BusanMetropolis with beaches, hiking, and hot springs.
Busan is South Korea’s second largest city, and the country’s primary port. Located on the southeastern coast, the city is known for its beaches, hot springs, and seafood. Busan also has a significant history, being the site of the first Korean kingdom in the 6th century. Today, the city is a major commercial center and a popular tourist destination. The city is home to a large number of attractions, including the Haeundae Beach, Gwanganli Beach, and Yongdusan Park. There are also a number of temples and shrines, including the Beomeosa Temple and the Jagalchi Fish Market. Busan is also home to a number of amusement parks, including the Busan Marine Park and the Haeundae Beach Water Park.