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    Busan has plenty of romantic spots for those looking to spend quality time with their loved one. From strolling along beautiful coasts to enjoying tea and desserts at a café with gorgeous views, there's no shortage of things to do for couples.

    Colourful theme parks and vibrant streets full of history are also great spots in Busan. You can also capture memories by taking some photos with your lover at brilliant locations that have been made famous after being featured in Korean romance series and Kpop music videos.

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    Gamcheon Culture Village

    Gamcheon Culture Village's mountainside houses and maze-like alleys will have you feeling like you’re worlds away from bustling Busan. Climb to the top of the mountain through a seemingly endless alley and take in a full view of the colourful Gamcheon Culture Village. The unique scenery feels as if it could be the backdrop of a film, making strolling a special experience.

    Poloha: 200 Gamnae 1(il)-ro, Gamcheon 2(i)-dong, Saha-gu, Busan, South Korea

    Otvorené: Daily from 9 am to 6 pm

    Telefón: +82 (0)51-204-1444

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    Taejongdae

    Taejongdae has a coastline so open and refreshing that Japan’s Tsushima Island is visible on a clear day. The resort park served as a military fortification during the Japanese occupation period, but is now a romantic date spot in Busan. The observation deck is the first stop of the Danubi Sightseeing Train and overlooks Taejongdae Cliff, a designated geological park. 

    Yeongdo Lighthouse is surrounded by trees that make you feel like you’re walking through a dense forest. The nearby Taejong Temple is also accessible by the Danubi Train, allowing you to relax while exploring the surrounding areas.

    Poloha: 24 Jeonmang-ro, Yeongdo-gu, Busan, South Korea

    Otvorené: Daily from 4 am to midnight

    Telefón: +82 (0)51-405-2004

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    Bosu Book Street

    If you and your partner are bibliophiles, a stroll around Bosu Book Street is a must-do in Busan. Walking down narrow alleys and talking about books you’ve read will have you taking a trip down memory lane. There are dozens of old-fashioned bookstores stocking stacks of old and rare books. If you need a quick diversion, get a black-and-white photo taken at a nearby photo studio or try some old-fashioned snacks. 

    Poloha: 67-1 Daecheong-ro, Jung-gu, Busan, South Korea

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    Choryang Ibagu-gil

    Ibagu means ‘story’ in the Gyeongsang Province dialect. While there are many Ibagu streets around the city, Choryang Ibagu-gil, located closest to Busan Station, is the most famous. It's especially unique because you can find many historic spots that appear to have been taken from the pages of history books. 

    Pass Texas Street is a multicultural street where Chinatown festivals take place. You can climb the steep 168-step stairway and be rewarded with spectacular views. There are lots of places to eat and various attractions hidden along Choryang Ibagu-gil, so refer to a guide map to avoid getting lost.

    Poloha: 49 Choryangsang-ro, Dong-gu, Busan, South Korea

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    Songjeong Beach

    Songjeong Beach has mild waves and clean sandy beaches, attract many surfers and sunbathers from around the world. There’s a dazzling ocean observatory that features a transparent glass bottom where you can take in the endless sea and sunset. The nearby cafés and restaurants also provide great views and are popular with couples on dates. The scenery is so exquisite that you’ll be happy just sitting and relaxing. The surfers and sunbathers offer a bit of people-watching fun, too.

    Poloha: 712-2 Songjeong-dong, Haeundae-gu, Busan, South Korea

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    Mipo Railway

    Mipo Railway is a decommissioned railway line that connects Haeundae and Songjeong beaches. The railway has been revamped so that you can walk along the sea. There are many decks and photo opportunities along the way, so it’s a must-visit spot for couples who like taking walks. After lunch, head out from Songjeong Beach to Haeundae Beach and enjoy the nighttime scenery.

    Poloha: Crossing Station, 13 Dalmaji-gil 62 beon-gil, Jung-dong, Haeundae-gu, Busan, South Korea

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    Oryukdo Skywalk

    Designed for enjoying walks along the coast, Igidae Park has several well-developed coastline trails. One of those is Oryukdo Skywalk, which extends out above the sea. The floor and railings are all made of glass, so you’re in for a dizzying experience. Make sure to wear comfortable shoes because the park is quite large,

    Poloha: 137 Oryukdo-ro, Nam-gu, Busan, South Korea

    Otvorené: Daily from 9 am to 5.50 pm

    Telefón: +82 (0)51-607-6395

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    Jeonpo Café Street

    Jeonpo Café Street covers the area around Jeonpo Catholic Church near Dongcheon-ro. As the name suggests, there’s a drove of cafés, each with its own theme and personality. You’ll feel good just by passing by these rather photogenic storefronts. This area is home to frequent cultural events sought out by many visitors. A coffee-themed festival takes place in spring, while autumn showcases colourful fall foliage during the ginkgo festival. There’s nothing quite as romantic as walking through Jeonpo Café Street and taking in the scent of coffee wafting in the air.

    Poloha: 92 Dongcheon-ro, Busanjin-gu, Busan, South Korea

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    Sujeong (Jeongrangak)

    Sujeong (Jeongrangak) was once an upscale Japanese-style house built in 1943, during the Japanese colonial rule in Korea. Originally closed to the public, the house was designated as a Cultural Property in 2007. It now operates as a traditional teahouse on the 1st floor and guesthouse on the 2nd floor. The beautiful architecture provides great photo-taking opportunities at every turn, making you feel like the star of your very own film – Sujeong was featured in the 2017 Korean fantasy series, Hwayuki/A Korean Odyssey.

    Poloha: 75 Hongok-ro, Dong-gu, Busan, South Korea

    Otvorené: Daily from 9 am to 6 pm

    Telefón: +82 (0)51-441-0004

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    Ananti Cove

    Ananti Cove is a resort complex in Busan, with a hotel, huge hot springs, and a book café. The interior design is fancy, and the ocean view is particularly stunning. There’s also a swimming pool and a coastal trail with great natural scenery nearby, so it comes highly recommended for those seeking healthy rejuvenation during their holiday.

    Poloha: 268-31 Gijanghaean-ro, Gijang-eup, Gijang-gun, Busan, South Korea

    Telefón: +82 (0)51-604-7000

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