It is a land created and gifted by Mother Nature, with exotic scenery of stunning rock cliffs along the ocean, diverse beach activities any time of the year, and great hiking trails deep in the mountains and forests. Gangwon-do Province offers everything that the contactless era wants. Let’s go to Gangwon-do Province, where you can recharge yourself in nature.
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If you want to see Busan at a glance, go to Hwangnyeongsan Mountain. Located at the heart of Busan, it is the best lookout to get a panoramic view of the entire city, including Taejongdae Park, Godangbong Peak of Geumjeongsan Mountain, and the Nakdonggang River.
The mountain is also known for a great place for night hiking and a great night view, and every season of the mountain offers its own unique beauty.
391-39, Hwangnyeongsan-ro, Nam-gu, Busan Metropolitan City
Located in the southwestern part of the city, this beach is near the estuary where a freshwater stream meets the ocean, meaning that the water is warm and shallow. High-quality natural sand has been piled up in a gentle slope, creating a white sand beach good for walking. It is a great place to see a sunset where the sun paints the sky red.
Amir Park in Yeongdo-gu has a hydrangea road, where you can enjoy the view of the sea and hydrangeas together. Located next to Korea National Maritime Museum, the park features a large lawn and a view of the vast ocean. The 350-meter-long road becomes one of the most visited places in June and July when hydrangeas are in full bloom.
55, Haeyang-ro 301beon-gil, Yeongdo-gu, Busan Metropolitan City
Busan Healing Forest
Nestled in the foothills of Jangnyeonsan Mountain (240m) in Gijang-gun, Busan Healing Forest has drawn attention as a place for relaxation and healing. Since its opening in 2017, the Forest has provided a variety of healing programs to give visitors a new experience through its various facilities, such as Forest Culture Center, Forest Library, and various areas for rest and meditation.
Heodong Reservoir, the water of which is used as a water source for the city of Busan, is loved by the public as an urban space for relaxation. Its 2-kilometer-long nature trails stretching from the red clay paths of Ttangmoesan Mountain to the observatory on Bueongsan Mountain has been very popular. It has drawn attention as a great destination for contactless travel because you can truly relax in nature.
121, Seon-dong, Geumjeong-gu, Busan Metropolitan City
Daejeo Ecological Park
This eco-park has small and large wetlands, waterways, grasslands, rapeseed flower gardens, and various sports facilities, providing a great space for leisure and relaxation. In April, rapeseed flowers are in full bloom covering an area as big as 63 soccer fields, and yellow sunflowers greet visitors in summer and cosmos flowers in autumn.