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(Busan) First, eating! After then, working out!

haeundae beach grilled clams

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Hi guys, I’m Hwajin! I know it’s a little bit difficult to pronounce to you guys. So, I go by BRENDA or JIN! Just call me whatever you want. OK, let’s talk about me.
I’m a senior in university and I live in Busan. I have lived Texas for a year as an exchange student. As you know after checking my video, I’m crazy in traveling. Since I was born, my father is my best tourmate so far. He enjoys traveling in his youth. I guess I might have the same characteristic with him haha. 

Anyway! I have been traveling 22 countries so far. Both North and South America, Middle East, Europe, and absolutely Asia. During the traveling, I met so many kinds of people from everywhere. This experience makes me more outgoing and friendly. At the first time when I arrived abroad, I was so fearful of everything. 

Because I couldn’t speak English very well and I was traveling alone. However, I noticed that language was not a problem. Every moment makes my life more valuable. Sharing each other’s feeling and hanging out with people made us to be good friends. I BET I can be a cool friend to you guys.


3 hrs


Nature / Food


Busan Haeundae 

First, Chungsapo

This time, it’s time to go to a Bridge on the Beach! Chungsapo has opend a bridge on the beach. First, Chungsapo beach is located at between Haeundae and Songjeong beach. This place is not crowded, so here is popular to Busan residents.
In this silent beach, one of the beautiest bridge has built this August. It’s named Daritdol Observatory. We can see the beach at the transparent bridge. 

Second, Dinner, Grilled clams

Also, here is wonderful place to see beach and have a delicious meal. Chungsapo has so many delicious restaurants that cook grilled clams. I think people who visit Busan need to eat this food. And I know the best restaurant in this area, so we can have a great dinner.

Third, Haeundae Beach

After eating dinner, we are going to have a walk to Haeundae. The middle of Haeundae and Chungsapo, there is a road named Dalmagee. Walking around this road, then we can reach Haeundae within half an hour. At the Haeundae beach,
we can have a coffee or kinda beer on the sand. If you don’t want whenever you can go to do other things. It’ll be free after this time!




Jangsan Subway Station (Line 2), Exit6 (outside)



Chungsapo transparent bridge



Go to eat delicious Grilled Clams!



After eating, walking to the Haeundae beach



Arriving at the beach



End of tour


I want to show you the Real Korea travel stories with locals. For further questions, ask me anytime throught the MYTM facebook. I will reponse right away.

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