Busan – the largest port city in South Korea – is known for beaches, mountains and temples and reminds me of San Francisco. Enjoy the views!
These photos were taken from the Busan Observatory Tower.
The 387′ tall Busan Observatory at Yongdusan Park. Yongdusan means “dragon mountain.”
Busan at night.
I really admire the new Maritime Museum building
Gwangalii Beach is surrounded by modern buildings and is easily accessible by Metro.
The suspension “Diamond Bridge” at Gwangalii.
Detail of the carved floral motif on a temple door.
Detail of the beautiful carved doors on a temple.
Details of two different pagoda’s rafters.
Peaceful Pagoda. This is one of my favorite photos. It sums up the beauty of land, sea and sky in Busan
We are back in Portland, Oregon to begin a house/dog-sit assignment caring for Watson. The adventure continues! Meet You in the Morning next week!
Nice! Busan looks very peaceful. I love the bridges. I am partial to cities on water ☺️
I love the water views too. The city streets are not as peaceful!
Welcome back! Have so enjoyed your trip around the world. I will be looking forward to seeing what your plans are for the future. I am still working on my bucket list of seeing all 50 states. I am off to Alaska soon and then will have 6 left to see.
I’d like to go around the world again!!! We missed so much, and then there’s always the favorites to return to.
Good for you on the Bucket List accomplishment! The USA has some great sights too. I’m curious…What are the final 6 states?
I hope you will stay posted for our next adventure.