Hotel Nongshim

Address: 23 Geumganggongwon-Ro, 20 Beon-Gil, Dongnae-Gu, Busan, 607-060, Korea Rep. | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 23 Geumganggongwon-Ro, 20 Beon-Gil, Dongnae-Gu, Busan, is near Demilitarized Zone and Camp Bonifas.
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      Easter weekend in Busan

      A travel blog entry by safaristef on Apr 11, 2015

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      ... had the same idea of course, and I knew we would be standing in the rain for about 6 hours waiting for a bus that came once every half hour or so! We were all just standing in a parking lot with no shelter, so we were getting really wet! Even with my umbrella I was soaked and Logan only had his rain jacket! THANKFULLY our great friends knew about a secret way to get on a bus faster, called a STANDING ROOM line. The line was much shorter, so we changed to that line. It sounded ...

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      ... to pass up a lift, so I said an emphatic “yes.” We arrived to the bus stop just as the bus was coming – the timing couldn’t have been better.

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      ... coffee shops are massive in Korea). The dog cafe's entrance fee will get you a drink and unlimited sweet bakery treats - not to mention some quality time with the house dogs! Spent WAY too long there. Next up - BIFF square for some fried goodness from the street vendors followed by a snoop around Jagalchi Fish Market. The ground floor is a giant fish market that sells just about anything. Take it to go in a bag or hand it over to be cooked and head upstairs to ...