Bosu-dong Book Street (보수동 책방골목) - Busan 2016 - No Couches in Korea (2016)
Bosu-dong Book Street (보수동 책방골목) - No Couches in Korea (2016), Author Kevin M Maher. ON LOCATION in Pusan/Busan, Korea. kevinmaher.com or #nocouchesinkorea
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Culture Trove(Ep.7) Bosu-dong Book Alley
A long alley that stretches from east to west at the intersection of Daecheong-ro Street
it's the famous Bosu-dong Book Alley.
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부산 국제시장 - Walking around Gukje Market, Busan, Korea
Gukje Market or Nampodong International Market is a market in Sinchang-dong, Jung District, Busan, South Korea.
Following the Korean War, refugees who fled to Busan set up stalls in order to make a living, and this was the beginning of the Gukje Market (gukje meaning international in Korean). The Gukje Market is one of Korea’s largest markets; each alleyway is crowded with stalls, and it connects to Bupyeong Market, Kkangtong Market, and other smaller markets. The market stocks such a wide variety of goods, that you can find almost everything you need right here.
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Bosu-dong book alley in Busan
Quick walk through Bosu-dong street in Busan, which is famous for it's many book stores. Here you can find new and used books in many languages, not only Korean.
Sorry for vignetting, I didn't had a different lens at the time of filming.
Busan, South Korea ????????
*Amazing Night life in Haeundae.
*Haeundae Beach - most famous and beautiful beaches. Happening during summer.
*Haedong Yonggung Temple is a Buddhist temple in Gijang-gun
*Dongbaekseom is an island of Busan, South Korea. It is located on the west end of the *Haeundae Beach
*Nurimaru Apec House
Moontan Road – Walk along the coast on the Railway track.
Cheongsapo Seafood Town
*Jagalchi Market - World famous market for fresh fish & seafood. It's pretty clean and you can also have your seafood cooked the traditional Korean way right on the spot Or you can cook it yourself at your Airbnb. Must try to Octopus, something difference and if you are adventure enough to try. At night there is seafood auction in the market.
*Busan Tower & Yongdusan Park is a park located in Jung-gu. Yongdu means “dragon’s head” and “san” means “mountain”.
*Gamcheon Culture Village – colorful houses, painted murals, shops & cafes. if you are taking the public bus, please be prepared to climb up a small hill to reach the location
*Yeongdodaegyo A.K.A. Yeongdodari is a bascule bridge in Yeongdo
*40-step Culture & Tourism Theme Street –
*Bosu Book Street is the book street in Bosu-dong,
Choryang Dong Area – Dong Gu Tour
*Choryang Ibagu-gil Nice to walk around and is connected to Jungang Park.
*Jungang park/ Democracy Park - Nice to walk around and short hike.
*Dwaeji Gukbap Street where a lot of Dwaeji Gukbap restaurant.
*Donggu Hiking Trail – Mt Eomgyang
Gwangan 2-dong Area
*Gwangalli Beach – Amazing night view and less crowded compare to Haeundae Beach.
*Shinsegae Centum City Department Store – Walk along the river and catch the night view.
*Busan Cinema Center
Amnam Dong Area
*Songdo Beach is a man-made beach in Busan.
*Songdo Coastal Walk
*Gudeok Culture Park
*Amnam Park – Fishing , Cliff walk, Camping.
*Cheonmasan sculpture park- Catch the Amazing Sunset and amazing view from the mountain.
*Taejongdae is a natural park of Busan, South Korea with magnificent cliffs facing the open sea on the southernmost tip of island of Yeongdo-gu
Dadae Dong Area
*Dadaepo Sunset Fountain of Dream
*Dadaepo Beach – Amazing Sunset but the ocean is kind dirty.
*Daejeo Ecological Park –April is best time to see canola flowers & Cherry blossom in this park.
