Travel Blogs from Busan, Korea Rep.

Sort by Newest Best first

A Wet Weekend, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

A Wet Weekend

A travel blog entry by mikeandrachel

This is a top pick!
9

... deck of a ferry headed for Japan. We left Seoul on Friday to spend the weekend in Busan, a beautiful coastal city. Busan is South Korea`s second city, located on the south east corner, it is well known for its golden beaches. When we stepped off ...

Happy New Year!, Inuyama, Busan, Seoul, Korea Rep. travel blog

Happy New Year!

A travel blog entry by jo-jo

This is a top pick!
79

... every street is ok by me. TRANSPORTATION Although I firmly believe that Japan has the best transportation system in the world, Korea deserves a mention for the affordability of theirs. A three hour bullet train ride from Busan to Seoul cost about $40 ...

Beautiful Busan, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Beautiful Busan

A travel blog entry by adamandeva

This is a top pick!
38

The weather is beautiful ...

Being spolied again, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Being spolied again

A travel blog entry by byrnedm

This is a top pick!
13

ˇ Busan, South Korea ˇ GMT +8:00 hours Just as we thought I'm going to assume you don't have an eidetic memory (my apologies, not to mention admiration, if you do) and so will start this entry by reminding you that I finished the last one telling ...

A Ginger Weekend, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

A Ginger Weekend

A travel blog entry by aborder

This is a top pick!
3
17

Busan, South korea - Knowing I was going to be in South Korea, I emailed an old buddy from University, Andrew. He's been teaching English in Korea for three years now and we last met over drinks in the East Village in New York City in 2007. What better ...

I'm in South Korea!, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

I'm in South Korea!

A travel blog entry by beccadonohoe

This is a top pick!
3
1

... you're having a wonderful first week back at school. I just wanted to write you a quick message to say I've arrived in Busan, which is a city in South Korea. It took us 24 HOURS to get here! We haven't seen any of the city yet, we're just on our way out ...

Getting to know Busan and South Korea, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Getting to know Busan and South Korea

A travel blog entry by beccadonohoe

This is a top pick!
1
17

... : hello - annyong hassayo thank you - gamsa hamneeda  They really like sports here in South Korea, especially baseball and soccer! The baseball team here in Busan is called the Lotte Giants, and a ticket to see them play costs about 7000 Won, which ...

Welcome to the land of kimchi, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Welcome to the land of kimchi

A travel blog entry by grizzly

This is a top pick!
33

... .  The fast ferrry took about 3 hours and around noon I arrived in sweltering hot and humid Busan.  After getting a Korea and Busan map from the tourist office, I run into Tony, a 60 something chap from the UK who has been biking around the ...

Luxurious Love Motel And Lovely Koreans., Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Luxurious Love Motel And Lovely Koreans.

A travel blog entry by heatheravan

This is a top pick!
11

... with their parents until they marry. For backpackers on a budget they provide a respite from cheaper end accommodation. We arrived in Busan with the English version of the address for the motel only, and had not been able to access the email ...

Busan, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Busan

A travel blog entry by muratcan

This is a top pick!
2

didn't have the opportunity to type this one up; ...

Busan Cont'd, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Busan Cont'd

A travel blog entry by muratcan

This is a top pick!
5

... the mushrooming greenhouses and the airport. Mr. Yang: 60ish; small and bold; chemical engineer and the President of the Busan Tennis Association; has 2 kids; although he is a Buddhist his daughters are Christian; Terza (the Dutch girl) ...

Venice of South Korea, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Venice of South Korea

A travel blog entry by phungster

6
6

... from Piel, please!!!! We have had enough of Gyeongju. We are taking our final bus out of Gyeongju to Busan, which is on the east-southeast coast of Korea, which is only 1 hour away from Gyeongju by bus. Inter city buses here are very efficient and ...

Släp-poks-raks-aiih!, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Släp-poks-raks-aiih!

A travel blog entry by tiinajatimo

Tähän kirjoitukseen en voi liittää kuvia, koska koin tämän alasti. Kävimme keskiviikkona korelaisessa yleisessä saunassa ja sen jälkeen kylvettäjän tekemässä perusteellisessa pesussa ja hieronnassa. Elämäni erikoisin kokemus! Timo oli ...

Westward Ho!, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Westward Ho!

A travel blog entry by bastin79

20

... me the Koreans always eat food when they drink, which is evident from the second meal of the hour. We chat about Busan and Korea, heading to a final bar before calling it a night. Back to the hostel to my as yet still single dormitory. Thursday is ...

Busan, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Busan

A travel blog entry by emyjane

... to see the top of the mountain and the fortress wall stretching out in front of us. Below stood the shrinking city of Busan, dotted with rivers and wetland areas, which reflected the sun making them look like giant mirrors. The fortress wall looked ...

