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The beach has a story about a prince, a turtle and a mermaid. There are statutes of them and the bridge is very long way to walk. The view is lovely with mountain and lighthouse. It's near Gamcheon village so you can come here by...More
It is sobering that in the 1980s, Typhoon Thelma wiped out the beach sands at Songdo Beach. Twenty plus years later, the beach has a reasonable amount of sand even if hardly up to Philippines white sand standards.
We travelled by bus from Nampo metro...More
A beach day might be more fun, than stopping by to walk the skywalk..... did not do the sky tram, and it looked pretty short, but might be nice over the ocean. We could have skipped this stop on the tour
On a beautiful day the Skywalk was a lovely thing to do. It’s a bit like a winding pier, above the sea, below the glass bottomed cable cars, with a glass panel along the centre and wonderful views. About two thirds of the way along...More
The beach is great and clean. When we visited, the weather was just nice and walking on Songdo skywalk was extremely great. You may take cable car there but we did not. It was not crowded and is a quiet, windy and relaxing place indeed.
The first official beach in Busan, Songdo was opened by the Japanese in 1913. In the 2000's it underwent a facelift but still remains the blandest of Busan's beaches. The Songdo Beach Cablecar draws the crowds - but detracts from, rather than enhances the view.