Sunday 13 January 2013

Gamcheon Village in Busan

In my line of business, we've always known Busan as one of the busiest seasports in the world.When EY suggested going to Busan for a couple of days, I was rather thrilled though I had no idea what to expect besides shipping vessels and seafood.
It turned out to be the highlight of my trip. I became quite enamoured with this port city after visiting the picturesque Gamcheon Village perched atop a hill overlooking the city and the sea. I'm sure we would appreciate it better when the weather is warmer. Winters in Busan are cold but still milder than the rest of South Korea. However the temperatures were at a record low during our visit and it snowed unexpectedly the day we left.
 I'm rather busy at the moment to blog about Gamcheon Culture Village but this girl does a really good job here. She has some great photos if the village in her blog post too.

Meanwhile, please enjoy the photos taken using my phone camera during our visit.


Open Kitchen Concept said...

Love the blue blue sky!

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Doesn't it look and feel like "Positano" :) Rgds ML

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