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An old Buddhist temple with a rich history of about 1,300 years, Beomeosa Temple is located on the slope of the mountain Geumjeongsan. This temple was built by monk Ui Sang in the 18th year of King Munmu of the Silla Kingdom. Beomeosa Temple boasts a number of cultural properties and relics such as the main hall Daeungjeon and the Three-story Pagoda.
Well known for its white sand, Gwangalli Beach is a 1.4 kilometers long and 64 meters wide beach must visit for visitors in Busan. Around this beach, there are numbers of cafes, restaurants, and more than 300 raw fish restaurants. In proximity, there is Gwagan Bridge, which is Korea's largest double-leveled bridge for cars only. This bridge is also a must-see attraction due to the illuminating lights that can produce more than 100,000 colors matching the night view of the beach.
Taejongdae Resort Park
A natural park in Busan, Taejongdae Resort Park boasts spectacular cliffs facing the open sea on the southernmost tip of the Yeongdo-gu Island. This park was named after the 29th king of Silla Dynasty, King Taejong Mu-Yeol. The king had traveled a number of places but this park was the place where he enjoyed shooting arrows. Taejongdae Resort Park remains open from 4 AM to 10 PM every day.
Probably the most famous beach in the country, Haeundae Beach is an excellent place to visit for those who want to relax in the midst of scenic beauty. The beach is accessible every year from early July to late August.