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Busan: Night Viewpoints with Evening Cruise w/ Fireworks

Busan: Night Viewpoints with Evening Cruise w/ Fireworks

Start your night tour with a romantic cruise along the coastal side of Busan. See the lights sparkling on the city's landmarks along the Haeundae Beach. Admire breathtaking landmarks such as Nurimaru APEC House on Dongbaek Island, Centum City, Gwangandaegyo Bridge (Korea's largest marine bridge), the unique scenery of Igidae Park, Oryukdo Island, the rocky coastline and forests of Taejongdae, Busandaegyo Bridge, and Jagalchi Fish Market. Next, head over to the panoramic viewpoint at Hwangnyeongsan Mountain, located in the heart of Busan. It is the 2nd-highest mountain within the city and is the perfect spot to take amazing snapshots of the city's night skyline. Then, visit the Busan Cinema Centre where endless light patterns and visuals are projected across the whole building. Here, you can experience the contemporary side of the city which is considered as the heart of the film industry in Korea. Finally, take a walk around the neighborhood before enjoying a comfortable ride back to your accommodation. Within a few days after the tour, you will receive photos of your tour date so you can remember all of these unforgettable memories. Duration of the tour is 3~4 hours depends on your location and boat will depart between 7~8 pm depends on the schedule.

Busan: Day Trip with Gamcheon Culture Village and Sky Walk

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 Guided Small Group Tour for Up to 6 Guests.

Busan Guided Small Group Tour for Up to 6 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.

From Seoul: 5D4N All Over Korea, UNESCO, Culture & Nature

From Seoul: 5D4N All Over Korea, UNESCO, Culture & Nature

Embark on an unforgettable 5-day journey through Korea's rich history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking natural beauty. Departing from Seoul's Gwanghwamun, your adventure begins in Gongju, where you'll explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the Tomb of King Muryeong and Gongsanseong Fortress. Then, immerse yourself in traditional Korean culture in Jeonju, staying near the charming Hanok Village. Day two takes you to Gwangju, the birthplace of Korea's modern democratic movement. Pay your respects at the May 18th National Cemetery before heading to Suncheon to visit the stunning Suncheon Bay Garden. The day concludes in the port city of Yeosu, where you'll walk the historic path of Admiral Yi Sun-sin. On the third day, you'll visit the Jinjuseong Fortress, historically linked to the Japanese invasion in 1592. Then, it's off to Busan, where you'll explore the city's largest seafood market, Jagalchi Fish Market, and take in the views at Haeundae Beach and Dongbaek Park. The day ends in Gyeongju, where you'll check into your hotel. Day four is filled with UNESCO sites. Start with the Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple in Gyeongju, then head to Andong Hahoe Village, a living museum of Joseon Dynasty architecture and culture. The day concludes in Pyeongchang, where you'll check into your hotel for some leisure time. The final day of your tour takes you to Mt. Seorak National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Preservation District. Marvel at the jade-like water flowing through the valleys and the peaks breaking through the clouds. Optionally, take a cable car to Gwongeumseong fortress for an even more spectacular view. The tour concludes with a transfer back to Seoul. This tour is a perfect blend of history, culture, and nature, offering a comprehensive and immersive Korean experience. Book now and create memories that will last a lifetime! Full itinerary as below:Day1: Donghwa Duty-Free Shop Building, Gwanghwamun, Seoul→ Depart to Gongju / Visit The Tomb of King Muryeong (UNESCO)→ Gongsanseong Fortress (UNESCO)→ Depart to Jeonju→ Hotel check-in,close by Jeonju Hanok Village Hotel: Jeonju Ramada hotel or similar Day2: Breakfast at hotel → Transfer to Gwangju, birthplace of Korea's democratic movement→ Visit May 18th National Cemetery → Suncheon Bay Garden→ Yeosu and Historic Site of Admiral Yi Sun-sin’s Path→ Hotel check-in Hotel: Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Yeosu or similar Day3: Breakfast at hotel → Jinjuseong Fortress – Chokseoknu edifice→ Move to Busan→ Jagalchi Fish Market, Busan’s largest seafood market→ Haeundae Beach and Dongbaek Park Tour→ Gyeongju→ Hotel check-in Hotel: Gyeongju Commodore Hotel or similar Day4: Breakfast at hotel → Seokguram Grotto (UNESCO), visit the beautiful temple and heritage→ Bulguksa Temple(UNESCO) → Andong Hahoe Folk Village(UNESCO), preserved Joseon Dynasty's ancient housing (Visit by Queen Elizabeth II)→ Pyeongchang → Hotel check-in Hotel: Ramada Hotel PyeongChang or similar Day5: Breakfast at hotel → Pyeongchang→ Mt. Seorak National Park (UNESCO), Korea's most famous national park (Could be skipped in OCT)→ Biosphere Preservation District → Cable car to Gwongeumseong Fortress (Optional for Shinheungsa temple)→ Gwanghwamun, Seoul at 17:00 PM

