When looking for a place to eat, we came across a restaurant that only had one menu item: a traditional Korean lunch. Sign us up!
After lunch, we walked to Gwangalli Beach. The beach is very popular, one reason being that it sits across from the Gwangan Bridge which lights up brightly at night. On certain nights, there are massive fireworks displays synced to music.
Here, you can see the chairs set up for the celebrations of the upcoming week.
After doing a little window shopping along the beach, we found a great view of the bridge and sat down for some coffee.
As night fell, we continued to stare at the glowing bridge. Pictures don’t do it justice, but we can try.
2 thoughts on “Gwangalli Beach, Busan, South Korea”
Fantastic. Also, the food looks like a Mongolian Soup that I used to have where different flavors were added to the soup and we had fish, meat, shrimps, etc and at the end, the soup with all those flavors.
What a view from the restaurant of the bridge just breathtaking. Some lunch looks interesting. Love the night view of the beach and its surroundings. Enjoy love ya both God bless