Day 1: Hotel → Jagalchi Market → International Market → Yongdusan Park → Hotel
Day 2: Haedong Yonggung-sa Temple → UN War Memorial Cemetery → Haeundae Beach → Seoul
The Jagalchi Marketis Korea's largest seafood market. After the Korean War the market solidified itself as a fish market. Most of the people who sell fish are women, so the women who sell here are called 'Jagalchi Ajumma,' 'ajumma' meaning middle-aged or married women. This market represents Busan and is famous throughout the country. If you visit you can eat fresh raw fish right at the market. Even these days you can see women selling mackerel, sea squirts (ascidians) and whale meat on wooden boxes along the road.
Busan Tower in Yondusan park is a popular landmark of Busan. On the first floor of the tower is souvenir shop that sells Korean traditional handcrafts like masks, key chains, wallets, pottery, dolls, pearl fans and more. At the top is san observatory (designed after the baldaquin of Dabotap Pagoda in Bulguksa) where the entire city of Busan can be seen
Haedong Yonggungsa Temple
Haedong Yonggungsa Temple is situated on the coast of the north-eastern portion of Busan. This superb find of a tourist spot and temple offers visitors the rare find of a temple along the shore line. Most temples in Korea are located in the mountains
Haedong Yonggungsa Temple was first built in 1376 by the great Buddhist teacher known as Naong during the Goryeo Dynasty. Haesu Gwaneum Daebul (Seawater Great Goddess Buddha), Daeungjeon Main Sanctuary, Yongwangdang Shrine, Gulbeop Buddhist Sanctum (enclosed in a cave), and a three-story pagoda with four lions can all be seen looking out over the ocea
Meeting time at hotel lobby is 8:00a.m.
All meals are included