South Korea, Busan

Busan, here for a week, love it! So much to see and do a month would not be long enough. Busan is South Korea’s largest port, and also considered South Korea’s kitchen, with seafood being featured.

Cherry blossoms are in full bloom!

Year of birth and favorite drink together 

South Korea’s largest seafood market

Taken from top of Lotte department store

Songdo beach cable car, with a glass bottom

Kelp collector

Free artist demonstrations at Busan tower. Says, “Charlotte, as beautiful as a flower ”Agree!

Entrance to book alley

Hoppy likes books, (but mostly the pictures)

Haeundae Blueline Park (Sky Capsule)

Kimchi jars


Huinnyeoul Culture Village

Gamcheon Village was built during the 1920s and 1930s when the government decided to relocate the working-class population into an area secluded from the port, yet close enough to provide labor. In 2009, the government carried out a public art-themed renovation effort to convert the village to a tourist attraction. It called for art students, professional artists, and residents to maintain, repair, and "decorate" the village with art.

Cat on left is saying, “The bread smells good, hurry up and buy it human”. Cat on right is saying, “I turn my back to you”.

Kimchi jars

Charlotte is part of the BTS army

Hoppy likes the Little Prince

First founded in 1376, Haedong Yonggung Temple, which means Korean Dragon Palace Temple, is the only seaside temple in South Korea

Fresh seafood on the grill

Hoppy love's Busan!


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