residents during the colonial era to a Korean hub post-liberation. Find out how it was a vital resource for refugees to acquire necessities in the Korean War. Learn about how the market earned its name and see for your self how it has become a must-visit spot in Busan's international market scene. Snap photos of a vibrant array of colorful foods. Be introduced to important figures like Choi Min-sik, a celebrated photographer in the post-war period. - Explore the Gamcheon Culture Village, a charming and vibrant village in Busan. Admire BTS murals, colorful houses, and some amazing art pieces that adorn the streets. - Go for a walk on the Songdo Yonggung Cloud Bridge skywalk, the largest skywalk in the city. Stand on a bridge suspended 25 meters above the sparkling blue waters with panoramic views of the bustling Busan coast. ##### One of the advantages of this tour is its customizable nature. You can also choose to visit other Busan attractions that are not included in this tour package. For the most popular tourist destinations, please refer to the list below: Blue Line Capsule (40 min), Haeundae Beach (20 min), Dongbaek Island & APEC House (1 hour), Oryukdo Skywalk (30 min), Songdo Marine Cable Car (1 hour), Beomeosa Temple (1 hour), Huinnyeoul Culture Village (1 hour), Gwangalli Beach (20 min), X-the-Sky (1 hour), UN Memorial Cemetery (1 hour), Shinsegae Department Store (1 hour), Shinsegae Department Store Spa Land (2 hours), Magnate (40 min), Busan Tower (1 hour), Yongdusan Park (40 min), Jagalchi Market (30 min), International Market & BIFF Square (1 hour).

Busan Guided Small Group Tour for Up to 6 Cruise Guests.

7. Busan Guided Small Group Tour for Up to 6 Cruise Guests.

1. Haedong Yonggungsa Temple - This temple is the most beautiful temple in Korea located between the mountains and the sea, and many people visit it because there is a legend that it makes our wishes come true. Why don't you make a wish, too? Indulge in the flavors of Busan with a delightful selection of hotteok (sweet Korean pancakes) and odeng (fish cake). 2. Honok Traditional Cafe This place is called 'Hanok,' the most beautiful traditional cafe in Busan. At this place, you can experience the soothing melodies of the traditional Korean instrument, Gayageum, harmonizing with nature, and find a sense of time flowing slowly away in the modern world's stress. 3. Gwangandaegyo Bridge (Pass By) - Gwangan Bridge, also known as the Diamond Bridge, is an iconic landmark in Busan, South Korea. The bridge spans 7.4 kilometers across the Gwangalli Beach and is particularly stunning at night when it is illuminated by thousands of colorful LED lights. 4. Jagalchi Fish Market This market originated from women who fled after the Korean War and began selling fish here. It has since grown to become the largest and most famous seafood market of its kind. Now, thanks to its size, variety of seafood, and cleanliness, it has become a representative fish market in Korea. There is a famous slogan in this market, which in the Busan dialect is 'Oiso (come), Boiso (see), and Saiso (buy)'. 5. Gukje Market This market is one of the largest in Asia, a place where a variety of items coexist, ranging from fashionable clothing for men and women to food, souvenirs, electrical appliances, and cosmetics. After Korea's liberation from Japan, it became a trading spot for goods left by the Japanese, items brought by Koreans from abroad, and American products traded during and after the Korean War. This diverse mix of goods from different origins led to the market being aptly renamed as the 'International Market'. It's not just a shopping hub, but a living reflection of Korea's cultural and economic journey. 6. BIFF Square - This is not just a movie enthusiast's paradise, it's a vibrant hub where the allure of cinema and the excitement of urban exploration blend seamlessly. Imagine wandering through lively streets, where every step brings you closer to the illustrious handprints of renowned movie stars and directors. 7. Gamcheon Culture Village - It is one of the most representative places to show the hard lives of refugees after the Korean War. Currently, it has become a representative tourist destination in Busan with colorful and beautiful houses, murals, and artworks. 8.Songdo Yonggung Cloud Bridge - Imagine standing on a bridge, suspended 25 meters above the sparkling blue waters. The bridge spans 127 meters, providing a stable yet thrilling walkway high above the sea. This is a gateway to some of Busan's most picturesque landscapes. Whether you're a nature lover seeking tranquility, or just someone who appreciates architectural beauty, this bridge is a must-visit.

Busan Night Small Group Photo Tour (Max 7)

8. Busan Night Small Group Photo Tour (Max 7)

Explore the most beautiful top 4 night view points in Busan in just one night - Gamcheon Culture Village, Nuribaragi Observatory, Cheonghak Waterside Park, and Hwangryeongsan Mountain. At each attraction, you can experience and enjoy the city's sparkling night views and moreover your professional local photographer will help you have a picture taken of you with the beautiful scenery. And also since it’s a small group tour, it will provide you a friendly and comfortable atmosphere where you can make some travel friends in Busan while you are traveling with us and the other travelers. The tour starts from Busan Metro Station exit 2 at 7:00 pm and we will drive around the city and make 4 stops to take pictures of you with the beautiful night sceneries of Busan in the background where we believe that it's the best way to capture the Busan's night. Once the tour ends at 10:20 pm. We will drop you off at either Namcheon station or Seomyeon station.

Busan Private Tour with a Local

9. Busan Private Tour with a Local

Explore the city with a friendly local who is passionate about their city and eager to share all the tips and tricks that will help you make the most of your visit. Choose a 2, 3, or 4 hour tour and meet your local guide where you're staying to get familiar with the neighborhood. Find out about the best places to eat and buy groceries, the easiest ways to get around and the top things to see and do. By the end of the tour, you'll feel more comfortable navigating your way around the city and confident that you have all the information you need to make the most of your stay. During the walking tour you’ll also have the option of taking public transportation or taxi. Please indicate if you’d like a private car included in the tour.

Busan: Full-Day City Tour with Blueline Park Beach Train

10. Busan: Full-Day City Tour with Blueline Park Beach Train

Start your adventure at the Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, a beautiful Buddhist temple nestled along the coastline. Enjoy stunning views of the sea from this tranquil spot. Continue to Blueline Park at Songjeong Station, where you'll experience the delightful beach train ride. Soak in panoramic views of Busan's breathtaking beaches and the expansive blue ocean. After enjoying the views, savor a leisurely lunch in the Mipo Station area. This bustling seaside spot offers a variety of local culinary delights, allowing you to taste the flavors of Busan. Next, visit Gamcheon Culture Village. Admire its steep, narrow alleys, brightly colored houses, and myriad murals and sculptures. Finish your tour with a visit to the Songdo Skywalk, a cantilevered glass walkway extending over the ocean. Take in breathtaking views of the coastline and the urban landscape.

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What people are saying about Gamcheon Culture Village

Overall rating

4.6
(188 reviews)

It was an amazing trip. Our guide Roy was really supportive and teached us a lot about the history and culture of the country and the places visited. He also gave us a lot of tips of some other places to visit in Busan 😊. Me and my husband really enjoyed it and really recommend it 😊🫰.

Great great experience with the tour !! One of the best trip we ve ever experienced in korea !! Shout out for our tour guide LUCY !! You are the best !! 5/5 experience and 100% worth of every penny !!

One of the best days spent in Busan, Tomy super helpful and prepared, I highly recommend it. We particularly liked the temple, gamcheon and the cable car over the sea, wonderful!

This tour covered a lot of ground, with enjoyable sites. Guide, Howan, communicated prior to tour to assure everything was fine. He gave us good information throughout the day.

the transport is a little long, but hey the city of Busan is quite big so I can understand, the time spent in the vehicle