Busan Destinations: Millak Waterfront Park

by Dynamic Busan Staff
Busan Haps Magazine
From Gwangan metro station, head left once you get to the beach. There, you’ll find Millak, home to a large raw fish center and Millak Waterfront Park.
 
Purchase fresh raw fish and head to the waterfront park. Find a seat and savor just how good locally-caught, fresh fish can taste. Of course, no raw fish meal would be complete without at least a little soju, making this a true Busan beach experience.
 
 
From this side of the beach, Gwangan Bridge seems so much bigger, like the moon when viewed from different angles and from different parts of the world. No wonder the spot is popular for amateur photographers posting masterpieces on Facebook and Instagram.
 
Before you leave the area, make sure to check out the soaring parking tower near Millak Port, where a large, meticulously-drawn depiction of a fisherman stands 56 meters tall. It’s quite a dramatic sight and a good landmark to tell people about if they get lost!
 
Have fun! But, remember to have a care. That means garbage in, garbage out. For your convenience, a dumping ground for trash is nearby.
 
Park Information
 
Location: 361, Gwanganhaebyeon-ro, Suyeong-gu
 
How to get there: Geumnyeonsan Station (Metro line 2), exit 1. Take bus 83-1 or just walk to the beach, heading left once you arrive. Or, Suyeong Station (Metro lines 2 and 3), exit 5. Take bus 210 near the exit and get off at the Millak Waterfront Park bus stop.

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