Your tour begins with a pick-up from Nampo subway station at 8pm, in front of Gate No.7.
Youll explorethe Skywalk above on Songdo beach, and then stop byGamcheon Culture Village. After, you will head to the observation platform on Mt. Cheonma. Your tour ends atBupyeong Night Market, which offers a wide array ofKorean street food.
Itinerary as follows:
1.Pick up fromNampo Station Gate No.7
2. Songdo Beach (Skywalk)
Songdo Beach was the first official public beach in all of Korea. The beach opened in 1913 and in 2000 underwent 5 years of reservation and planning to make it more popular for tourists.The night scene of Songdo is spectacular and enchanting with small- and large-sized freight and commercial ships anchored in the port. At dusk, sitting on the beach, one can lose track of time while enjoying the colorful night lights from Nampo-dong andCh'agalchi Fish Market reflecting off the water and the salty sea breeze. The ships, sea gulls, raw fish restaurants, and serenity of the road to Amnam Park make a magnificent spectacle.
3. Gamcheon Culture Village
Gamcheon Culture Village is formed by houses built in staircase-fashion on the foothills of a coastal mountain, earning this village the nickname of "Machu Picchu of Busan." The many alleys cutting through this community are vibrantly decorated with murals and sculptures created by the residents. you can see the night scene in Village. We will tell you the detailed story about This Village
4. Observation Platform on Mt.Cheonma
There are lots of great places where you can get a view or night view in Busan but none of them has a view of the whole city of Busan except Cheonma Mountain. Upon arrival, it will take about 15 minutes to walk to the observation platform where you can soak in the beautiful view of the city.
5.Drop off (Bupyeng Night Market)
Bupyeong Kkangtong Night Market showcases the ultimate charm of a Korean traditional market, hence being much loved as a global tourism hot spot. The night market is open 6 p.m. to midnight. The most popular venue is, of course, the area that sells food native to Busan. Starting with stand No. 1, which sells Busans iconic seed hotteok (sweet pancake with nuts), a bevy of stalls supply Busans seafood bread, sweet red bean porridge and yubu jeongol (fried tofu stew).