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  • Busan is South Korea's second-largest city after Seoul,

  • and is around 350 kilometres to the South of the capital.

  • Where Seoul is a polished, modern city, Busan is a seaside port

  • of great charm and natural beauty.

  • There are some beautiful beaches and parks in Busan,

  • and one of South Korea's most popular summer destinations is Haeundae Beach,

  • which attracts holidaymakers from all over the country,

  • to its white sands, as well as for the five-star hotels and casinos along the esplanade.

  • Not far away is Nurimaru APEC House,

  • which is a modern version of traditional Korean design.

  • The building was used for the 2005 APEC Meeting

  • and is set in lovely gardens on the coast.

  • Further to the South, Taejongdae Park in Yeongdo-gu,

  • is well-known for its rocky beach,

  • but there are also lovely walking paths that wind through the coastal hills,

  • where you can explore temples, a lighthouse,

  • and more than 200 types of evergreen trees.

  • Busy Jagalchi Market specialises in seafood,

  • with one half dedicated to fresh seafood,

  • and the other half selling dried and preserved produce.

  • Being right next to the port,

  • you're always guaranteed to get the pick of the city's freshest catch.

  • Connected to the city center by subway,

  • the huge Shinsegae Centum City is the world's largest department store.

  • Covering half-a-million square meters,

  • the shopping complex has hundreds of shops, restaurants and entertainment venues.

  • Busan lets visitors experience a little of South Korea's traditional lifestyle,

  • but also offers every modern convenience, making Busan a wonderful holiday destination.

Busan is South Korea's second-largest city after Seoul,

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