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Gwangbokdong Food Street 광복동 먹자골목

  • +82-51-245-7389
Gwangbok-dong, Jung-gu, Busan-si

Located in Gwangbok-dong, Restaurant Street is one of the most popular places in Busan. The area between tourist attractions such as Gukje Market and Nampo-dong offers more than 20 restaurants with over 60 years of history. There is even a variety of delicious street foods available at KRW 1,000-2,000. Great food, inexpensive prices, and generous street merchants make this street one of the popular spots among international tourists.

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