The Bay 101

The Bay 101

great place to spend your summer evening at the beach, next to Busan

Location: 

The Bay 101, Dongbaek-ro, U 1(il)-dong, Haeundae-gu, Busan, South Korea

Duration: 

Sunday, May 20, 2018

Personal highlights

  1. The Bay 101: culture and art complex in Eastern Busan
  2. Facilities: restaurants, bars, Gallery, Yacht Club and more
  3. Nightlife: impressive scenery with a skyline and sculptures
  4. My trip: walking along the Haeundae beach to the Bay 101
  5. My experience: enjoying a chill spring evening at the beach

Image sources

  1. Busan skyline
  2. Restaurant and Bar
  3. The Bay 101 logo
  4. Polar bear lights
  5. Korean guy artwork

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