Oasis, Korea's largest animal theme park, and Canyon Park in the city center are representative indoor tourist attractions in Busan where visitors can interact with various animals and experience various games in all four seasons.
Andong's Mural Village
You can find mural villages throughout downtown Busan. Among them, the first mural village to be built was 'Moonhyeon Andongne mural village'. Andongnae in Munhyeon-dong contains such a painful history that refugees had to live in this cemetery to survive during the Korean War.
Hwangryeongsan Beacon Station
If there is Namsan in Seoul, there is Hwangnyeonsan in Busan. The attraction of Hwangnyeongsan Beacon Station, famous for its night view of Busan, is that you can see 360 degrees of downtown Busan on one side and Gwangan Bridge on the other. I recommend a date course or a drive course.
Gamcheon Culture Village
The terraced form of group housing along the mountainside and the maze-like alleyway through which all roads are connected show a strong sense of togetherness. Visitors can enjoy the picturesque scenery of the village combined with the beautiful nature, enjoy various forms of work set up in alleys, and experience various crafts through the workshops of the artists.
Gwangalli Beach is full of restaurants, cafes, and famous fashion shops that create a unique atmosphere Especially at night, the beautiful night view of Gwangan Bridge is spectacular.
Jagalchi Market is a traditional market representing Busan along with the international market and the Bupyeong kkangtong market. It is one of Korea's most popular fishing markets, symbolized by Jagalchi Azimae, and is one of Busan's tourist attractions, and offers a variety of seafood including sashimi. It is a popular attraction in Busan for many citizens and tourists visit.