Haeundae Grand Hotel

651-2 Woo-Dong Haeundae-ku, Busan, 612-020, Korea Rep. | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel is located on 651-2 Woo-Dong Haeundae-ku, Busan.
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    Travel Blogs from Busan

    Day 132: Rainy Day for a Coastal Walk

    A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Feb 26, 2014

    1 comment, 20 photos

    ... at a small shrine/gazebo and sat down to see if the rain would let up. It did not and we kept going.

    At the end of the green trail there was another covered area with benches. We decided to eat our lunch here. There was a worker that kept looking at us and getting closer and closer. I was hoping that he would just leave us alone. His friend showed up and they got to talking, so I thought we were in the clear. False. Just when we got our cookies ...

    From Seoul to Busan

    A travel blog entry by paulandton on Sep 16, 2013

    1 comment, 75 photos

    ... gye cheon" that used to be a stream that once meandered through Seoul that was then covered up but because Seoul got so clogged up that they decided to open it up again. As it is running a few meters below street level it is a nice place to get away from the noises. People walk along the stream and young couples sit beside the steam with their feet in the water. It is quite a relaxing place. But we feel tired so it is time for a nap. After this beauty sleep we head out ...

    Beaches and Temples

    A travel blog entry by rosinski218 on May 20, 2013

    41 photos

    ... program started off with an explanation of the temple, and we all introduced ourselves. Half the people were Korean and we had a translator so we could talk between each other, and also the monk who ran the program only spoke Korean. We toured the temple and took all the pretty pictures. Luckily Buddha's birthday was the day before, so the entire temple was beautifully decorated. The food for dinner was hard to eat, but we managed. We hiked ...

    The End Of 김용?

    A travel blog entry by dragonbeetlebum on Mar 05, 2013

    ... to a custard slice, it’s just Korea’s efficiency and intensity is mind blowing. Therefore with a funeral being the most extreme example of their fast paced lifestyles I was intrigued to attend. In England our funerals take a week to organise, while our stores go out of business and remain empty for a year and a half.

    The first few days back home could prove interesting; I’m intrigued to see how reverse culture shock may affect me. Locals ...


    A travel blog entry by dragonbeetlebum on Sep 16, 2012

    ... a very long ‘adorable’ story of the time little Jean was five and tried to put make up on herself but missed her mouth and had it all over her chin. Well this lead singer was that family member between every single song and I don’t even know if he was telling smeared makeup stories because as established I don’t understand much Korean; needless to say my bubble of excited had well and truly deflated. This all probably answers why ...