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Haeundae Beach is inarguably the most famous beach in Busan. The white sandy beach stretches for roughly 1.5km over a width of 30-50m with a total surface area of 58,400㎡, creating a beautiful coastline before a shallow bay that makes Haeundae Beach the perfect spot for lounging around in the summer. People from around the country flock to Haeundae Beach every summer. The small buildings and impressive 5-star hotels that line the coast create a uniquely modern, yet beachy atmosphere that is characteristic to Haeundae.
Oryukdo Skywalk used to be called Seungdumal, an old Korean term for the shape of a saddle. The protruding areas of Seungdumal smoothed out with time and ended up creating Seonchangnaru Peak and Eogui Hill. Construction began on September 12, 2012 and ended in October 18, 2013 and the Oryuko Skywalk was ready for tourists.
Gwangalli Beach is located west of Haeundae Beach. It is 1.4m long and 25-110m wide with a total surface area of about 82,000㎡. The area has undergone consistent water cleanings, and the pristine water conditions has resulted in a flock of young tourists. The Gwangalli area is also filled with interesting restaurants, cafes, and even famous fashion shops and attractions that are just as good as downtown Busan.
Jagalchi Market is located near the heart of the city and is Korea's largest seafood market, selling both live and dried fish. The name Jagalchi takes its root from Jagal Beach and a type of popular fish that is sold in seafood markets.