The 2022 Haeundae Sand Festival, the only eco-friendly exhibition based on sand in Korea, will be held at Haeundae Beach and Haeundae Square at Gunam-ro from May 20 to May 23, 2022 under the theme of “World Travel with Sand”.
With the city’s seven beaches set to close Tuesday morning for two weeks due to enhanced social distancing measures beginning, many people have been asking why the beaches are closing and bringing an end to the summer operations season.
The train is the city’s newest tourist attraction that runs 4.8-kilometers at the eco-friendly Haeundae Blue Line Park along the abandoned site of the old Donghae Nambu Line and lets riders enjoy spectacular coastal views of East Busan.
Sea snails are one of the popular cooking ingredients in Korea. You can find the dishes made of sea snails in Japan and France, but around 80 percent of sea snails caught in oceans around the world are consumed in South Korea.