Makgeolli has a deep history in Korea as a farmer’s tonic meant to give them energy to continue their hard day’s work. The rice wine is also pretty inexpensive and, thus, hit its peak in the 70s and 80s as an affordable libation.
Gwangalli Beach is one of the best places in the city to go out at night and experience the nightlife of Busan.
If you’re looking for a quiet date choice, a place to chill with friends or looking to go out on a rip, the beach area is bustling during the warmer months with people searching for some great nightime atmosphere.
Any Korean, who has memories of going to a street market with their mom or with friends after school, would remember the Korean tongasu in the 1980s or 1990s. Japanese pork cutlet is so common in Korea these days that it is not easy to find the old Korean-style tongasu. The sauce is somewhat unique and the humble soup is unforgettable.