Cherry Blossom in Busan: Dalmaji Road (달맞이길) - Vikingess Voyages

Friday, March 29, 2013

Cherry Blossom in Busan: Dalmaji Road (달맞이길)

Here in Bunsan spring is coming, and the city's many cherry trees are in full bloom. One of the places you can go to get a good overview of the pretty sakura, is to take a stroll up the Dalmaji Road situated to the east of Haeundae beach. In addition to the cherry blossom trees you can also enjoy the beautiful view of the beach! If you are up for it they even have a hiking route you can follow to the other side of the mountains, through the woods and up to a pavilion called Haemaru. We were on out way to the famous temple called Yonggung (용궁・龍宮), but after reaching the other side of the mountain we figured out that it would take to long to walk, so the last part was done by taxi.
Anyway, we enjoyed the Dalmaji road with its beautiful view and cherry blossom!

The beginning of the Dalmaji Road

Another pretty road we passed by

A sign showing the different hiking routes you can take from the Dalmaji Road

Sakura and the Haeundae Beach seen from Dalmaji Road
My mother and grandmother enjoying Busan and the nice weather

Some Korean girls who wanted to know where we were from.

Going of-road through one of the hiking routes
Korean ajummas enjoying the sun and the sight of the cherry blossom trees.

Pretty view!

Haemaru Pavillion

The view of Busan from Haemaru pavillion
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