Busan tourist attraction and tips: Haeundae, the first Korean disaster movie "Haeundae" filmed

Busan tourist attraction and tips: Haeundae, the first Korean disaster movie "Haeundae" filmed

The Short Story of The Korean Film "Haeundae"

The Indonesian tsunami in 2004 caused heavy casualties unprecedented in history, and sent shock waves through the world wide. 

Man-shick(casted Seol Kyoung-ku), a native of Haeundae, has been sailing on the Indian Ocean at that time, and was swept away in the rapid tsunami. Man-shick lost the father of Yeon-hee(casted Ha Ji-won) by his mistake, so that he’s always been a deep one even if he loves Yeon-hee. One day, Man-shick decided to confess his love to Yeon-hee, and made preparations for making a wonderful proposal for Yeon-hee.

On the other hand, Dr. Kim Hui(casted Park Jung-hun), a geologist of the Institute of International Maritime Affairs in Korea, found the astonishing fact that the conditions of the east sea of Korea around Haeundae is similar to the condition before the Indonesian tsunami comes. 
Even though Dr. Kim Hui emphasized that Korea was no longer safety place from tsunami constantly, Disaster Management Agency of Korea asserted that there are no chances that a tsunami hit the peninsula both geologically and statistically. 
But the real situation of the east sea of Korea was changing every hour, and finally, as stated by Dr. Kim Hui, the tsunami is generated very large with fallen down of Tsushima island of Japan. At that time, in Haeundae, there are millions of crowds converged on the beach to cool off on the hot day, and the citizens of Busan had a peaceful typical life. 

And.. Giant tsunami reaches outward at high speed of 800km per hour toward Man-shick and Yeon-hee who was confirming their love each other.

Korean movie "Haeundae" was filmed in ‘Haeundae-Gu’ in Busan. 
The film "Haeundae" has been evaluated as the first Korean disaster movie, and also as expressing well the story of people's typical lives in Busan.

Haeundae is considered the best vacation spot in Korea.

Dalmaji street

Dalmaji street is another beautiful place in Haeundae.

Streets of sushi restaurants in Haeundae

There are so many sushi restaurants in Haeundae in Busan. 
Yeon-hee, the heroine of the film Haeundae, works in a sushi restaurant, so that so many travelers visit the streets of sushi restaurants in Haeundae.

Dongbaek Island

Dongbaek Island is located at the west end of Haeundae, and is one of the most famous islands of Busan with the Oryuk Island. Fresh air, deep forests and beautiful rocks and stone formations make the shoreline famous for its fantastic scenery. It was an island separated from land, but after, it was connected with the land. Why? A stream flowing from the island continued collecting sand there, and changed the topography into its current form.

And Nurimaru APEC House is also famous in Dongbaek Island. It is the summit hall where the 2005 APEC Summit was held. The venue's exterior is designed in a traditional style and the roof is designed after the ridge of the island. Due to this beautiful scenery, people continuously visit the island even after the APEC Summit's conclusion.

The Busan Aquarium

The Busan Aquarium is located by Haeundae Beach. It is the biggest aquarium in Korea, and enables visitors to experience the underwater world at very close quarters. It houses ca. 250 different animal species, showing altogether 35,000 animals.
You can see the animals either in aquariums or in underwater tunnels that extend altogether over 80 meters in length. In the largest aquarium, it is possible to take a boat trip, which includes fish feeding.

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