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Top-tier Korean tourism reaches new heights


Haeundae Blue Line Park is one of the city's most popular attractions. (Source: Visit Busan)

 Tourism throughout Korea has resumed and for those unsure where to go, the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) announced "100 must-visit tourist spots in Korea for 2023-2024," at the end of last year. Among them, eight Busan locales were chosen. Every two years, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the KTO partner to create this list and Taejongdae Park has made the list for six consecutive years. At another stop on the list lies the Haeundae Blue Line Park, a tourist attraction selected as 2022's "Star of Korea Tourism," the highest rela-ted award in Korea. Established in 2020, the facility allows the more than 700,000 annual visitors to en-joy seaside scenery from Mipo to Songjeong via Beach Train, Sky Ca-psule, Skywalk and boardwalk trail.

① Taejongdae Park, a scenic spot on Yeongdo Island
② Haeundae Beach and Songjeong Beach, two of the city's seven beaches
③ Gamcheon Culture Village, called the Santorini of Busan
④ Yongdusan Jagalchi Tourism Special Zone (Nampo-dong area in Jung-gu including Yongdusan Park and Jagalchi Market)
⑤ Songdo Beach, Korea's first public beach and Songdo Yonggung Suspension Bridge, the skywalk near the beach
⑥ Osiria Tourism Complex, where lots of tourism facilities gather, including accommodation, shopping and an amusement park
⑦ BUSAN X the SKY, the observatory at the top of Haeundae LCT Landmark Tower, one of the skyscrapers in Haeundae
⑧ Gwangalli Beach and "SUP Zone," with a variety of marine leisure sports