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Galmaetgil Trails 갈매길

 

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The Galmaetgil trails span across Busan, about half of them wind along the extensive coastline, giving them the name “Seagull Path” in Hangeul. They explore all the best that this wonderful city of ours has to offer, the whole shebang covers around 270km, so where to start? Here’s your super awesome and helpful guide to help you out in this tricky conundrum.

Course Two: The most popular course among the locals, and the most ‘famous’ according to Busanites.

The shortest course end to end.


Mystery Ship Bar – KSU

Interior of the Ship Bar, Kyungsung, Busan, South KoreaConfession:

I was led to this bar late on a Saturday night about 10 months ago, and I didn’t pay that much attention to where it was. Since it was late on a Saturday night, and since we had just come from Long Island Iced Tea (5k won Long Islands… uh oh), you can also imagine my overall mental state. Luckily, a few of us in our group were with-it enough to take some pictures.


Ol’ 55 – Kyungsung

Ol’ 55 is a good place to catch some live music or just chill. Open mic nights on Wednesdays, shows on most weekends. Beer on tap for 3k.


Blue Monkey Club – Kyungsung

Blue Monkey Club, Kyungsung, Busan

I don’t really think ‘club’ when I think of Busan. I don’t necessarily think of ‘high-end’ either. But that’s the impression I got when I strolled into Blue Monkey, a joint with a fancy, clubby feel. The music is always blasting here, so go on down and cut a rug.


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