Hotel Mirabo

1124-25 Yunsan-Dong, Dongnae-Ku, Busan, 611-080, South Korea
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Forum Posts

Toilet facilities

by koreatourist

I'm visiting Korea soon to attend a conference. I would like to know what the toilet facilities are like. I would like to know all possible facilities, especially what they are like in the universities near to Busan City. Is the toilet paper flushable?

Re: Toilet facilities

by olddude

I assume you are female for asking, but yes, they have flush toilets.

Re: Toilet facilities

by Victoria2005

Finding a public toilet is very easy. Every Apartement building is required by law to have a public toilet.

this does not garuntee that they will be in desirable condition. it is not the culture to flush paper, so there will be a little (or big) bin next to the toilet.

95% of all toilets are flushable. you will fnd a mixture of the squat, and throne variety. in my opinion the squat toilet is much more hygenic in the public amenities situation, but if you insist on a sit-down toilet i would advise finding a shopping mall or supermarket.

right, now that that is out of the way... forget about the little tasks of the day, and enjoy your stay in Korea!!! :)

Re: Toilet facilities

by mitchimitch

to be on the safe side, just throw the toilet paper in the bin next to the bowl :-)

Re: Toilet facilities

by Victoria2005

Oh, and i forgot... carry your own paper. many places don't supply it. it can be purchased at any convenience store very cheaply in a purse pack.

Travel Tips for Busan

Busan: Animal Kitsch Pt. 2

by Intrepidduck

A sign for the Zoo inside The Grand Children's Park. I didn't go inside this place since I wouldn't put my money towards such levels of animal cruelties. I heards honking and screeching noises though!

Train to Busan

by Ewingjr98

The train is another easy way to get from Seoul to Busan. It is a 4-5 hour ride from Seoul Station to Busan Station, and it costs about 35,000 Won. The new Korea Train Express (KTX) takes 2 hours and 40 minutes. Second class adult fare is about 51,000 Won each way, and first class is 72,000 won... almost the same as flying.

Busan Station (부산역 or Busannyeok) is the southern terminus of the Gyeongbu Line, Korea's most important railroad that connects Seoul and Busan. The station was modernized in 2003 to handle the KTX trains. Busan's Subway Line 1 has a stop at Busan Station to make transfers to other parts of the city easy and convenient. The are around Busan station also has decent nightlife and plenty of hotels.

Self Guided Walking Tour

by DSwede

There are plenty of beautiful parks, the Tower, Temples, museums, Jagalchi Fish Market, etc. Have a look at the Busan travel guide. All of these are easily reached by subway and are do-it-yourself.

If you want, here's a recommended Walking Tour:
from Kamcheon-2Dong to Jagalchi Market
If you're good at Korean, see the email link below.

0. You'd better take Subway line 1 and get off Toseong-Dong. Get out of subway and take NO.2 bus going to GamJeong Elementary School. The bus runs every 6 to 12 minutes.

1. Take off GamJeong Elementary school. Now your walking tour will start!

There are lots of colorful houses. The village name is Taegeukdo. This village was established by who believed in Taegeuk(it's a kind of local new religious movement), but now most of the believers left.

2. walking down to 'grandpa tomb(it's a tomb of the Taegeuk founder)'.

3. ssamzi park

4. GamCheon-2Dong Office

5. wall paintings(painted by university students)

6. arbor with fine view

7. Amidong Catholic Church

8. Temporary Capital Museum : In Korean War period, Seoul was occupied by North Korea so Korean Government moved to Busan. This building was used as Presidential residence(1950~1953).
www.museum.busan.kr/monument/

9. Temporary Capital Government building : In Korean War Period this building was used as government building. Now it used as Dong-A University museum.

10. Daehan Record shop : It's very famous secondhand music record shop.

11. Bosudong secondhand Books alley
You can buy new or secondhand books here. More than 50 shops are running here.
www.bosubook.com/

12. Busan Modern History Museum
This building was used as the Busan Branch of the Oriental Development Company during the Japanese occupation and as the Busan USIS Cultural Center following the liberation of Korea. Since 2003, this building had been renovated and used as Busan Modern History Museum.
museum.busan.kr/modern/index.htm

13. several traditional Markets
Can Alley(it's not exact but I couldn't find proper word.), Kukje Market, etc.

14. Jagalchi Market
It's a really famous traditional fish market.

BEOMEO TEMPLE: A thousand-year old temple

by ancient_traveler

1.300-year old temple and many cultural treasures and historical remains such as Bomeo Samcheung Seoktap (three-stories stone tower) and Daeungjeon (the main hall). Its surrounding scenery is splendorous in harmony with dense wisterias, a natural monument. Beomeo Temple offers a calm atmosphere and beautiful scenery with a wisteria forest that has been designated a National Natural Monument.

A side trip through Korea

by flynboxes

"Lunch"

Since the World Cup was being held jointly in both Japan and South Korea in 02' I decided to skip Seoul and head straight for Busan since I could catch a ride from there in to Tokyo and head home. I really have to hand it to the Koreans...I was treated well by everyone I met here during my brief stay. The fish market in Busan was great....just pick what you want out of one of the live tanks and they'll cook it right up for you

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