Aratás ünnepén / Chuseok in Busan, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Aratás ünnepén / Chuseok in Busan

A travel blog entry by arodin

4

... ssal és egy jó vacsorával fejeződött be. ________________________ Chuseok is the harvest and thanksgiving feast in South-Korea, therefore a 3-day national holiday. Most people from our group decided to visit Busan city in the South and spend ...

Would you swim in a shark tank?, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Would you swim in a shark tank?

A travel blog entry by tobiah

... to about 20 sharks captured in open-water. Does this sound like a fun way to spend your summer vacation? Is life in Korea really getting that bad? Surprisingly, the answers are yes and no respectively. We decided for our 9 day summer vacation to ...

Can I help?, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Can I help?

A travel blog entry by ashermj

... i'd been beaten up during the night. Eggs on toast for breakfast which was free then on to the bus terminal which would take us to Busan, which was just an hour a way. The journey took less than an hour in the end. Not having directions to the hostel, we ...

Eroon annoskateudesta, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Eroon annoskateudesta

A travel blog entry by tiinajatimo

4
4

... ', joka on Timon mielestä maailman parasta. Mietimme eilisellä illallisella, mitä voisimme maahantuoda Koreasta Suomeen. Ja mitä Korea tarvitsee Suomesta. Ensinnäkin Koreasta pitäisi tuoda Suomeen ruoan jakamisen kulttuuri. Se hävittäisi ilmiön ...

Leaving Korea, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Leaving Korea

A travel blog entry by schwate

50

... lernen, dort ist Autofahren ja praktisch billiger) und auch billigen Eintrittspreisen in die Sehenswuerdigkeiten. Ausserdem bemueht sich Korea den Tourismus anzukurbeln, jede Stadt hat Tourist Information Center (plural, mit englisch speaking staff) mit ...

Trip to Busan, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Trip to Busan

A travel blog entry by clare_mills

3
58

... SO yummy. We got up to 305km/hour in the KTX and arrived right on time. We made our way to Indy House, a hostel in Busan only a short walk from the beach. I was really impressed with the hostel - it was spotlessly clean and nicely decorated. We dropped ...

DK Koreai kiruccanásunk, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

DK Koreai kiruccanásunk

A travel blog entry by zelfike

33

... akkor megváltoztatom a repjegyem, s inkább hazamegyek, olcsóbban megúszom az egészet. Éppen úgy is elegem volt éppen Kore''ból, de főleg a koreaiakból (tisztelet a kivételnek). De nem érdekelt, elmentem bulizni aznap, első éjszakai ...

Tired, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Tired

A travel blog entry by sarahwoo

... , wearing handwashed clothing, and getting used to the hectic apartment lifestyle. I don't mind anything but the chaos. Not to say Busan is chaotic--it's fairly relaxed and full of wind from the ocean (literally), nothing compared to Seoul (a world unto ...

bullet train to busan, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

bullet train to busan

A travel blog entry by lrhalladay

29

I made my way from Seoul to Busan in just under three hours on the KTX, (which travels at "bullet speed"; 190mph). Busan is Korea's largest port city.  And it was also home to the Starcraft finals, which coincidentally were held that same weekend ...

Beautiful Busan, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Beautiful Busan

A travel blog entry by jojobee6

3
105

... barrier, which does not matter one bit, while exchanging cultural traditions and learning about a completely different culture.  I love Korea more and more each day with each new experience.  The people here are so welcoming and so eager ...

LIFE AS A MONK!, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

LIFE AS A MONK!

A travel blog entry by timmclellan

100

... . What do you expect. Anyways, since the last blog I have had the opportunity to live like a monk for a weekend, attend Korea's "Largest Foreigner Festival" (Boryeong Mud festival) and of course more hiking. Life has a Monk: 6 other friends and I ...

Day trip to Busan, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Day trip to Busan

A travel blog entry by matt_and_jules

1
44

... hop scotch our way to Busan. Closest major city to us, it boasts 4 million people an international airport and one of Korea's most famous beaches: Haeundae Beach. So we took our first subway ride to the downtown core to check out the shopping ...

What a morning!, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

What a morning!

A travel blog entry by orlao0

5

... little on the rusty side, and the message did not transmit. So Orla came back with her second wind and says "Korea", bingo, the old one word tactic had worked again. Phew! Well in fairness to the taxi driver he made ...

Korean Living, Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Korean Living

A travel blog entry by orlao0

6

The ferry crossing on the famous Beetle took 3hours and we arrived in Korea at midday. Busan is a port city and we've never seen such a massive port before. There must have been about 100 cranes for loading and offloading the cargo ships. It was massive. ...

Last stop in South Korea..., Busan, Korea Rep. travel blog

Last stop in South Korea...

A travel blog entry by kath_and_per

2
7

... slupring our way through lunch, we decided we needed a bit of sea air so stumbled down to the seaside. Really you shouldn't like Busan for its beaches which are the typical concrete, high-rise lined affairs - but somehow you do. Or at least we did. ...

Sort by Newest Best first