I may be the only one that feels this way, but what is it about the ocean that just makes you chirpy? We spent the past weekend in Busan at the beach, celebrated Mr. B’s birthday in style, hopped aboard the never-ending Busan city tour bus, feasted on some rather delicious celebratory foods and adult beverages. Relaxation all around. (Minus our amature booking the wrong hotel location snafu..oops). Check out that beach crowd, looks like we weren’t the only ones with the idea to escape to a sandy oasis for the weekend.
Cheers to sandy toes, salty hair and smiles all around!
(Pardon my unintentional gang signs, I was caught off guard with the kimchi fingers)
(We learned whipped cream potatoes literally is whipped cream…who would have thought)
(AKA Creeper Mode)
We’d love to hear from you, any fun summer adventures planned?
Busan City Bus Tour
Tour price: Adults (ages 19 and up)-10,000 won, children and teenagers (ages between 4 and 18) – 5,000 won
Phone reservation: ARS +82-1688-0098 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese), TEL +82-51-464-9898 (Korean, English) * Receive your ticket from the bus driver on the day of the tour.
(Please note that you may have to wait an hour or two to board bus at each stop you get off)
Haeundae Beach 해운대해수욕장
Jung-dong, U1-dong, Haeundae-gu, Busan-si
부산광역시 해운대구 해운대해변로 264 (우동)
Zennin Restaurant (Highly recommended by we bees)
EENIE MEENIE MINIE MOE 해운대 (Best Potbingsu yet!)
Busan (Pusanshi) Haeundae (Heundegu) middle sinuses (Chundon) 24 Paredo~ushizu Commercial Street No. 1-7 or Address 부산시 해운대구 중동 24 팔 레드 시즈 상가 1-7 호
Hours:12:00pm to 10:00pm
Burger & Pasta
수영구 광안동 193-4번지 대우아이빌 102호
Busan, South Korea
Hours: 11:00am to 2am
Beach life and food look so different and interesting!
Ps My husband’s birthday was last WE too 🙂
Awe! Happy belated birthday to him! We had a blast eating and exploring the costal area of Korea.
What day was your husband’s? The 8th by any chance 🙂 ?
The 9th 🙂
It’s weird to see the people all covered up on the beach 🙂 Happy Belated Birthday, Larry!
Thank you for the birthday wishes! Yes, it’s funny to head to the beach in a different culture.
Hello! What a sight at the beach >< more congested than the malls? Could I ask regarding currency exchange? R there any money changers in seoul with better rates that u can recommend?
Hi Trina! Yes, it was a holiday weekend so everyone had the same thoughts on heading to the beach for the weekend. There are tons of exchanges all over Seoul and almost all touristy areas such as the marketplaces, etc. they are safe and honest so you won’t have to worry. Please feel free to ask anything your curious about. When are you coming to Korea?
Great pictures of the three of you and the food!
Thank you Janis. We had a blast!
Wow what a crowded beach. Love the sand sculptures though, and your food photos always make me so hungry!
Awe! Thank you! I always feel the same when viewing your photos. I always adore your travels and when your hubby cooks!
Crazy crowded beach, but everybody is so… clothed? This summer I’m headed to Paris and Ibiza- where I’m sure people will be much less covered on the beach. 😉
People are afraid of the sun in Korea, lol. Unfortunatly, as I get older, I guess I understand more and more why. It’s quite a culture shock to go to the beach in Korea vs. other countries.
Ibiza would be a blast! I cannot wait to check out your photos next!
Such great photos – felt like I was there – wondering what that tower high iced dessert (?) is and did the trash can really say “Pet” on one side?!?!?
Beach looked so inviting – although you were definitely not alone!
Thank you! You were there in spirit with us! HAHA… did you like that “pet” trashcan… I think it was lost in translation, what do you think?