Photo: Haeundae Beach Train (Credit: Haeundae Blueline Park)
Busan City redeveloped a closed section of Donghae Nambu Line and opened the Haeundae Blueline Park on October 6.
Haeundae Blueline Park was built in an effort to reuse the abandoned parts of the line while preserving nature and minimizing industrial development. Thus, the area was redeveloped into a coastal attraction with services such as the Beach Train and Sky Capsule.
In addition to the Beach Train and Sky Capsule, the park also connects to facilities like Mipo Port, Cheongsapo Port, Songjeong Station, Dalmaji Tunnel, Mipo Blueline Plaza, a parking lot, and more.
The park stretches 4.8 kilometers from the closed Mipo Station to Songjeong Station, and has stunning coastal views of Haeundae Beach and Cheongsapo Port. The park also has a walking path and an ecological park.
Information courtesy of KORAIL & Haeundae Blueline Park