Located in the center of the Gangnam area, Bongeunsa Temple has more than 1,200 years of history.
This historic temple houses extensive records of Korea’s Buddhist culture, but visitors of all backgrounds and religions come to enjoy the view and serenity within the bustling city.
In addition, the village offers many programs featuring traditional games and performances as well as hands-on experiences where visitors can learn Korea’s folk culture.
Busan is the country's largest port city and boasts an abundance of coastal tourist attractions, historical and cultural sites, and trendy shopping areas.
Busan Station → Yeongdodaegyo Bridge → Huinnyeoul Culture Village → Sky Observatory → 75 Square → Taejongdae Recreation Area → National Maritime Museum → Busanhangdaegyo Bridge (bypass) → Oryukdo Island → Yonghoman Bay Sightseeing Boat Terminal → Peace Park → Songdo Beach → BIFF Square, Gukje Market → Jagalchi Market → Busan Station Busan Station → Yeongdodaegyo Bridge (Jagalchi Market) → Huinnyeoul Culture Village → Songdo Beach → Songdo Skywalk → Gamcheon Culture Village → Ami Culture Learning Center (Hanmaeum Happiness Center/Railroad House Cafeteria) → Nuribaragi Observatory → Gukje Market / Bupyeong (Kkangtong) Market → Yongdusan Park → Bosu-dong Book Street → Seokdang Museum (Provisional Capital Memorial Hall) → Dakbatgol Happiness (Hanji) Village (Stairs of Hope) → Gum Soo-hyun’s Music Salon → Sanri Village Hall → Democracy Park → Ebagu Crafts Workshop /168 Stairs Monorail (Chang Kee-ryo Memorial Hall) → Yu Chi-hwan Postbox Observatory / Kkokkomak Cafe The UN Memorial Cemetery in Korea is the only UN cemetery to pay tribute to soldiers who fell during the Korean War.