지하철 2호선 해운대역 3번출구 나오셔서 5분정도 바닷가 방향으로 직진하시면 좌측에 해운대 시장이 보입니다. 해운대 시장안을 지나서 시장 반대편 끝에서 우회전하면 T world가 보이고 우측으로 노란간판 포비게스트하우스가 보입니다. 세븐일레븐 편의점 2층에 있습니다.
1003번 버스는 노보텔엠버서더호텔(아우디 매장앞)에 내리셔서 BMW MINI 자동차와 아우디 매장 사이 길로 들어오시면 세븐일레븐 2층에 포비게스트하우스 간판이 보입니다.
약도 입니다. 주차는 불가합니다.
From Haeundae Subway Station line #2
Emerge from #3 exit and go straight until you find the Haeundae Market (500m). You can see the market from the left. Go inside the market and find 'T world' at the other end. You can see the yellow sign board of 'Pobi Guesthouse' on the right.
We are on the 2nd floor of Seven Eleven.
It takes about 7~10 minutes walk from the Haeundae subway station. No parking.
Nearby Attractions 주변 안내
Haeundae Beach (Sunrise, Foot Baths)
(3 mins from Pobi House)
Haeundae Beach’s exquisite natural scenery makes it the topmost beach across the country and the swimming season culminates for four months from June 1st to September 30st of the year. The beach, which is 1.5km long and 30~50m wide with a total area of 58,400㎡, can accommodate some 120,000 vacationers. It has a folkloric exercise site suitable for Korean traditional seesaw, wrestling, stick throwing, tug of war, and a board game played with sticks. There are also tourist information centers, seaside library, and other facilities. The beach, with its diverse annual entertainment, amusements and events, is one of the best beaches in the world. In addition, free hot spring foot bathes opened next to Haeundae Tourist Information Center in 2010, and they are available for many people.
Dongbaekseom Island (Nurimaru)
(10 mins from Pobi House)
Dongbaekseom Island, an island formed in ancient times, is an island connected with land by the process of the accumulation of earth and sand carried from an alluvial plain in the region of Jwa-dong, Jung-dong and U-dong by Chuncheon River, the confluence of water flowing from the Yangun Cascade (or the Jangsan Mountain Cascade) and Buheungbong peak in the eastern part of Jwadong. Dongbaekseom Island is thick with camellias and pine trees and a statue of and memorial tribute to the great Scholar Chi-Won Choi is on the summit. It came into the international spotlight after the construction of the Nurimaru APEC House (2nd APEC Summit venue).
Jagalchi Fish Market & Yongdusan Park
(1 hr from Pobi House)
Jagalchi Fish Market, Jagalchi (Line 1-Jagalchi station). This a huge fish market, and there is lots of great fish and other seafood there, and you'll have to opportunity to eat squid that is still wriggling when you eat it! Try and come very early to see the activity around the fish being landed. It is walking distance from the Nampo Lotte Department store or Jagalchi station on the Busan Metro Line 1.
Yongdusan Park - Busan Tower, (Line 1, Nampo station). This pleasant little park is home to Busan's one true tourist attraction, the 118 meter tall Busan Tower (₩4,000). The fences surrounding Busan Tower are adorned with love padlocks, which can be purchased in the souvenir shop. If you go up the Busan Tower you will get to see an awesome panorama of the entire city. You can walk ot take the hillside escalator up to the tower.
Yonggungsa Temple (20 mins by Bus)
The name means Dragon Palace Temple. This fine and extremely popular Buddhist temple complex spreads along the shoreline, decidedly unusual in Korea where most temples are at the top of a darn steep hill. It’s also famous because its beauty of Buddhist statues and sculptures such as Hakeupul Buddha statue who is known for his blessing for success. The sound of the ocean and beautiful architecture create a magical effect. Go down the temple you will find a subterranean medicinal spring (yak suh toh 약수터). Try to visit Yonggungsa Temple in April when they are celebrating the Birth of Buddha with festival and when the cherry blossom are in full bloom. It will be the best time to visit Yonggungsa. It is free to enter.It is hugely popular with the locals who come to pray and has multiple car parks and restaurants and a complete tourist market selling valuable souvenirs, edibles and outright tat.
Gamchen Cultural Village
Gamcheon Cultural Village is called the “Santorini of the East” or the “Lego village. During the Korean war Gamcheon used to be a place for refugees and has long been home for the city’s poorest residents. But now it has received cultural excellence award from Korea’s Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism. Explore the colorful and historic alleyways of Gamcheon, bring your camera and take pictures from every corners because you will find a different view every time you take pictures. There is no entrance fee, but if you want to participate in the stamp scavenger hunt you can buy the Gamcheon Map for 2000KRW. Bring your children to enjoy this cultural village but it’s better for not taking the elders here, the stairs are too much. It is open from 9am-5pm. To get there, take line 1 to Toseong station, exit 8. Walk straight to bus shelter in front of PNU Cancer Center and take mini-bus 2 or 2-2 to Gamcheon Elementary School.