So you’ve been in Seoul for a while, and you’re starting to wonder what Korea would looks like with a little less smog and a few more beaches. Luckily, the second-biggest city in Korea has both of those things, and is a welcome respite from the breakneck pace of life in Seoul.
View of Gwangan Bridge, Busan, from a nearby mountain
Haedong Yonggungsa–Busan's cliffside temple
The Haedong Yonggungsa Pigs will bring you good luck! Give a coin, rub their foreheads, and make a wish.
Revitalized just a few years ago, Gamcheon's brightly painted houses are reminiscent of Brazil's favelas.
At night, Gwangan Bridge launches into a full-on lightshow using the myriad LEDs built into its side.
Andrew Braun is interested in pretty much everything, and is working on trying as much of it as possible. His main areas of interest include economics, politics, history, travel, reading, writing, and music. He has lived in or backpacked through most of East and Southeast Asia, and is always looking for the next place.
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