Travel Guide to Busan – Busan , also known under the old transliteration of Pusan, a city in the south-eastern province of Gyeongsangnam-do , but is politically independent entity.During the Korean War was the largest city bus which was never controlled by the Communists.
Getting there by Aircraft
The Gimhae International Airport (PUS) served primarily national and regional goals, There is the possibility of using Airport Shuttle (₩ 6000) or normal bus (₩ 1,000) to get into the city. Destination by different stations to choose from, a trip takes about 30-40 minutes depending on traffic. A taxi to the center costs about ₩ 15000th.
Influenced by the proximity to the sea you will find all kinds of seafood on the menus of Busan. Specialties include several varieties of eel, octopus and blowfish. Furthermore, the Korean version of sushi “hoe” (회, pronounced something like “hurt”) is widespread. A typical meal includes hoe often still moving thinly sliced squid and various fish species. The pieces are then dipped in soy sauce and chili sauce and then eaten. You buy either surviving fish at the market or orders a finished plate in the restaurant for about ₩ 40000.
Like any other Korean city of Busan is a very safe city. Like drunks everywhere can tend to violence and racism. Furthermore, one should avoid the so-called Texas Street. It is located next to the bus station, Waymarked with a sign reading Russian and China Town. There are some seedy people hang around and prostitutes.