An important port city famous for its temples, mountains and beaches
Busan is the second largest city and the principal port of Korea. It is located on the southern part of the peninsula with more than 4 million inhabitants. It is also geographically an excellent natural harbour. Busan has been an important trade centre for fishing and some other industries for a long time. Busan is known for its temples, mountains and beaches and the major attractions here are the UN Memorial Cemetery, Busan Tower, Jagalchi Fishery Market and Haeundae Beach. Busan is also known for its seafood which is freshly caught in the area.