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Fuzzy Navel, Busan

August 9, 2010 | Food, Nightlife, Things to Do | Read More
Are you craving Mexican food while in Busan? That’s no problem. Try eating at Fuzzy Navel in Haeundae. This quaint two-story bar had tacos, nachos, fajitas, quesadillas and burritos. Appetizers and coffee are also sold there. The bar is near the beach and other restaurants that cater to foreigners....

Breeze Burns Restaurant

Breeze Burns Restaurant August 9, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
Breeze BurnsIf you are craving a big juicy beef burger, then look no further than Breeze Burns. The restaurant has probably the tastiest burgers in Busan. Served with an order of fries, the burgers at Breeze Burns are made with pure Australian beef. There is at least one oddity when ordering this standard...

Todai Restaurant

Todai Restaurant August 9, 2010 | Food, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Crab legs at Todai.If you are itching for all you can eat king crab legs, head over to Todai Restaurant, a buffet style restaurant with a location in Seomyeon. Although the restaurant has a large range of foods from Chinese, American, to Korean, it’s the crab legs that makes this buffet special....

Thursday Party in Busan

Thursday Party in Busan July 30, 2010 | Food, Nightlife, What's New | Read More
Thursday PartyThursday Party is a bar with several locations in Busan. To get to the Haeundae location, get off at the Haeundae subway stop and take exit 5 to the beach. Then walk down the main street until you see Thursday Party on the right. The bar plays Western music in a cozy, intimate atmosphere....

Haeundae Market

Haeundae Market July 30, 2010 | Food, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Discount Store in Haeundae MarketHaeundae Market is a somewhat hidden gem among the restaurants and nightclubs in Busan. Walk in the market and you’ll see old women wearing loose pants and sun hats cleaning vegetables and fish. As you walk down the clean cobble sidewalk, browsing at the colorful wares,...

Cool Treats in Busan

Cool Treats in Busan July 30, 2010 | Food | Read More
MilkshakeIn the sticky, humid summer months, you will want a nice cold frosty treat while visiting Busan. Why not try a milkshake to go? You don’t have to go to a fast food joint to have a thick shake. You only need to stop by a local convenience store. Milk shakes in vanilla, strawberry, coffee,...

Jagalchi Fish Market

Jagalchi Fish Market June 30, 2010 | Food, What's New | Read More
fish at Jagalchi MarketThe Jagalchi fish market is a seafood lover’s paradise. Take subway line 1 in Busan to the Jagalchi stop and use exit 10 out of the station. Walk straight, turning right at the NH Bank and the market is straight ahead. To get the full experience of the market, go to the large...

Pancake Breakfast in Busan

Pancake Breakfast in Busan June 30, 2010 | Food, Things to Do | Read More
Try the buttermilk pancakes and eggs at The Pancakes. It’s common to eat rice for breakfast in Korea, and kimchi is eaten for all meals. Sometimes, in the morning, though, you get may get a craving for  an American breakfast. Western-style pancakes can be found at a reasonable price at a small...

Cheap Eats for Under $5 in Busan

Cheap Eats for Under $5 in Busan June 30, 2010 | Food, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Tuna GimbapThe typical chips, cookies nuts, candy bars and microwave sandwiches are sold in just about every convenience store in Busan, but the city has some other inexpensive food choices that you are likely to find only in Asia. Here are some options if you are on the go, and don’t want to spend...

Focus on Choryang Market

Focus on Choryang Market June 30, 2010 | Food, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Vegetables at Choryang MarketChoryang market is an outdoor market one subway stop away from Busan’s high-speed train stations. As you walk through the market, you’ll see dozens of Korean women selling seafood, vegetables, and sprouts. The seafood, fish mostly, is spread out on tables where...
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