Gwangalli Beach, where Gwangandaegyo Bridge is wonderful, is very popular with young people and is the stage of the Busan Fireworks Festival.
Gwangalli is located in Suyeong-gu, Busan, and there is Gwangalli Beach, which is on par with Haeundae Beach in eastern Busan. In 2003, a 7.4km Gwangandaegyo Bridge was opened from Haeundae to Namcheon-dong across the coast of Gwangalli Beach. Gwangandaegyo Bridge is a beautiful night light, so it is a night view spot visited by many people regardless of age or gender during the day.
The 2005km beach road is lined with wonderful restaurants with beautiful views of Gwangandaegyo Bridge and beaches, cafes, dining bars, and sashimi restaurants, and is a good tourist attraction for a walk. In addition, every fall, the Busan Fireworks Festival, which began in commemoration of APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation) held in Haeundae in 2005, is held magnificently at Gwangalli Beach.
Busan Subway 2 Line Geumnyeonsan Station.
Tourist attractions~ Gwangalli Beach, Gwangandaegyo Bridge, Busan Museum, UN Memorial Park, Oryukdo Sky Walk, etc.
Major events. Gwangalli eobang Festival, Busan Fireworks Festival, Busan Sea Festival.