Busan: Jagalchi Sunset Cruise & Night Market Tour

Busan: Jagalchi Sunset Cruise & Night Market Tour

Enjoy the most delicious and beautiful evening in Busan! We will board the VIP Jagalchi Cruise on Busan's southernmost sea. The 3-story large VIP cruise has performances and comfortable seats, allowing you to relax and enjoy the scenery. Have a fantastic experience while looking at the sunset against the beautiful Busan Port. After enjoying the fantastic sunset view on the cruise, we will visit the Jagalchi Fish Market, the most popular tourist destination in Busan loved by foreigners. See the lively fish, sashimi, octopus, and over 200 types of live seafood inside. Listen to the guide for the interesting story of Korea's oldest and largest fish market. Then, head to Korea's first night market, "Bupyeong Night Market," and enjoy the numerous Korean foods. There are many popular Korean foods available at affordable prices, allowing you to enjoy various menus.

Busan Private Tour with a Local

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: Rent a car with driver (Private Van charter)

Busan: Rent a car with driver (Private Van charter)

Hire a car and driver for a day and make seeing the top sights in Busan this second biggest city in Korea. Travel in an air-conditioned car with plenty of space. Relax and let your driver take you to the sights that interest you most. Skip the hassle of public transportation.  Begin your customized tour of Busan at the time that best fits you and benefit from an itinerary that can be altered and adjusted according to your interests. Explore with a drver, whether you want to see some of the most beautiful place, such as the Haeundae Beach, Gwangan Great Bridge, and amazing beaches, or taste local delicacies and shop Busan souvenirs at the Kookje (Gukje) traditional market. You can head to discover all the K-Drama sites and of Busan or seafood at Jagalchi fishery market. Experience all the interesting attractions, beautiful cafes and shows that Busan can offer.

Busan: Private Transfer l Airport to/from Busan

Busan: Private Transfer l Airport to/from Busan

The core value of the private mobility service MOVV is 'Safety'! → Venture company and tourism venture company certified by the Korean government → Driven by a professional 'chauffeur' systematically trained → Use safely with Insurance (Unlimited personal indemnification, Others up to KRW 150 million) Smart Chauffeur Service MOVV MOVV application provides convenient functions. - Checking real-time vehicle monitoring - Call the vehicle to your location - Automatic translation of chats with chauffeur - Register and modify schedule freely [Product Information] Gimhae Airport (PUS) ↔ Busan You can go anywhere you want with the private mobility service MOVV! Travel comfortably and safely to your destination in a private car driven by professional chauffeur. Recommended Korea area attractions: Busan ( Haeundae, Gwangalli, Seomyeon, Jagalchi Market, Nampr-dong, Baxco etc.) *Notice Please make reservation considering your arrival time, people and luggages.

