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Busan Subway Station

Busan Subway Station July 30, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips | Read More
Clothing Store in Busan StationBusan’s Subway Station should not be confused with the train station across the street. The two stations are not connect, so if you are leaving the train station, you must walk outside of the building and go across the plaza to the subway station. Like many of the stations...

Customs in Busan, South Korea

Customs in Busan, South Korea July 30, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
Street Food is Usually SharedKnowing some of the customs in Busan will help you to show respect others’ culture during your visit. One of the primary customs in Busan and throughout Asia entails taking off your shoes when entering a person’s home. The custom is also extended to some restaurants....

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...

Unexpected Food Choices in Busan

Unexpected Food Choices in Busan June 30, 2010 | Food, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
An ordinary pepperoni pizza without corn in BusanOrder a pizza, buy a sandwich or get an order of onion rings and you will likely be surprised at what you find in your food in Busan. Foods that look or as described as Western dishes are not exactly on target as to what Westerners are accustomed to eating....

Busan Train Station

Busan Train Station June 30, 2010 | Things to Do, Travel Tips, What's New | Read More
Busan Train StationThe Busan Train station is where Busan’s KTX fast-train arrives. The fast train differs from normal commuter trains because when you travel between cities because you can get where you are going in less time than the commuter trains. The KTX does not travel to all of the stops...
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