Cheongnyong -Dong & Geumjeong-gu.Area
*Beomeosa is a head temple of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism
*Geumjeongsan is a mountain in the city of Busan in South Korea. It covers a large surface that extends into Dongnae-gu in the south, Buk-gu in the west, Geumjeong-gu in the east, and the city of Yangsan in the north.
*Gudeok Culture Park- Busan Aviation Wireless Communication station ( Awesome view )
*Hoedong Reservoir and Oryundae- The lake and mountain top provide stunning scenery that can be observed from the comfort of the Oryun-dae observatory deck
- Dwaeji Gukbap is a pork-based soup and rice dish which is perfect for cold or rainy days
- Live Octopus
[4K] Arc'N Book brand new fancy bookstore│Seoul, Korea
Today I went to a brand new bookstore, ARC.N.BOOK. It is a concept bookstore offering a lifestyle like Tsutaya Daikanyama of Japan. Inside the bookstore, there are various shops and restaurants, so it is optimized to spend a relaxing time. I hope that all you guys have a chance to see how Seoul people enjoy their cultural life in every day. :)
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Daeo Bookshop is the oldest secondhand bookstore in Seoul where its interior has hardly changed in its 63 years in business, though now, instead of selling books, Daeo Bookshop is a café.
Korea Top 10 - S2E14_04 A 60-year-old second hand bookstore filled with grandmotherly love
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Nuha-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul
할머니의 따뜻함이 있는, 60년된 헌책방
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[4 Angles] Gong's Bookstore
헌 책방 '공씨 책방' 의 하루
Gong's Bookstore is one of the first second-hand bookshops in Korea, established in 1972 by Gong Jin-seok. The store has a large collection of second-hand books, including the first editions of classic books and out-of-print books. Sadly, Gong passed away in 1990, but his family has been maintaining his legacy over the last 27 years. What's a day of this old second-hand bookshop like?
가난한 지식인들에겐 보물창고 같았던 헌 책방. 1972년 문을 연 '공씨 책방'은 회기동, 청계천, 광화문을 거쳐 27년 째 신촌에 자리 잡고 있는 '1세대 헌책방'이다. 세계에서 제일 큰 헌책방을 열고 싶었던 공진석 씨의 조카 부부와 처제가 그의 뜻을 잇고 있다. 그들은 임대료 때문에 신촌을 떠나야 할 위기에 처했지만 이곳을 지켜내기 위해 고군분투 중이다. 민주화운동 당시 금서를 이곳에 숨겨 주었다며 고마워하는 단골 등 다양한 사연을 품은 그곳의 하루는 어떤 모습인지 취재했다.
Analogue Alley Forty Steps in Jung-gu, Busan_아날로그 골목, 부산중구 40계단 이야기
A Story of Special Steps
Disappearing slowly, but with unforgettable memories...
This street still preserves the same appearance of decades ago.
It even displays the tragedy of wartime.
Sin Chun-sik: Before Korea was developed during the 1960s, we had to go through many difficult times such as the Korean War in 1950. They were really tough times, truly!
Kim Jong-gil: It was hard. The city was crowded with countless refugees... and we were all facing difficult situations.
Here is a building to commemorate the harsh times.
Forty Steps Cultural Center
Yi Mi-yeon : The Forty Steps Cultural Tourism Theme Street was established to display numerous artifacts used decades ago and to exemplify what it looked like during the Korean War.
The items on display must have been very common back in those days, but they've become unfamiliar now.
Kids and youngsters might think they are quite interesting.
Do you wonder where it is?
It's just across the street from Busan Station, in Jungang-dong, Jung-gu, Busan.
It is said that refugees used to sit here on the steps to ease their tired souls while drinking a bowl of makgeolli.
The Forty Steps connects two regions of Busan, Dongwang-dong and Jungang-dong. During wartime, many people used the steps to go to work, for example, to nearby harbors and markets. So to speak, the steps represented the hard life of those people.
Sometimes, a song on the steps made them relaxed for a while.
Nothing to wear... Nothing to eat... Everything was just insufficient.
However, there was surely one thing left.
