Busan, great place to travel with great foods. #Vicki’sRecipe
I have traveled to Busan, Korea last winter during the winter break. Busan is a ocean city in Korea as second most-populous city after Seoul and it is famous of its seafood and pretty night view.
The best way to transport within Korea is to take subway and train, of course there are really good food in stations. I had my lunch in Busan station food court, claim noodle soup which is super fresh. In the train station there are also many individual stores like cake shops, coffee shops, as well as gift shops where I bought really cute lighting phone case.
I also visited the Gamchon culture village, it is one of my favorite parts of Busan. The houses are beautifully colorful and the village offers far more to see and do than expected. There are many small shops and cafes along the main route, and the hamburger restaurant we visited was excellent!
Korea is so famous as its coffee culture. There are coffee shops everywhere you go and Korean people are so talented about making cute and fancy coffee shops. Every coffee shop will have something that more than you expected.
Finally comes to the night. Dinner of Gejang, salted fermented seafood in Korean cuisine, which is made by marinating fresh raw crabs either in ganjang (soy sauce) or in a sauce based on chili pepper powder. It was actually scary to eat an uncooked crab; I suggest you to try if you can but you may not like it just like me. Last, a pretty night view of Busan. Good night Busan.