|Gwangbok-dong Cultural & Fashion Street (광복로문화패션거리)|
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Located in Gwangbok-dong, Busan, this street captures the heart of fashion, art, culture, and shopping in Busan. As “Busan's Myeong-dong, it stretches from the escalator entrance (ascending to Yongdusan Park) to Gukje Market.
Across from the site of the yearly Pusan International Film Festival, Gwangbok-dong Cultural & Fashion Street is full of shops selling everything from bargains to luxury items. Decorated with splendid lighting, abundant flowerbeds, pleasant resting spots, and exquisite sculptures, the street is one of the most popular places among domestic and international tourists to shop and walk around in Busan.
Over 100 shops offer a wide array of items from clothing to jewelry, cameras, electronics, folk crafts, and luxury items. New shops often hold opening events, and some shops offers items at 20-30% off ticket prices; most shops are open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Since being remodeled in 2007, the street has hosted various cultural events such as the Gwangbok-dong Street Cultural Festival and the Christmas Tree Cultural Festival. With no cars on the street during weekends, Gwangbok-dong Cultural & Fashion Street is a fun, exciting place for tourists to visit in Busan.
Nampo Station (Busan subway line 1), Exit 1
Turn right and walk along Gudeongno22beon-gil st for 2 blocks
Bus 8, 8-1, 15, 17, 26, 27, 35, 134, 302, 306, 309
Get off at 'Nampodong'
Walk along Nampoieum1-gil st.
|Nearby Tourist Attractions|
|Jagalchi Market, Dried Seafood Market, International Market, Yongdusan Park, BIFF Square|