Muse On Vinyl Bar, Busan. February 2015. I was strolling the streets of Busan with no particular plan when I stumbled upon Muse On Vinyl Bar in the city’s trendy Haeundae District. I hadn’t yet learned about Busan’s collection of throwback vinyl bars, thus I found myself instinctively heading inside, unsure of what to expect. […]Read More
UN Memorial Cemetery, Busan. February 2015. No matter which country I find myself in, I’m always on the lookout for unique travel sights. In this respect, it doesn’t get much more distinctive than the world’s only United Nations Memorial Cemetery. This beautifully crafted, fourteen hectare graveyard sits in the South Korean city of Busan. Constructed […]Read More
February 2015. While on the face of it Busan might seem like an unashamedly modern city, there are plenty of opportunities to tap into its roots. One such experience is the weird and wonderful Jagalchi Fish Market in the commercial district of Nampo-dong. Fittingly located on the edge of Busan Harbour, this is the biggest […]Read More
February 2015. Many Koreans consider Haeundae Beach the prettier of Busan’s two urban beaches. Moreover, do some online digging and you’ll find plenty of platitudes along the lines of “The most gorgeous beach in South Korea”. My own Haeundae experience came on a grey, chilly February weekday morning. While it’s safe to say I didn’t […]Read More
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