Song Gang-hui: When a rice puff man appeared in an alley carrying popped rice or fried rice crackers, we had to try hard to make him give us some of them. It was sad and we were still hungry. But we didn't lose hope.
The world changed a lot, but some things never change.
Sitting here, I sing a song about that which doesn't change.
We always carry hope in our minds.
Once valuable memories are now disappearing slowly.
However, we can find it again at this place.
Bon Voyage - EP08 Busan 부산
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Everyone has a place they remember very well. The memories could be of love, youth or moments of intense emotion.
This week, Arirang TV's Bon Voyage visits Korea's largest city and the nation's port city of Busan, and follows a lady as she recounts her memories in the movie-like places in the city.
- Haeundae is Busan's most famous beach and a place of memories for many people.
- Nampo-dong's movie neighborhood features sights related to the annual Busan International Film Festival, as well as the scenic Mipo Village.
- The street food of Nampo-dong brings back yet another group of memories.
- The seaside Haedong Yonggung Temple is filled with people's ardent wishes from the past and the present.
- Bosu-dong's Book Street and Mural Alley, as well as Gamcheon Village, have transformed the bleak memories of war into unique identities.
- A visit to Nakdong River's estuary and Eulsuk Island marks the end of the journey in Busan.
사람들은 저마다 과거의 기억이 깃든 장소가 있기 마련이다. 그것이 사랑의 기억이든, 젊은 날의 푸르렀던 기억이든, 한 때 가장 강렬했던 그 모든 순간들을 함께 했던 장소는 아련한 흔적으로 남는다.
대한민국 제2의 도시이자, 제1의 무역항이 위치한 영화의 도시 부산.
아리랑TV 'Bon voyage' 부산편에서는 그녀와 함께 낭만의 도시 부산을 드라마타이즈 형식으로 추억해본다.
- 부산의 대표적 명소, 해운대 해수욕장. 그 곳에서 만난 사람들과 함께 해운대에서의 추억을 되짚어 본다.
- 남포동 영화의 거리를 거닐며 부산국제영화제의 흔적과 영화 속 풍경 '미포마을'이 주는 서정적인 시간의 흐름에 함께 동화되어 본다.
- 남포동 먹자골목에서는 다양한 길거리 음식을 통해 과거의 한 때로 들어가 본다.
- 바다가 보이는 자리에 위치하고 있는 해동용궁사에서는 시간을 거슬러 올라가 기억 속 누군가를 위해, 혹은 지금 이 순간의 누군가를 위해 소원을 빌어본다.
- 보수동 책방골목과 벽화거리, 그리고 피난민의 설움이 문화마을로 재탄생한 감천동에서는 켜켜이 쌓인 세월이 주는 그 깊고 독특한 감성을 만나 볼 수 있다.
- 해질 무렵, 낙동강 하구 을숙도의 풍경은 빛바랜 추억과 겹쳐지며 여행의 마무리를 장식한다.
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[Matthew and Mike] Choryang Story Way Ibagu-gil (초량 이바구길)
This sightseeing destination, located along the alleys between Busan Station and Sanbok Road in Busan’s Choryang-dong, is becoming yet another renowned Busan attraction. It is known for preserving the life stories of not only historic figures, but also refugees and ordinary people connected with Busan’s turbulent modern history.
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New Chapter in Life on Jeju Island - Patrick Carle
Patric Carle now teaches English at Dongseo University in Busan. He spends his weekend nights at jazz bars where he plays the violin. Patrick first came to Busan in 1996 out of curiosity, and has been living there ever since - not only because he loves Korea, but also because he met there his life partner, Kang Jung-hwa.
Whenever they have time, the couple likes to backpack to see various places. Traveling is now part of their routine. Since 2009 these two people have finished all 26 olle trails on Jeju Island, which has more than 360 volcanic cones called oreum and some 160 lava caves. It is a world-renowned tourist attraction that was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2007. The beautiful mountains, sea and simple alleys of the island inspired the couple to make a new start in life - not as tourists but as island residents.