Busan: Jagalchi Market & Gamcheon village Walking Tour

Busan: Jagalchi Market & Gamcheon village Walking Tour

Embark on an enchanting small-group walking tour of Busan, designed to showcase the city's top attractions within a half-day itinerary. Begin your journey at the captivating Gamcheon Culture Village, where colorful houses adorn the hills, offering stunning city views and insights into the local artistic scene. Wander through its picturesque alleys filled with art installations, cozy cafes, and artisanal crafts. Next, immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Jagalchi Market, Korea's largest seafood market, where you'll indulge in fresh seafood dishes for a memorable culinary experience. Explore BIFF Square, home to the prestigious Busan International Film Festival, and soak in the entertainment hub's lively ambiance. Then, venture into Gukje Market, known as the "International Market," where diverse stalls offer global goods and delectable street food. Conclude your adventure by ascending Yongdusan Park, where Busan Tower offers panoramic views of the cityscape, creating an ideal setting for reflection. This comprehensive exploration promises a day filled with cultural immersion, culinary delights, and unforgettable memories.

Busan private full day tour by KTX from Seoul

Busan private full day tour by KTX from Seoul

Make your way to Busan, the second-largest metropolis in Korea, via a KTX express train that travels at the speed of 300km/h. Two and a half hours ride will bring you to Busan station. The beautiful port city of Busan, the second largest metropolitan area in Korea, is heavily visited by national and international tourists alike. No matter how extreme the temperature gets throughout the seasons, the city always bustles with people heading for the many attractions to see and explore! Absolutely wonderful beaches, glamorous night scenes, and traditional markets are scattered around the city. - ITINERARY - 1) Jagalchi Market - It is Korea's largest seafood market. After the Korean War, the market solidified itself as a fish market. This market represents Busan and is famous throughout the country. If you visit you can eat fresh raw fish right at the market. 2) Gamcheon cultural village - It was a refuge village for many people fleeing to Busan during the Korean War. The creative urban regeneration project started in 2010 and the success of the project attracts 1,400,000 Korean and foreign tourists to the village annually. It's earning this village the nickname of "Machu Picchu of Busan." 3) Amidong Tombstone village - The stairs and the walls in this village are different from what you normally see. They are all tombstones. That's why the village is called Tombstone culture village. People began living here in tents since 1951. When it became more settled, the tents became too small, so people began building on top of Japanese graves. From Ami-dong, the entire city of Busan can be seen. 4) Haeundae beache - It is the most famous beach in Busan. The white sand beach is roughly 1.5km long, over a 30~50m wide area, creating a beautiful coastline before a shallow bay, making Haeundae Beach perfect for swimming. 5) Dongbakseom island - It is translated into Camellia which is growing in islands of southern provinces and southern coastal areas of Korea blossoming around March, of which the leaves are thick and glossy maintaining a dark green color through 4 seasons. There is the Nurimaru APEC house, around three-story building exclusively built for the final summit meeting for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference. 6) Haedongyonggungsa Temple - It is situated on the coast of the northeastern portion of Busan. This superb attraction offers visitors the rare find of a temple along the shoreline; most temples in Korea are located in the mountains. 7) Amidong Tombstone village - The stairs and the walls in this village are different from what you normally see. They are all tombstones. That's why the village is called Tombstone culture village. People began living here in tents since 1951. When it became more settled, the tents became too small, so people began building on top of Japanese graves. People think of the ocean when it comes to Busan, but Busan is also a city of mountains. From Ami-dong, the entire city of Busan can be seen.

