Hub of Busan, City of Happiness
Pork and Rice Soup, the popular food enjoyed by citizens in Busan and Gyeongsangnam-do, is flourishing along the street one block west of Seo-myeon Jungang-ro. ‘Seo-myeon Pork and Rice Soup’ attracting the taste of Busan citizens for a long time simmers broth without any artificial condiments. The foreleg is used after removing the fat. Quality intestines are strictly selected for making Korean sausage. Pork and Rice Soup is the representative food of Busan.
There is the street where eel restaurants line up near Bujeon Station. Eel (wriggling in Korean) was named as such because it is peeled off and wriggles when it is put on the heated grate. Bujeon Station Eel Street serves eels cooked in various ways, including seasoned and grilled eel, eel grilled on the grate, grilled eel with salt and grilled whole eel. While some are reluctant to eel because it looks creepy, you may not stop eating it because of its chewy, firm and soft taste. Another way to have delicious eel is to fry rice with condiments left after having seasoned eel.
Every other shop is a café. Corner café is named as such because it is at the corner. Chat café is named as such because it is good to chat. There is an affectionate attic in Attic café. It’s Café alley, and as its name suggests, cafes are here and there in this alley and that alley.
About 50 cart bars stand in a queue on 370m long section along with the rear gate and backside street of the Lotte Department Store and Hotel.
The cart bar in the orange glow where romantic incandescent lamps glitter is a must-visit place of office workers on the way home. A glass of liquor is a cure-all enabling one to forget daily fatigue and frankly talking with congenial colleagues
The culture and art street are formed along the brooklet in the section of 550m from the Exit No. 9 of City Railway No. 2 in Bujeon-dong, and is the representative busy place in Seo-myeon. A variety of street events are held by inviting dance, music, and magic performers to this street. Culture and art feasts in Seo-myeon can be fully enjoyed on Seo-myeon Culture Street including. Yeonggwang Books, the old bookstore opened in 1967 and the Somin Art Center.
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