Patrick and his wife decided to settle down on Jeju, but before moving there for good they visited the island as tourists for the last time. The purpose of their trip is to learn how to run a guest house. Join us to see Jeju's most scenic olle trails and hear the stories of people who moved to the island recently.
Bookworms welcome! An introduction to the world's largest book city Jimbocho!
If you love books, Jimbocho is the place to go!
With about 200 bookstores, Jimbocho has a lot to offer. Most of the bookshops sell antique and rare books, however, they also offer a variety of other print media, such as old maps, old movie posters, and movie scripts. Furthermore, some bookstores are specialized in one genre, such as manga (comic) books, architecture related books, and art books and exhibition catalogs. Whether you are doing some research on old Japan, you study Japanese, or you are just looking for some nice home decor articles, Jimbocho is worth a visit!
These are some of our bookstore recommendations!
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◆ ◆ Antique books, maps and woodblock prints from the Edo period: OHYA SHOBO
The first thing that catches your eye is the huge map of Edo Tokyo in the shop window of this bookstore. When entering the shop, shelves over shelves filled with antique books and scripts from the Edo period (1603-1868) will astonish you. The shop offers books from every genre you could think of, such as history, literature, art, calligraphy, tea ceremony, martial arts, medicine, picture books, etc. Old maps and ukiyo-e woodblock prints can be used as beautiful home decor.
◆ ◆ Art books, catalogs and artist's memoirs: BOHEMIAN'S GUILD
This is a must-go bookstore for everyone who loves art! The store offers an eclectic collection of foreign and Japanese art books, artists' books, and exhibition catalogs. Behind the cash register and on the second floor, several showcases show original art pieces by Takehisa Yumeji, Ogai Mori's drafts and letters from Ryunosuke Akutagawa.
◆ ◆ All about architecture - from old books to the latest volumes: NANYODO SHOTEN
This bookstore is all about architecture. So it comes as no surprise that the building of the shop itself is a beautiful concrete architecture with a large window that makes the structure look light and welcoming. The first and second-floor offer are old and new Japanese architecture books as well as magazine back numbers, while the 3rd-floor has a collection of Western books.
◆ ◆ Looking for the latest manga issues or cute accessories? Check out BOOKS SANSEIDO
With over 1.4 million books of each genre, this bookstore is like a department store for books. If you are looking for the latest Japanese manga, go to the Comic Station on the 6th floor. The huge comic corner offers everything from manga classics to the latest issues. The hand-drawn signature boards of famous manga artist are also worth a look.
◆ ◆ Need a break? Read a book in a Japanese retro café!
Jimbocho area isn't only famous for its bookstores, but also for its retro cafes. One of the most popular ones is the Sabouru, which is nestled in a back alley close to Jimbocho station. The cottage style café seems like a cozy cave and once you go in, you don't want to leave ever again. The settled lighting is just bright enough to read a book. Here, you get great coffee - but if you want to order the local's favorite, you should go for the strawberry juice!
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VLOG | 3 Days in Busan
Hi everyone! I'm back with another vlog! My sister and I went to South Korea last summer and Busan was in our itinerary! I hope you enjoy this vlog!
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Used Book Haul + Where To Buy Used Books in Seoul
Okay a few things: 1) Usually I get pretty decent quality footage if I film with my smartphone but this time the footage is grainier than I anticipated so I apologize for the poopoo quality. I'll try to do better next time. 2) I forgot to ask in the video, but leave a comment about what books you're reading these days! I'm curious~ or write any thing you want~~
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Walking through the Ravenswood Used Book Store
This has to be the most amazing book store ever! This place is a mess and extremely unorganized. There a so many book shelves and they are placed so close together that really only 1 person at a time can be in between them. This is me trying to walk through the store. Every where you go you find another shelve full of books! If you want to go to a book store to find something specific...this is NOT the place to go. If you just love books and like finding random treasures within...you need to go to this place. 4626 North Lincoln Avenue, Chicago, IL 60625