Jagalchi Market: Our most recommended tours and activities

Busan: Night Viewpoints with Evening Cruise w/ Fireworks

Busan: Night Viewpoints with Evening Cruise w/ Fireworks

Start your night tour with a romantic cruise along the coastal side of Busan. See the lights sparkling on the city's landmarks along the Haeundae Beach. Admire breathtaking landmarks such as Nurimaru APEC House on Dongbaek Island, Centum City, Gwangandaegyo Bridge (Korea's largest marine bridge), the unique scenery of Igidae Park, Oryukdo Island, the rocky coastline and forests of Taejongdae, Busandaegyo Bridge, and Jagalchi Fish Market. Next, head over to the panoramic viewpoint at Hwangnyeongsan Mountain, located in the heart of Busan. It is the 2nd-highest mountain within the city and is the perfect spot to take amazing snapshots of the city's night skyline. Then, visit the Busan Cinema Centre where endless light patterns and visuals are projected across the whole building. Here, you can experience the contemporary side of the city which is considered as the heart of the film industry in Korea. Finally, take a walk around the neighborhood before enjoying a comfortable ride back to your accommodation. Within a few days after the tour, you will receive photos of your tour date so you can remember all of these unforgettable memories. Duration of the tour is 3~4 hours depends on your location and boat will depart between 7~8 pm depends on the schedule.

Busan: Day Trip with Gamcheon Culture Village and Sky Walk

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 Guided Small Group Tour for Up to 6 Guests.

Busan Guided Small Group Tour for Up to 6 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.

From Seoul: 5D4N All Over Korea, UNESCO, Culture & Nature

From Seoul: 5D4N All Over Korea, UNESCO, Culture & Nature

Embark on an unforgettable 5-day journey through Korea's rich history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking natural beauty. Departing from Seoul's Gwanghwamun, your adventure begins in Gongju, where you'll explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the Tomb of King Muryeong and Gongsanseong Fortress. Then, immerse yourself in traditional Korean culture in Jeonju, staying near the charming Hanok Village. Day two takes you to Gwangju, the birthplace of Korea's modern democratic movement. Pay your respects at the May 18th National Cemetery before heading to Suncheon to visit the stunning Suncheon Bay Garden. The day concludes in the port city of Yeosu, where you'll walk the historic path of Admiral Yi Sun-sin. On the third day, you'll visit the Jinjuseong Fortress, historically linked to the Japanese invasion in 1592. Then, it's off to Busan, where you'll explore the city's largest seafood market, Jagalchi Fish Market, and take in the views at Haeundae Beach and Dongbaek Park. The day ends in Gyeongju, where you'll check into your hotel. Day four is filled with UNESCO sites. Start with the Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple in Gyeongju, then head to Andong Hahoe Village, a living museum of Joseon Dynasty architecture and culture. The day concludes in Pyeongchang, where you'll check into your hotel for some leisure time. The final day of your tour takes you to Mt. Seorak National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Preservation District. Marvel at the jade-like water flowing through the valleys and the peaks breaking through the clouds. Optionally, take a cable car to Gwongeumseong fortress for an even more spectacular view. The tour concludes with a transfer back to Seoul. This tour is a perfect blend of history, culture, and nature, offering a comprehensive and immersive Korean experience. Book now and create memories that will last a lifetime! Full itinerary as below:Day1: Donghwa Duty-Free Shop Building, Gwanghwamun, Seoul→ Depart to Gongju / Visit The Tomb of King Muryeong (UNESCO)→ Gongsanseong Fortress (UNESCO)→ Depart to Jeonju→ Hotel check-in,close by Jeonju Hanok Village Hotel: Jeonju Ramada hotel or similar Day2: Breakfast at hotel → Transfer to Gwangju, birthplace of Korea's democratic movement→ Visit May 18th National Cemetery → Suncheon Bay Garden→ Yeosu and Historic Site of Admiral Yi Sun-sin’s Path→ Hotel check-in Hotel: Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Yeosu or similar Day3: Breakfast at hotel → Jinjuseong Fortress – Chokseoknu edifice→ Move to Busan→ Jagalchi Fish Market, Busan’s largest seafood market→ Haeundae Beach and Dongbaek Park Tour→ Gyeongju→ Hotel check-in Hotel: Gyeongju Commodore Hotel or similar Day4: Breakfast at hotel → Seokguram Grotto (UNESCO), visit the beautiful temple and heritage→ Bulguksa Temple(UNESCO) → Andong Hahoe Folk Village(UNESCO), preserved Joseon Dynasty's ancient housing (Visit by Queen Elizabeth II)→ Pyeongchang → Hotel check-in Hotel: Ramada Hotel PyeongChang or similar Day5: Breakfast at hotel → Pyeongchang→ Mt. Seorak National Park (UNESCO), Korea's most famous national park (Could be skipped in OCT)→ Biosphere Preservation District → Cable car to Gwongeumseong Fortress (Optional for Shinheungsa temple)→ Gwanghwamun, Seoul at 17:00 PM

