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Old January 15th, 2012, 02:35 AM   #1
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Kimiwind's Busan (부산) Photography - Summer 2011

After unleashing The Seoul Photography Thread few months ago, I finally had the time and mood to deliver new stuff from my journey in Busan, one of the most beautiful cities on earth. That's being said, even though Busan and Seoul are within the same territories, the former still has a different flavor, perspective, traditions, atmosphere, ect..
With following this thread you will likely see how Busan has developed so much to become one of the greatest and sparkling cities in east asia.

This thread will be updated on regular basis . comments of course are appreciated =).

PS: Please if you want to share my photos anywhere on the net, let me know FIRST. Anything else will not be tolerated. Thank you.

Enjoy everyone .
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Old January 15th, 2012, 02:54 AM   #2
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First, I came to Busan by KTX, the journey was about 2H40Min. It was nice and comfortable ride. The time I arrived the weather was sunny and hot, but it's better than the gloomy rainy day in Seoul. However, first impression wasn't the weather but the station, it looks more like an airport not a train station.

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In front of the station there is a huge and beautiful water fountain

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After I finished exploring around the station, I had to go to the subway and take a ride to Seomyeon Station in order to get to my hostel.
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Old January 15th, 2012, 03:23 AM   #3
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When I got out of Seomyeon Station from the Exit N7, it looked like this:

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... After I arrived to my hostel which was about 10 min walk from the station, I had a shower, met a Japanese guy from Osaka, and we decided together to explore the city at night

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The next day, I decided to go to Haeundae not only to go to its famous beach but also to visit We've the Zenith towers. I was eager to see how this giant glass trio would look like in real. All in all I was excited

After getting off Haeundae subway station, just walking few meters away, I started to see this massive towers from afar:

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Old January 16th, 2012, 09:50 AM   #4
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#29...what are they? apartments? office space? mixed?
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Those are we've the Zenith Towers, they are purely residential towers, though they look more like office buildings . One of the best looking residential towers I ever seen.
For the record, now the tallest of the three (301 Meters) is the tallest residential building in South Korea, taking the title from Samsung Tower palace in Seoul (264 Meters).
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