Hello, Taejongdae Park is about 30 minutes away by car from Nampo-dong, a downtown area in Busan, across Yeongdo Bridge, located right next to Lotte Department Store’s Gwangbok branch.
Taejongdae Park, which has excellent blue sea views from strange rock cliffs, cliff observatory, and Yeongdo Lighthouse, was named Taejongdae after King Taejong Muyeol of Silla visited Korea’s scenic spots after achieving the unification of the three kingdoms.
The view of Taejongdae Park from Yeongdo Lighthouse.
Taejongdae Tourist Attraction is Yeongdo Lighthouse. The Yeongdo Lighthouse, which was installed in December 1906, was renewed in August 2004 and is visited by many tourists as a new tourist attraction in Busan.
Tourist cruise ships are in operation to enjoy the superb view of the coast of Taejongdae Coastal Cliff, and anglers are lowering fishing rods throughout the beach. You can also see haenyeo, who collect sea squirt and sea cucumber from the wide and blue sea, swimming quietly and freely as if waking up the silence of the sea.
Taejong Grand Park Danubi Train Ticket Office and Danubi Train’s cool figure
The Danubi train that travels around Taejongdae Park
The Danubi Tourist Train, which has been running on the Taejongdae Park Circulation Road since September 2006, runs every 20 minutes from 9:20 a.m. to 17:30 a.m.
It is very crowded with people who want to board on weekends or holidays, so if you have time, I recommend you to walk around Taejongdae Park slowly. And there are many restaurants near the main gate of Taejongdae Park, and if you go down from the main gate of the park, you can enjoy a variety of Busan foods.
|Address||24, Obyeong-ro, Yeongdo-gu, Busan (Dongsam-dong)
부산시 영도구 전망로 24(동삼동)
|Danubi Train||<Sales of tickets>
9:00 to 17:30 / business hours from 9:20 to 17:30
Adults 4,000 won, teenagers 3,000 won, children 2,500 won
|Admission fee||Admission is free, but you will need to pay for the Tanubi ride on the Park Loop Train.|
How to get there:
Take Busan Subway Line 1, Exit 8, and take Busan City Bus No. 30 or 5 and get off at the last stop of Taejongdae Onsen.