Life In Korea: Busan, Part V (부산)

It’s definitely been a while since our last Life In Korea corner. But fear not – there is still plenty of material I’ve yet to reveal!

This time, we’re going to continue our Busan excursions. You can find the previous parts here, here, and here.

Our destination today is the Haedong Yonggung (해동용궁), a temple located on the Busan coastline. It was built in 1376 in the Koryo Dynasty.

This was the entrance to the temple.
I took this picture specifically to get out of writing any captions for this part, so if you’re wondering where the captions went, here you are.

I think that just about wraps it up for our Busan outing – stay tuned for what’s coming up next: this time, we’re going to Jeju Island!

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One Comment Add yours

  1. doramakaku says:

    Great pictures and blog, give’s me a nice insight, hopefully one day I will travel there too.

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