Taejongdae Park Tours
About Taejongdae Park, Busan
Located on the southernmost tip of Yeongdo-gu, Taejongdae park is a natural park and one of the popular tourist attractions of Busan. Its white lighthouse overlooking the green sea and the observation deck makes the entire park look exotic. You can just walk down the lighthouse, have your own time and can enjoy having fresh raw fish on the rocky shore. However, the distance between the entrance gate and the lighthouse is quite long. So, if walking is not your genre, you can take a tour course or buy tickets of Danubi trains. Whether you come with your family or with your spouse, you are definitely going to fall in love with the scenic beauty of this place.
On clear sky day, you can even spot Tsushima or Daema, Island of Japan from the rocky cliff. At the edge of the rocks, food tents are there where you can take a quick bite and can again walk around the park. From the dock, mini cruise ship trip are also there to move around the cliffs.
- Taejondae tour course (1 hour): Plaza → Natural Observation Path → Sports Park → Taejongsa Temple → Lighthouse → Lighthouse Jagal Madang → Lighthouse Cruise Ship → Observatory → South Port Viewing Point → Gumyeongsa Temple → Taewon Jagal Madang → Taewon Cruise Ship → Gonpo Cruise Ship → Plaza
- Couple Tour Course: Plaza → Lighthouse → Lighthouse Jagal Madang → Lighthouse Cruise Ship → Observatory → South Port Viewing Point → Taewon Jagal Madang → Taewon Cruise Ship → Gonpo Cruise Ship → Plaza
- Family Tour Course: Yeongdo Bridge → 75 Plaza → Jeoryeong Coastal Walkway → Taejongdae → Dongsamdong Shell Midden → Busandaegyo Bridge Danubi Train Course Platform→ Taejongsa Temple → Yeongdo Lighthouse → Observatory → Gumyeongsa Temple → Taewon Jagal Madang → Platform
- Cruise Ship Course: Dock → Jodo Island → Taejongdae → Haemangdong Coastline
Taejongdae Park Information
- Pets are allowed but must be on leash.
- Carry plastic bag to dispose of pet litter.
- Baby stroller are not available on rent.
- Vehicles are allowed for parking, after 9:00 am.
- Mountains are not accessible from November – May
- Danubi trains are available on every 20 to 30 minutes.
- Wheel chair rental facility is available.
- Free train rides for children below 4 years.
Taejongdae Park Tickets Prices
Charges for Danubi Train
- Adults – 2,000 won(personal), 1,600 won (group of 30 or more), 1,600won (family fare)
- Youth – 1,500won (personal), 1,200 won ( group of 30 or more), 1,200 won(family fare)
- Children – 1,000won (personal), 800 won (group of 30 or more), 800 won (family fare)
- Light-weighted cars – 800 won
- Small cars – 1,500 won
- Mid-sized cars (more than 15 passengers) – 3000 won
- Large-sized cars – 4,500 won
Taejongdae Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Parking area– 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Danubi Train Course Schedule:
- March to October – 9:20 am to 8:00 pm
- November to February – 9:20 am to 7:00 pm
For Tickets Timings:
- March to October – 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
- November to February – 9:00 am to 6:30 pm
- 20% discount for people holding city tour pass.
How To Get To Taejongdae Park by Public Transport
- Take bus no – 88 or 101 from Busan bus station and get off at Taejongdae Park.
- Other buses for Taejongdae Park are 8, 13, 30.
Restaurants Near Taejongdae Park
There are food tents on the edge of the rocks to take small bite while going around the place. Some of them are:
On amusement park roadside circulation
- No.1 shops (Tae front Inc.)
- No. 2 shops (four Tae above)
- No. 3 shops (noun phrase above)
- No.4 shops (lighthouse amusement park down the road)
- Jeulkin Cafe (amusement park plaza)
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Address: 29-1 San Dongsam 2-dong Yeongdo-gu, Busan, Korea
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 04:00 am - 11:59 pm Details
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We didn't take the train due to long wait - we were going to take the train but it was too cold to wait outside. If you choose to walk, you get to stop by different spots to enjoy the view. It's worth a visit!
The cliffs of Taegongdae puts you face to face with South Korea’s southern coast. In fact, it’s on the southern tip of an island off Busan, the Yeongdo Island. The entire area is a national park and designated as one of 28 monuments in Busan. This southern tip of Yeongdo-gu is named after the 29th King of the Silla Dynasty, King TaeJong who apparently loves archery and practices from this cliff point. Since Taegongdae is a park on a hill perched facing magnificent ocean views, walking around the park would definitely make you sweat, unless it’s winter. If you don’t want to walk the park, there’s a train that goes around the part that lets you get on and off. Save the walking, but you’ll lose out on achieving those steps on your fitness tracker. :) Taejong-Dae lighthouse. Below this lighthouse is a rock that legends say is where gods and goddesses came down from the heavens to relax. I guess even gods and goddesses need a break too, and Taejong-Dae, with its magnificent cliff views of the ocean is an excellent choice. Venture down below the lighthouse and you'll find ahjumas (aunties) selling right of the sea seafood. Fresh octopus, as in still living is served raw on makeshifts by the cliffs. The octopus is cut open in front of you, served while the parts are still moving. Eerie, somewhat disgusting yet fascinating. Eating raw seafood that's still moving is definitely part of the charm of Busan. I just couldn't move past the wriggling parts. Sitting on a rock by the sea. Ocean waves crashing underneath with winds running chills through my bones. All I could think about was how much I needed this good moment to remember.
Enjoyable ferry ride. You can choose to take bus as well but ferry ride you will be able to see the beautiful cliff
This is the most place I love in Busan 태 종대유원지. Unfortunately there were some area are closed for visiting due to reconstruction.
Incredibly beautiful leisure park that the whole family can enjoy. I'd recommend taking a danubi train (3,000 won each) if you bring the elderly or small kids. For tourists staying in Seomyeon area; from Seomyeon Station Exit 1, walk to the bus stop and take the bus #88 to the end of the line.
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