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Travel Busan: Gamcheon Culture Village!

Hello Busan!

One of Busan's most colorful spots, the Gamcheon Culture Village (부산 감천문화마을), is such a fun place to explore!
Though most of my friends from Busan haven't even been there, its a really cool place to find street art, handmade crafts, and to take some pretty stunning photos.

To get there, just cross the street from Busan station and hop on the 87 bus!

It's about a 30 minute ride, and you can get off at "Yang-Seong-Su-Peo" or you can ask the driver to let you know when to get off (they're used to that, driving this route!)

There is a cafe at the top of the hill where the bus drops you off that has stunning views and the owner has the cutest puppy ever :3

Busan is one of the places on my list to travel it looks so beautiful
woah that's pretty!
omg..that looks like a beautiful place, I need to go there.
wow that's so beautiful seems like a nice place to relax😁😍
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