BIFF Square


BIFF Plaza, the birthplace of the Busan International Film Festival, where you can enjoy hotteok and various street food

BIFF Square is a film street built in Nampo-dong, Busan, and is the birthplace of the International Film Festival, where the Busan International Film Festival, a festival for filmmakers around the world, has been held since 1995.

The theater district is a roadside of about 400 m from BIFF Square to Chungmu-dong Roundabout, and Busan Theater and Lotte Cinema are located.

This place, which is also the busiest place in downtown Busan, is also called “Star Square” and “Movie Square”, and you can watch movies you want to watch anytime. On the road surface of BIFF Square, a film director is selected and handprinted in the form of a director’s hand stamp. Is installed, it reminds me of Hollywood in the United States.

After watching the movie, you can also fill your stomach with street food such as hotteok and sundae at the food alley located next to the Semyung Pharmacy at the entrance to the international market. There is the inconvenience of squatting and eating in the food alley, but on the other hand, I think you can create pleasant memories.

How to get there
The nearest station is within 1 minutes on foot from Exit 7 of Jagalchi Station on Subway Line 5 or within 7 minutes on foot from Exit 10 of Nampo Station and on Gwangbok Fashion Street.

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