South Korea Trip Day 2: Tourist Attractions in Busan


Woohoo! Welcome back readers! I hope you have read my South Korea Trip Day 1 Blog Post and today I am going to continue my journey post about my Day 2 South Korea trip in Busan. Yes! As you can see this post is super long because we really had a super long fruitful day!

To start off our Day 2 tour in Busan, we proceed on to Centum City station and bought the Humetro one-day pass from the vending machine which cost at 4000KRW. Followed by, we took a subway to Haeundae station.

Ticket Vending Machine

Change your big note to small note of KRW!

Inside the Subway

After we reached the Haeundae station, we moved on to exit 7 of Haeundae station and took a bus #181 directly to Haedong Yonggungsa Temple. Along our way, I would like to thank those people who guided us there. It wasn’t easy as a tourist; we spent about 50 minutes to reach there. Hence, I got help from my google map too!

Google map had become my personal useful guide during my trip to unfamiliar places.

Welcome to Hae Dong Yong Gung Temple!

We took short walk up to the top of the road path…

This place is very happening as part of famous tourist attraction in Busan

Took a picture with horse statue

Decoration outside Haedong Yonggungsa Temple

Police Traffic God

Let’s enter Haedong Yonggungsa Temple!

Keep on climbing up!

Time for inner peace

Wow! It was an amazing and stunning moment when my first step into the Haedong Yonggungsa Temple. The Buddhist temple was located right at a high hill and it was a great achievement to climb up the high hill and see the beautiful breezing sea-view scenery. I really enjoyed experience the chilling weather at Haedong Yonggungsa Temple. It’s also our lucky day to meet a new friend’s Zhenxia who currently an exchange student in Korea.

Stunning nature sea view

Spectacular landscape from the top view of Haedong Yonggungsa Temple

Heavenly view of Haedong Yonggungsa Temple!

Miniature Photography

Seeing beautiful landscape through my own eyes.

Photo with Nich at Haedong Yonggungsa Temple!

Next, we went to the nearby café located outside along the street of Haedong Yonggungsa Temple to have coffee break with our new friend’s Zhenxia. The café interior was very traditional and the price-range of a coffee was very reasonable. 

I enjoyed my hot cappuccino drink and Thanks to the free Wi-Fi, I managed to check my blog and update my friends about my Korea trip LIVELY by using the Microsoft Surface RT.

Photo with Zhenxia, Nich and Grace at Haedong Yonggungsa Temple

Time flies, we took a cab and headed off to visit Nurimaru Apec House.

This stall very famous, super long queue!

Quick bite before walking through the freezing park.

City landscape at nearby Nurimaru Apec House

Photo of Nurimaru Apec House!

Next destination is located all round Nampo station!

In Korea, people queue to enter the subway too.

Last night in Busan! 

Evening-Night time, we took a subway to Nampo Station to visit our last destination in our travel itinerary. In Busan nightlife, the places you have to visit were Nampo-dong, BIFF Plaza, Gukje Market and Jagalchi Market. This was where you can find stuff such as fashionable fashion store, delicious and traditional Korean food, and latest gadget and lifestyle products.

LOL! Passe by Sex shop in Busan!

Surprising we found Bee Cheng Hiang (美珍香‎) in Busan Korea!

Korean Ramen for my dinner. 

It was our last night in Busan; I could like to conclude my 2 Days journey in Busan Korea was fruitful and memorable. Glad to meet new friend along the trip and within the short period of hours, we managed to visit quite lots of tourist attraction places in Busan.  Well, as for our third day trip in South Korea, we had travelled to Tongyeong! What’s happening there? Well, Stay tune readers! *Smiles*


  1. I think i going to get korean ramen for dinner tonight 😛 Did you eat the Bee Cheng Hiang there? Wonder if it's customised to korean taste

  2. Hi im korean .. I wonder where foreigners visit in korea. Thats why I have just stopped by here .
    wow busan… i have been to busan..just one time because i live in seoul .. you are better than me .. you are Good at posting korea trip . there is a green tea in the last picture. lol thank you for posting our country .. have a good day~~:)

    • Hi jj, greeting from Singapore! It was a pleasure to receive your comment and thanks for reading my Korea trip post too! I really enjoy my trip in Korea.

      Have a great week ahead! 🙂