Busan, day 8

Busan is truly beautiful! The city is a lot calmer, and there’s sea surrounding it from side to side, which makes it for quite idyllic landscapes. The beaches were simply stunning! We had the chance to stay at a hostel tucked away from the city, but with kind of our own private beach and quietude, which was absolutely what we needed for some rest.

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Full of colour and history, South Korea is just beautiful! There’s art everywhere, and its own aesthetics carry a strong feeling of a somewhat sensitive nature, I cannot quite explain… There’s a massive contrast between old and modern in every corner; massive buildings surround the ancient palaces and temples spread all over the city. The nights never feel lonely; neon lights light up everywhere and the streets are constantly alive. There’s so much to see, and so much great food to taste… I felt like my time there was not even enough to do/try it all. I visited around the time the leaves were about to change colour, which made it all even more beautiful!

I can’t forget to mention the people… Everybody is so kind, and I was lucky enough to constantly be surrounded by this kindness during my time in Korea

Gamcheon Culture Village

just like a dream

entering Taejongdae park at Sunset time

the amazing fish market/restaurant at the bottom of the cliffs

v for victory

 

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