Toyoko Inn Busan Station 2
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... variety you have ever seen. This is one of those places that I love to hate. The people working in the market were largely ladies in their 50’s and 60’s who’s faces told a thousand tales, dressed up in their overalls, head scarves and wellies tending to their fish was a real sight. For me the tanks full to the brim of precious fish and beautiful octopus was just so sad. I was beating myself up as to whether it was more cruel to kill them and ...
... is just starting to develop a craft beer industry due to maturing consumer tastes and recent changes to long-standing laws restricting the manufacture of beer to three monopolistic breweries. Red Rock shows great promise and I hope South Koreans get to enjoy more beers like it in the future.
Despite thousands of young people in a concentrated district with hundreds of places serving alcohol with few restrictions other than a minimum drinking age, there was not ...
... of Buckchon that lies between the main palaces. These Hanok villages still have the old traditional houses with the distinct roof tops. We had a quick lunch in a sort of fast food Korean restaurant but the food was delicious. After that it was time to check in to our room. Not the biggest room, actually the room is quite small. Just enough to fit a double bed but then the bathroom is big and clean. After freshing up we go out to explore the city a bit more. We walk along ...
... br> We then headed over to Jagalchi Fish Market, a famous indoor and outdoor seafood emporium where you can buy live fish, squid, crabs, octopus, sea cucumber, mussel and hundreds of other varieties of ocean-dwelling critter. It was a fascinating place, full of Koreans and Westerners taking pictures, but we couldn't see much actual fish-buying going on. The conditions that the live fish are kept in are pretty distressing if you are easily distressed, but this is Korean culture.
... this time the buildings were larger. Once again it had been re built but the main steps, the foundation stones and drainage system were original. The two golden Buddha were huge and no photos could be taken. Taking photos of Buddha is banned in all countries as it affects the spirit of Buddha and is disrespectful. Once again people ignored the signs but fortunately this time they policed the “no cameras sign” and our secret photographer got sprung. We learned ...