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48 Hours in Busan (Part 2)

Day 2 – Huinnyeoul Culture Village, Centum Spa Land

The popular pick when it comes to culture village in Busan is usually Gamcheon Culture Village. It’s a colorful hillside community adorned with vibrant murals and quirky sculptures. Wander through narrow alleys, interact with local artists, and enjoy panoramic views of the city and sea from various viewpoints. However, I decided to give it a pass this time as there will be many stairs for us, and we Huinnyeoul Culture Village for this visit.

Nestled on the slopes of a hill overlooking the sea, Huinnyeoul Culture Village (흰여울문화마을) is sometimes referred to as the Santorini of Korea. With cute and brightly colored houses and a gorgeous view of the sea, this spot in Busan lets you experience a different side of Korea. There are many hidden cafes and photo spot hidden up the hill for you to explore the whole morning.

Huinnyeoul Culture Village
Address: 1044-6, Yeongseon-dong 4-ga, Yeongdo-gu, Busan (부산광역시 영도구 영선동4가 1044-6)
Busan City Tour Bus: The Huinnyeoul Culture Village is a stop on the Green Line so you can get on and off no problem with the Busan City Tour Bus.

Indulge in some retail therapy at Centum City, home to Shinsegae Centum City, the world’s largest department store. Explore the countless shops, boutiques, and entertainment options within the complex. Afterward, unwind at Shinsegae Spa Land, a luxurious spa and sauna facility located within the department store. Relax in various themed saunas, hot baths, and rejuvenating treatments

Gwangalli Beach and Diamond Bridge:
End your 48 hours in Busan with a visit to Gwangalli Beach. As the sun sets, witness the spectacular light show on Gwangan Bridge, also known as Diamond Bridge. Choose a beachside cafe or restaurant to enjoy a romantic dinner with panoramic views of the illuminated bridge and the glittering city skyline.

Busan, with its harmonious blend of tradition and modernity, offers a perfect destination for a short yet fulfilling getaway. Whether you’re exploring cultural landmarks, enjoying delicious local cuisine, or relaxing on picturesque beaches, 48 hours in Busan is sure to leave you with lasting memories of this enchanting coastal city.

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