Busan: Jagalchi Sunset Cruise & Night Market Tour

Busan: Jagalchi Sunset Cruise & Night Market Tour

Enjoy the most delicious and beautiful evening in Busan! We will board the VIP Jagalchi Cruise on Busan's southernmost sea. The 3-story large VIP cruise has performances and comfortable seats, allowing you to relax and enjoy the scenery. Have a fantastic experience while looking at the sunset against the beautiful Busan Port. After enjoying the fantastic sunset view on the cruise, we will visit the Jagalchi Fish Market, the most popular tourist destination in Busan loved by foreigners. See the lively fish, sashimi, octopus, and over 200 types of live seafood inside. Listen to the guide for the interesting story of Korea's oldest and largest fish market. Then, head to Korea's first night market, "Bupyeong Night Market," and enjoy the numerous Korean foods. There are many popular Korean foods available at affordable prices, allowing you to enjoy various menus.

Busan Private Tour with a Local

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: Rent a car with driver (Private Van charter)

Busan: Rent a car with driver (Private Van charter)

Hire a car and driver for a day and make seeing the top sights in Busan this second biggest city in Korea. Travel in an air-conditioned car with plenty of space. Relax and let your driver take you to the sights that interest you most. Skip the hassle of public transportation.  Begin your customized tour of Busan at the time that best fits you and benefit from an itinerary that can be altered and adjusted according to your interests. Explore with a drver, whether you want to see some of the most beautiful place, such as the Haeundae Beach, Gwangan Great Bridge, and amazing beaches, or taste local delicacies and shop Busan souvenirs at the Kookje (Gukje) traditional market. You can head to discover all the K-Drama sites and of Busan or seafood at Jagalchi fishery market. Experience all the interesting attractions, beautiful cafes and shows that Busan can offer.

Busan: Private Transfer l Airport to/from Busan

Busan: Private Transfer l Airport to/from Busan

The core value of the private mobility service MOVV is 'Safety'! → Venture company and tourism venture company certified by the Korean government → Driven by a professional 'chauffeur' systematically trained → Use safely with Insurance (Unlimited personal indemnification, Others up to KRW 150 million) Smart Chauffeur Service MOVV MOVV application provides convenient functions. - Checking real-time vehicle monitoring - Call the vehicle to your location - Automatic translation of chats with chauffeur - Register and modify schedule freely [Product Information] Gimhae Airport (PUS) ↔ Busan You can go anywhere you want with the private mobility service MOVV! Travel comfortably and safely to your destination in a private car driven by professional chauffeur. Recommended Korea area attractions: Busan ( Haeundae, Gwangalli, Seomyeon, Jagalchi Market, Nampr-dong, Baxco etc.) *Notice Please make reservation considering your arrival time, people and luggages.

Busan: Jagalchi Market & Gamcheon village Walking Tour

Busan: Jagalchi Market & Gamcheon village Walking Tour

Embark on an enchanting small-group walking tour of Busan, designed to showcase the city's top attractions within a half-day itinerary. Begin your journey at the captivating Gamcheon Culture Village, where colorful houses adorn the hills, offering stunning city views and insights into the local artistic scene. Wander through its picturesque alleys filled with art installations, cozy cafes, and artisanal crafts. Next, immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Jagalchi Market, Korea's largest seafood market, where you'll indulge in fresh seafood dishes for a memorable culinary experience. Explore BIFF Square, home to the prestigious Busan International Film Festival, and soak in the entertainment hub's lively ambiance. Then, venture into Gukje Market, known as the "International Market," where diverse stalls offer global goods and delectable street food. Conclude your adventure by ascending Yongdusan Park, where Busan Tower offers panoramic views of the cityscape, creating an ideal setting for reflection. This comprehensive exploration promises a day filled with cultural immersion, culinary delights, and unforgettable memories.

