Busan(Suyeong-gu)

Hongdo Hoetjip boasts 38-years of tradition, trust, and taste since 1976, operating throughout two generations. Visitors can enjoy raw fish while seeing the pretty view of Gwangandaegyo Bridge and Gwangalli Beach as well.


Busan(Dongnae-gu)

Eoga Chobap is Japanese restaurant, located in the building of Hershimchung on the first floor and it has a exclusive and dignified ambience. There are large seats in the center of the restaurant as well as individual seats. Assorted raw fish and chobap (sushi) are the main menus and the side menu including salads, varied seafood, grilled fish, and deep-fried food. Fruits, coffee or green tea is also served as dessert. Visitors planning to visit during weekends must make a reservation because the building of Hershimchung houses wedding banquet that groups visits may be crowded.


Busan(Nam-gu)

Gohyangjip Kalguksu offers kal-guksu (noodle soup) using home grown red pepper powder, rice, and seasonal vegetables.


Busan(Busanjin-gu)

Boltaegijip has been recognized across the nation for 15 years for its delectable foods and tradition. It serves steamed fish, fish stew, and boiled fish cooked with one of three fish, including cod, blowfish, and loach. Daeguppol-jjim (braised codfish head) is especially popular.


Busan(Busanjin-gu)

Fresh octopus and a variety of seafood create special flavor at this restaurant. The octopus is mixed with a variety of vegetables and noodles and cooked on a pan with noodles to make a mouth watering dish. They serve stir-fried octopus, stir-fried shrimp, and beef tripe.


Busan(Gijang-gun)

Cheokpanam Hermitage was initially built in 673 by a monk named Wonhyo, whose legend is still passed down, and was restored in 1938 by another monk named Gyeongheo. Nestled inside the forest on Bulgwangsan Mountain, the hermitage offers a splendid view of the its surroundings. It is located nearby Jangansa Temple, also built by Wonhyo.


Busan(Dongnae-gu)

Annyang Haemul-tang is a spicy seafood stew restaurant located in Sajik-dong, Busan.


Busan(Busanjin-gu)

Wonjohalmae Nakji (Grandma's Original Octopus) is a local restaurant specializing in food cooked with fresh shrimp and small octopus purchased every day at dawn at the local Samcheonpo Port. It is prepared with other various ingredients, such as garlic, sesame oil, red pepper powder, and other spices. It is a delicious food with an appetizing reddish hue.


Busan(Dongnae-gu)

Happy Mom House located in Dongnae-gu, Busan is a homestay in an apartment located within 3 minutes away from Minam Station on Busan Metro Lines 3 & 4 and 15 minutes away from Dongnae Intercity Bus Stop, both on foot. It's also very close to a number of popular tourist destinations including Dongnaeeupseong Fortress and Dongnae Oncheon District. It’s an ordinary apartment with living room and kitchen. There are two guestrooms: one small room for one person, and a larger one for up to three people. Guests get to experience various types of tea and tea sets from different cultures because the owner of the place is a tea lover who serves Korean traditional tea and snacks at the time of check-in and free homemade breakfast. It's a great place to stay for those looking for a quiet place. Pickup service and long-term stay are also available. Just be sure to ask at the time of booking. Since it's located in an apartment complex, children under 12 years and pets are not allowed.