BTS Jimin’s dad owns Cafe Magnate in Busan, Korea. Whether you are an ARMY or not, the cafe is worth visiting for its drinks, pastries, and aesthetic atmosphere.
Loved by Korean surfers, Songjeong Beach is a rising star among the beaches in Busan, South Korea. Plus, the sunrise at this beach is amazing.
Busan starts summer with Haeundae Sand Festival. This year, the annual event features world landmarks in the form of sand. See these sand masterpieces.
Showing off 10,000 roses of 49 different types, Hwamyeong Rose Park is a hidden gem in Busan, Korea, during May and early June.
From its scenic rocky coastal line to the pebble beaches and the relaxing trails surrounded by trees, you should put Taejongdae on your list of places to visit in Busan, South Korea.