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Suyeong Paldo Market
Suyeong Paldo Market Read more

It originates from Jwasuyeong Fortress Site during the Joseon Dynasty and was recognized as traditional market in June 2006. It is a complex market located in Suyeong-dong in Suyeong-gu.

  • Address 36, 725 beon-gil, Suyeong-ro, Suyeong-gu (Suyeong-dong)
  • Characteristics of the market An alley market with 110 stores and 120 street stalls
Suyeong Sajeok Park
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It is the site of the Headquarters of Gyeongsangjwa-do Naval Force Commander that took charge of defending the southeastern coastal area during the Joseon Dynasty. Suyeong is famous for three intangible cultural assets designated by the city including South Gate of Suyeongseong, Altar of the 25 Heroes and Suyeong Yaryu, two natural monuments including Jwasueyong Fortress Site Japanese Black Pine and Muku Tree and five non-designated cultural assets including Shrine of General An Yong-bok, and they are preserved and managed by Suyeong Folklore Conservation Association.

  • Transportation Take Subway Lines No. 2 and 3 and get off at Suyeong Station before getting out through Exit 2 and walking for 2 minutes.
Suyeong Fortress Community Museum
Suyeong Fortress Community Museum

The museum was established through renovation of a multiplex housing unit in 2017 and contains the history of Suyeong as it is. It doubles as a community café, a community museum and a community information center.

  • Address 28, Suyeongseong-ro 32 beon-gil, Suyeong-gu (Suyeong-dong)
  • Operating hours Mon. ~Sat. (10:00 ~ 18:00) ▷ Closed on Sunday and holidays
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It is a complex established by Kiswire, and a factory that manufactured wire ropes turned into a human-and-culture-oriented place where paintings and arts coexist.

  • Address 20, Gurak-ro 123 beon-gil, Suyeong-gu
Historic Site of Jeong-gwajeong (Busan Metropolitan City-Designated Monument No. 54)
Historic Site of Jeong-gwajeong (Busan Metropolitan City-Designated Monument No. 54)

It originates from Gwajeong (a lookout shed in a cucumber field) that Seo Jeong, a civil servant, built while he waited for the king to summon him when he lived in exile in the reign of King Uijeong during the Goryeo Kingdom. It was established as a small park featuring Octagon Pavilion and Play Court in addition to Jeonggwajeong Poem Monument.

  • Address San 6-2, Mangmi-dong, Suyeong-gu
Suyeong Riverside and Trail
Suyeong Riverside and Trail Read more

Along the riverside, Galmaetgil for strollers, a bike trail, a performance stage, beautiful and unique buildings that won architecture awards and romantic cafes are being introduced. Visitors will be able to have a pleasure of appreciating five fine sculptures created by famous domestic and foreign sculptors in Arts Street in the Suyeong Riverside

  • Transportation Take Buses No. 40 and 139 (Every 7 to 8 minutes) and get off at Suyeong Hyundai Apartment before walking for 5 minutes

The monument was erected by Love Busan Association in order to remember that it was an outpost where the Jwasuyeong naval forces defended the nation and the sea in 1998. This place played an important role in looking out for acts of aggression by the Japanese raiders even before the Japanese invasion in 1592 as a strategic position and reporting information to nearby Jwasuyeong through a signal fire to correspond with Mount Jang.

  • Address 353-26, Millak-dong, Suyeong-gu
  • Transportation Take Buses No. 41, 83, 83-1 and 108-1 (Every 5∼10 minutes) and get off in 20 minutes (the last stop) before walking for 20 minutes
Millak Waterside Park
Millak Waterside Park Read more

It is the Korea’s first waterside park that combines the sea and rest area covering 33,000 m2 (543 meters in length and 60 meters in width), and the nightscape of Gwangandaegyo Bridge appreciated along with the sound of the sea looks fantastic.

  • Address 361, Gwanganhaebyeon-ro, Suyeong-gu
  • Transportation 300 meters toward the coastal area from Jinro Beach Apartment that is 170 meters away from Millak-dong Bus Stop