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The Haeundae geosite, the one of symbols of Busan and one of Korea's the most popular summer holiday destinations, consists of a beach with a length of 1.5km, a width of 70–90m and an area of 120,000㎡ , a land-tied island Dongbaekseom on the west, and a natural hot springs located behind the white sandy beach. Walking along the coastal promenade of Dongbaekseom Island, Haeundae Beach, and the hot springs, you will find that it is a place where history and culture coexist with a beautiful scenery, remains of the volcanic activity in the Late Cretaceous, and geological heritages reflecting the hot Earth’s interior. The Cretaceous andesitic volcanic breccias are exposed along the coast, and sea cliffs and tafonis that are the characteristics of rocky coasts are observed. The geosite is a tourist attraction where you can enjoy sea bathing and hot springs at the same time, and it is a complex geological attraction where history, culture, and ecological elements coexist in various ways along with geological heritage.