Gamcheon Culture village, with its rows of terraced houses standing along the mountainside, is referred to as the Machu Picchu of Korea. Beautiful murals that decorate the village art project as well as the winding streets and alleyways that criss-cross the area add an exotic charm and allow visitors to explore this unique village. Due to the growing number of tourists, it stands tall on behalf of Busan. Why don’t you come and have a fun time here searching for each viewpoint and taking pictures of the village’s many oddities, murals and unique landscape? Little Prince and Desert Fox and Forming a Whole with Gamcheon are recommended photo zones.
Taking in a thrilling feast of waves 30 meters below, the transparent U-shaped floor of the Oryukdo Skywalk makes people feel as if they were flying in the sky. As a junction where the East and South seas meet, this site is emerging as a new attraction and has been steadily attracting tourists since its opening in 2013. Be sure not to forget to wear your overshoes when walking on this bridge, as they are required and provided at the entrance.