Located at the southernmost tip of the Korean Peninsula, Busan is the second largest metropolis in Korea. Its topography offers extraordinary views, with gorgeous beaches and a coastline with scenic cliffs, mountains offering great hiking, and hot springs scattered throughout the city. Busan boasts four distinct seasons and a mild climate that is neither hot nor cold.
Also, there is a Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) in Busan. Despite its short history, the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) has grown into one of the most influential film festivals in Asia, filling Busan with famous filmmakers, actors, critics, fans, and countless audiences. BIFF is primarily focused on Asian films, but films are screened from all over the world, including North America and Europe. This enables movie fans to gain a comprehensive perspective of all the major movie trends. The films are screened at numerous theaters in the Nampo-dong Street area, at the Cinema Hall in Millak-dong, and on a giant outdoor screen in Suyeongman Bay.
VISIT BUSAN PASS is a Busan "free pass" available for 24 or 48 hours.
With just this pass, you can freely enter more than 30 paid tourist attractions in Busan, get discounts at more than 50 restaurants, shops, activities, accommodations, and more.