31.08.2010

Busan

Busan: viev from the cable-way in Geumgang Park towards the city centre

Busan is the second largest city and main port of South Korea. Similar to Seoul Busan is huge.

The superstructures creep into all the valleys. And if I calculate correctly, the people have here twice as many square metres available, as in Seoul, but less than me in my apartment (?). Are the details on the net correct? I do not know. Busan is hot and humid. I will let the matter rest for a few impressions. 

Geumgang Park: the whole mountain, about 300 m high, on the summit and on the slope to the city is covered with such rounded granite boulders. Can a geologist help me to understand, how these were formed?

Lower gate of the Geumgang Park, City district Dongnae

 

Koreans seem to like underground shopping and restaurants

I should buy the whole load for my son!

View from Dongnae to the mountain top of Geumgang Park with the cableway Dongnae, city district of Busan

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