Fortress Village nestling snugly at the basin of Geumjeongsan Mountain, 450m above sea level, is one of a few pristine areas in Busan with the beautiful natural environment of mountain ridge surrounding the village like a folding screen. With a variety of experiences, such as ceramic making, the village offers a wide range of foods including Geumjeongsanseong makgeolli, black goat bulgogi (marinated and grilled meat) and duck meat.
Huinnyeoul-gil Road, Busan’s signature original downtown area, was named such because streams of water meandering down from the foot of Bongnaesan Mountain look as if it snowed. Once the place where war refugees’ sorrowful lives began, it is now home to the Huinnyeoul Village Community, where residents gather. The Huinnyeoul Village Community operates culture and art education programs to give joy and happiness in their daily lives, and the Village Information Center (village guest room, 194, Jeoryeong-ro, Yeongdo-gu) operates the Village Café and village tours for joint profit projects.