South Koreas Capital and Largest City.
A city with a long history!
i was lucky enough to be there during the annual lantern festival, where 30,000 colored
lanterns floated on the water along the 1.3-kilometer stream in the middle of the city.
The lanterns depict various aspects of korean history and culture, as well as other countries cultures,
including Philippines and Japan!
All in all, Great time!
Next stop: India!
South Koreas southern port and second largest city.
The first port of call of my latest travels.
1 hour 30 minute flight from Osaka – i reckon thats my shortest flight yet!
It feels good to be traveling again! 😛
On an average day in Busan there is:
1,099 tons of fishery products caught,
466 crime related incidents
51 marriages and 23 divorces,
63 births with 52 deaths!
(numbers provided by : busan.go.kr )