Haeundae

Haeundae

second city centre East of Busan with a high density of high skyscrapers

Location: 

Haeundae-gu, Busan, South Korea

Duration: 

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Personal highlights

  1. Haeundae: Northern district of Busan with an impressive skyline
  2. Busan Skyline: over 50 buildings above 150 meters around Haeundae
  3. Pedestrian Zone: endless restaurants with international and Korean food
  4. My trip: taking the modern Busan metro to the Haeundae Beach
  5. My experience: surprised by the second city centre East of Busan

Image sources

  1. Skyscrapers in Haeundae
  2. View over the Ocean
  3. Eating Korean table grill
  4. Artwork in the pedestrian zone
  5. Selling self-made artwork

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