Busan really isn't that big. We were running out of ideas of where to go. There are that many things listed on the internet that we want to go. We were looking through google map to see if there are any spots on the map that seem ok to visit. Saw a big piece of green on google map call Jaseongdae Park and decided to check it out. Took the subway to Beomil Station and headed out at exit 2. Walked about 10 minute to get here. Turns out it wasn't that big.
It's really just this one building. Quite small too.
There's an information center at the back with a nice clean washroom. Washroom break~
I find more Japanese people here in Busan that in Seoul. Probably because people can take the ferry to get between Busan and Fukuoka. Heard the staff here speaking in Japanese to a Japanese tourist.
Outside of the info center is a little part where I saw many old people take a long walk and exercise.
There are some old monuments here and there. Not big ones like you would find in palaces though.
Map of the park. Really not much. The info center is at #6 on the map.
Jaseongdae Park is at point V in the list Places Part 1 on the map below:
Day 1: Airbnb in Hongdae > Myeongdong
Day 2: Majang Meat Market
Day 3: Breakfast at 교지나주곰탕 in Hongdae > Isaac Toast > Korea House 한국의집 > Hanbok Experience at Namsangol Hanok Village> Gwangjang Market > LED Roses at DDP
Day 4: Pork stew at 이대조뼈다귀 in Hongdae > Airbnb in Seomyeon > Dinner at Busan >
Day 5: Breakfast at 전망좋은집 Gamcheon Culture Village > Gamcheon Culture Village > Busan Tower > Raw crabs for dinner
Day 6: Traditional Market 부전시장(주) > Lunch at Taejongdae > Taejongdae > Dinner in Nampo Dong
Day 7: Pork Knuckle for Lunch > Haeundae Beach > Mom's Touch > Gwangalli Beach > Korean BBQ > Fried Chicken at Mom's Touch again > Night time Busan Tower
Day 8: Korea BBQ Breakfast at 동남갈비 > Jaseongdae Park > Busanjin Market > Busan Museum > Movie in Kyungsung University area
Day 9: Lotteria