One of the highlight visits in Busan, located at the foothills of Gamcheon-dong or known as Gamcheon Cultural Village.
Built in the 1920s to relocate the poor population out of the city centre, the village expanded after more people moved in after the end of World War 2 and the Korean War. 3 decades later, the Government decide to transform the village into cultural art hub and turn it into a tourist spot.
From the city centre, there are a lot of buses here and it took about 10 minutes to reach the foothills of the village. I recommend everyone to come here at least 1 and a half hours before sunset to get the nice golden light.
Would love to visit here again and stay a night at a guesthouse in this village to capture 3 different moments beside the sunset. Also known as the Machu Pichu of Asia, this is a must place to visit in Busan.