Busan private full day tour by KTX from Seoul

Busan private full day tour by KTX from Seoul

Make your way to Busan, the second-largest metropolis in Korea, via a KTX express train that travels at the speed of 300km/h. Two and a half hours ride will bring you to Busan station. The beautiful port city of Busan, the second largest metropolitan area in Korea, is heavily visited by national and international tourists alike. No matter how extreme the temperature gets throughout the seasons, the city always bustles with people heading for the many attractions to see and explore! Absolutely wonderful beaches, glamorous night scenes, and traditional markets are scattered around the city. - ITINERARY - 1) Jagalchi Market - It is Korea's largest seafood market. After the Korean War, the market solidified itself as a fish market. This market represents Busan and is famous throughout the country. If you visit you can eat fresh raw fish right at the market. 2) Gamcheon cultural village - It was a refuge village for many people fleeing to Busan during the Korean War. The creative urban regeneration project started in 2010 and the success of the project attracts 1,400,000 Korean and foreign tourists to the village annually. It's earning this village the nickname of "Machu Picchu of Busan." 3) Amidong Tombstone village - The stairs and the walls in this village are different from what you normally see. They are all tombstones. That's why the village is called Tombstone culture village. People began living here in tents since 1951. When it became more settled, the tents became too small, so people began building on top of Japanese graves. From Ami-dong, the entire city of Busan can be seen. 4) Haeundae beache - It is the most famous beach in Busan. The white sand beach is roughly 1.5km long, over a 30~50m wide area, creating a beautiful coastline before a shallow bay, making Haeundae Beach perfect for swimming. 5) Dongbakseom island - It is translated into Camellia which is growing in islands of southern provinces and southern coastal areas of Korea blossoming around March, of which the leaves are thick and glossy maintaining a dark green color through 4 seasons. There is the Nurimaru APEC house, around three-story building exclusively built for the final summit meeting for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference. 6) Haedongyonggungsa Temple - It is situated on the coast of the northeastern portion of Busan. This superb attraction offers visitors the rare find of a temple along the shoreline; most temples in Korea are located in the mountains. 7) Amidong Tombstone village - The stairs and the walls in this village are different from what you normally see. They are all tombstones. That's why the village is called Tombstone culture village. People began living here in tents since 1951. When it became more settled, the tents became too small, so people began building on top of Japanese graves. People think of the ocean when it comes to Busan, but Busan is also a city of mountains. From Ami-dong, the entire city of Busan can be seen.

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What people are saying about Jagalchi Market

Overall rating

4.8
(44 reviews)

We arrived early from Seoul on the KTX. Our guide Roy picked us up at the platform. We discussed the day's program and off we went. We were lucky, we were alone and our guide was able to respond to our wishes and questions. We saw a lot and Roy explained everything well to us. We visited the beautiful sights. At the end we relaxed with a cup of coffee. Roy took us to our platform. Then in the evening we took the RTX express train back to Seoul. There were three of us and I can only recommend this tour to everyone. Thank you Roy for the lovely day.

It was a very nice and interesting trip, the tour guide was really nice and told us a lot of things, we were picked up on time and returned on time. I can highly recommend this trip

the captain stayed out of the "crowd" when we were approaching the bridge and shore. That made it really a special trip. Not too many people on the yacht either - thank you!

We had a very enthusiastic tour guide. Justin explained everything to us in a very funny way. His tour chronicle was also great.

Our guide Andy was fantastic! The driver was kind. The trip was awesome