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We regret coming here as the last thing to visit in Bushan. We thought it would have some nice Chinese restaurants, but at 6pm the streets are quiet and hardly any shops are open. We saw a lot more Russian shops than Chinese ones. There...More
China town was relatively small with very few things of interest. A few restaurants but mostly bars. Lots of Russian owned places and also mixed Non-Chinese restaurants. We only spent a few minutes walking around and did not even eat lunch which was our plan....More
Busan's Chinatown is located in across the street of Busan rail station.
I visited here twice last year, it was to have a different dinner party with friends.
Though it is not comparable to the Chinatown in Incheon or Bangkok, it was a good experience...More
We were at the train station and saw the sign “China Town” so we decided to have a look as we have enjoyed the China town areas in other countries.
Big mistake, the China Town of Busan (and its nearby street called “Texas street” is...More
I went with a large group of females friends and we were accosted by a large group of men. Luckily we got out and they did not pursue us further but it is not safe at all, especially at night. There are also a lot...More
We decided to walk around and see the sights. Lots of chinese restaurants a few russian resturants and lots of skecthy bars. We saw one foot massage and decided to get one for 40,000w for one hour. It was not good plus the massage ladies...More
Interesting part of Busan with many nice restaurants and displays. So many restaurants and shops to choose from. Not far from Busan station and well worth a visit if you are in the area. Visited here with my partner in July 2014 and the Chinese...More
We saw the sign for China Town while we stood in the Busan Train Station Plaza, so we went. It was before lunch and there weren't many people around and some stores were not open. Nevertheless we enjoyed the old Korean architecture with Chinese flair,...More