Korea's second biggest city after Seoul. Busan is a nice place to go if you want to see another part of Korea that's still pretty comfortable. It's in the south of South Korea on the ocean, and that makes it a great place to eat fish. In fact that's where all the fish in Seoul comes from, so you can eat it fresh in Busan! In many ways Busan feels like Seoul but 10 or 20 years ago. It's a bit more grimy and broken down and less futuristic than Seoul, but still very nice. I'd suggest staying in Seomyeon, which is kinda like Seoul's Hongdae. It's a student area with some hipster vibes to it. But take hipster vibes with a grain of salt, this is Busan after all. People are very friendly, even more friendly than Seoul. Where in Seoul as a foreigner they don't really care anymore, in Busan you're still hailed as a curiosity which can be fun! If you want to see the beach, take a taxi to Haeundae Beach. It's especially nice in the evening if you'd like to party. Korean beach culture is a bit different than in the West, so you'll probably see less swimming and sunbathing that you're used to. More like people walking on the beach boulevard. Also nice is to see the Jagalchi fish market, pick some fish you like in the big building and you can ask them to prepare it for you upstairs and cook it. Fish as fresh as you can get in Korea.
Pros and Cons of Living in Perth, Australia
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Pros of Living in Perth
Warm all year round
Good air quality on average
Nomad List members liked going here a lot
Many Nomad List members have been
Spacious and not crowded
Very easy to do business
High quality of education
Roads are very safe
Great freedom of speech
Everyone speaks English
Very safe for women
Very family friendly
Very friendly to LGBTQ+
Not many people smoke tobacco
Cons of Living in Perth
Not much to do
Not many Nomad List members right now
Difficult to make friends
angrymouse428 Discussion Fanatics last edited by
This city is so beautiful by the water! I loved going for runs in a loop around Swan River. There's a cute coffee shop and cafe by the water that I enjoyed. It's a great city but pretty small. I wanted to check out Fremantle too when I was there, but ran out of time.
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