Korea (Republic of)Busan

Jeongeo Wall Painting Village Tour - Oryukdo Skywalk & Jagalchi Market

The JeongGeo Wall Painting Village Tour includes a little bit of everything for the earnest traveller. The tour focuses on the breathtaking beauty that is Busan, and includes stops at Songdo Beach, a small yet popular beach that is a hit among both locals and tourists alike, the Oryukdo Skywalk, where you can take in a bird's-eye view of Busan’s beautiful beaches, and the Jagalchi Market, Korea’s largest seafood market. You'll also see the wall paintings of JeongGeo Village, where the bright, colourful artworks that cover the walls make for a perfect photo opportunity, and experience the authentic taste of Korean culture at Gamcheon Culture Village.
  • Departure: Busan
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  • Duration: Approximately 4 hours
  • Meeting time: 08:50
  • Meeting point: Busan Train Station Subway Station (Line 1) exit 4
  • Walk through groves of pine trees at Songdo Beach
  • Be blown away by the view on the Oryukdo Skywalk
  • Learn about the fishing life at JeongGeo Wall Painting Village
  • Admire the artistry at Gamcheon Culture Village
  • Tuck into seafood at Jagalchi Market. Soak up the culture
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The pick-up time varies based on your hotel location and traffic conditions.There must be a minimum of two tour participants for a Chinese language guide.There must be a minimum of four tour participants for an English language guide.If your tour does not meet the minimum requirement of participants, it may be cancelled. You will receive notice within two days of the booking date.
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What are some of the best Busan Tourist Attractions - Visit Gamcheon Culture Village, Songdo Beach, Jagalchi Market & more

The Jeongeo Wall Painting Village Tour is perfect for those looking for an escape from the busy, bustling city of Busan. Relief can be found just three kilometres away at Songdo Beach, where the tour begins. Songdo Beach opened in 1913 as Korea’s first official beach. It takes its name from the groves of pine trees that border it, as “Songdo” means “Pine Island”, and while it might be smaller than other beaches of Busan, it’s by no means less spectacular.While Songdo Beach is a wonderful place to relax with a view, there’s also a lot to see and do in the surrounding area. The Oryukdo Skywalk is a popular tourist attraction set high up on a coastal cliff, where visitors can ‘walk over the sky,’ 35 metres above the water. The panoramic view up here is magnificent, and the glass floor is specially built to withstand the weight (so it’s perfectly safe). The main attraction on this tour is the JeongGeo Wall Painting Village, a small fishing village found southwest of Busan in Gadeokdo Island. JeongGeo Village was chosen by the Ministry of Environment and Ecology as one of Korea’s national ecological conservation areas, and while it used to be quite isolated, the recent completion of the Gadeok Bridge that connects it to the mainland has made it a very popular place to visit. Another stop on the tour is Gamcheon Culture Village, a colourful, arty neighbourhood. Formed by pastel-toned houses built along the foothills of a coastal mountain, Gamcheon Culture Village is fondly referred to as the “Machu Picchu of Busan” and “Korea’s Santorini,” thanks to its stunning display of vibrant beauty. The steep slopes and tiny alleyways with wall paintings in a vast array of distinct colours make Gamcheon Culture Village a must-see on any visit to Busan. And for the seafood lovers, the enormously popular Jagalchi Market (Korea’s largest seafood market) can be found in Busan’s Jung-Ju, where they sell both live and prepared fish.