The second biggest city Busan is very famous for its beautiful night view. Especially, the night view on the bridge is very amazing. There are many bridges in Busan. Most of all, the most popular bridges are Gwangan Bridge, North Port Bridge, and South Port Bridge.
Gwangan Bridge stretches over 7.4km and is the largest bridge over the ocean in South Korea. The bridge showcases wonderful night views and the upper part of the bridge captures the scenery of the sea and nearby cities.
North Port Bridge is also called the Busan Port Bridge. The total length of the bridge is 3,368m, the cable-stayed bridge part is 1,114m and the bridge part is 2,254m. The width of the bridge is 18.6 ~ 28.7m. Because Busan port is the largest port in Busan, North Port Bridge is the symbol bridge of Busan. It connects the Geoje Bridge and the Gwangan Bridge in the Busan Metropolitan City and connects the Busan Coastline with the Busan Port Bridge.
South Port Bridge connects from Busan South Port and Yeongdo Island. A 3-meter-wide walkway was installed on the bridge, allowing citizens to enjoy the scenery of the South Port area at a glance. The lighting is a blue system that gives a cool feeling in summer and an orange system that gives a mild feeling in winter. In addition, 360 meters long cruise port under the bridge, the section is decorated with dynamic lighting that combines various colors every hour on Saturdays and holidays every hour for 10 minutes every night.
Following the Korean War, refugees who fled to Busan set up stalls in order to make a living, and this was the beginning of the Gukje Market (gukje meaning "international" in Korean). The Gukje Market is one of Korea’s largest markets; each alleyway is crowded with stalls, and it connects to Bupyeong Market, Kkangtong Market, and other smaller markets. The market stocks such a wide variety of goods, that you can find almost everything you need right here.
Busan's Bupyeong Market is also known as Kkangtong (tin can) Market. It earned that funny name when it had a variety of imported canned goods from the United States for the US forces stationed in Korea during the Korean War. It was also known as "Dottegi (bustling plea) Market." All foreign products found in the country at that time were supplied from this market. Due to its vast property and many rare goods that were hard to find anywhere else during the time, it was also referred as "Gukje (International) Market." Nowadays, the market has reduced in size as many foreign products are freely imported, but the reputation and potential still remain. Some imported goods including liquor, clothes, ornaments, accessories, fashion items and electronic goods are still sold here.
A night market opens from 19:30-24:00 at the public parking lot and at Arcade 2 of the market . Along the 110m-long street market are 11 kiosks selling Korean food, 6 kiosks selling international food such as Japanese and Filipino foods, and 13 vendors selling clothes and accessories. The entrance of the market greets visitors with bright LED lights and fun performances. A magic show and a guitar performance take place twice a day by the entrance of the market and the at the four-way intersection inside the market.
The Bay 101 is located in a culture and art complex in Haeundae area, attracting many visitors to the area thanks to the beautiful nightscape that it offers.
Marine City is an expensive and prestigious residential area in Haeundae District, Busan, South Korea. Most of the buildings are very luxurious skyscrapers. Marine City is built on reclaimed land between the popular areas of Haeundae Beach and Centum City. The tallest residential complexes in Marine City include Haeundae Doosan We've the Zenith, Haeundae I'Park Marina, Daewoo Aratrium Haeundae and Park Hyatt Busan.