Traveling here in Busan is very different from Seoul because we decided to not be in a hurry and just take our time, embrace the cold weather and have some fun. That’s why on our 2nd day, we woke up late and left the hotel at around 11:30 am to start our day.
The original plan was to visit first the Busan Gamcheon Culture Village, one of the popular tourist attractions in Busan, then visit the Lotte Premium Outlet for shopping after. However, when we took the bus going to Busan Gamcheon Culture Village, we found out that our google map navigator was moving towards the opposite direction. In short, we rode the wrong bus. #TangaLang Hahaha
On the bright side, the bus that we took was headed to the Lotte Premium Outlet Mall. So, we did not get off the bus and just continued the ride. Just a minor change in our schedule. It took us 1 hour and 30minutes going to this place. From the bus station where we got off the bus, we had to walk to the mall for additional 15-20minutes. Ano to #AlayLakad?
Location: 147 Gijanghaean-ro, Gijang-eup, Gijang, Busan, South Korea
If you love to shop. this place is perfect for you. They offer reasonable prices for all items, most of the stores are on sale and tax-free.
After shopping, we had our late lunch inside the mall. We accidentally found this cozy Buffet Restaurant that I don’t know the exact name because it was all written in Korean. …
I must say, this was our cheapest meal. It cost us KRW 25,600.00 good for two persons. Masarap Na! Mura pa! #SingBusogperodiSingMahal
From the Dong Busan Bus Station going to Gamcheon Culture Village, it took us 2 hours and 30minutes via bus. This includes the katangahan problem kasi nawala kami. We were lost in the very fine city of Busan. We had to walk back because we got off the bus 2-km past where we were supposed to get off.
Finally, we’ve arrived in Gamcheon Culture Village around 05:30pm and we need to walk and walk to find a perfect spot for our photo shoot. My gosh, we were super hingal na that time because we cannot find a perfect spot for our photo shoot. It was an uphill battle…literally.
This place was very similar to La Trinidad Benguet. Nothing special except if you can get nice shots with the colorful houses as your background. I’m not so happy about this place or maybe I just got tired walking that I didn’t appreciate the place.
We stayed here for about an hour and walked back to the bus station to go back to our hotel. Since we got tired of our #AlayLakad day, we fell asleep during our bus ride. Suddenly the bus driver woke us up and told us that we need to get out because it was the last station. My gosh, we were lost again?! So we got off and just laughed… we told ourselves what a day!!! We just ate the very sweet orange (that we thought was from Korea) the we bought from an Ajumma. Hahaha
Can you imagine how far it was? To make things worse, our WiFi died on us and we did not bring the connector cord (to connect it to our power bank). Kaloka dba? Useless pa din. It took us 2 hours and 30minutes bus ride again going back to Haeundae.
At last, we arrived at our hotel around 10:00 pm! Hooray for today!!! Finally, we made it back safely… well, it’s Korea after all, nothing to worry. Hahaha