History Tour Mandibus
A new trend initiated from the “Mountainside Road Restoration Project” in 2009. You will be able to experience the precious scenery hidden in the mountain slopes through the Busan City Tour and Mandibus.
Taking off from Dong-gu, Busan Station, Mandibus circulates and embraces Jung-gu, Saha-gu, and Yeongdo-gu.
Optimal Travel Course
Let’s explore the precious scenery hidden in the mountain slopes by following the “Mandibus” route that was created through countless exploration.
Travel freely with the pass!
By purchasing the 1 day pass, you can get off at the stop of your choice and after sightseeing, wait and get on the next City Tour Bus to continue your trip.
History, culture, and scenery of Mountainside Road
Sea that opens up like a panorama and houses that portray the life of Busan residents will fill up the bus window.
Course Information of the Tour
This is brief information about the tour course of Busan City Tour Manibus.
Yeongdodaegyo is the first and the only drawbridge in Korea. A drawbridge is a bridge that lifts itself to allow ships with large sails to pass through.
Huinyeoul Culture Village02
Huinyeoul Culture Village, which many people refer to as the Santorini of Busan, is located on the Jeoryeong Seashore Walkway of Yeongdo and it is a small village that preserves the history of refugees.
Songdo Beach is Korea’s first beach. It was named “Songdo” because of the pine trees that grow in the Gobukseom Island located to the right of the Songdo beach.
Songdo Sky Walkway04
Songdo Sky Walk is 365 m long and is the longest curved seashore walkway in Korea.
Gamcheon Culture Village05
Gamcheon Culture Village presents the despairing aspects of Busan history as it has preserved the landscape that demonstrates the difficult lives of refugees during the Korean War in the 1950’s.
Ami Culture Learning Center06
The Min-sik Choi Gallery of Ami Culture Learning Center hosts various events and programs such as photo shoot workshops, humanities workshops through pictures, meetings with professional photographers, and printing of old pictures.
At the Nuribaragi Observatory, you can get a panorama view of the entire city of Busan.
This place became known as the Gukje Market as it was the first market to exchange goods that the Japanese left behind, goods from countrymen who have returned from overseas, smuggled goods from overseas, and war supplies from US military servicepersons.
Youngdusan Mountain Park09
Busan Modern History Museum located across from Youngdusan Mountain Park was developed in 1929 during the Japanese Colonial Era.
Bosu-dong Book Alley10
Many book sellers used to sell books that the Japanese left after the independence on August 18th at the Gukje Market.
Seokdang Museum of Dong-A University was completed in 1925 during the Japanese Colonial Era and has been used by the Office of Gyeongsangnam-do as a historic Cultural Heritage.
Dakbatgol Happy Village12
Dakbbat Happy (Hanji) Village is called the “Museum without a Roof,” and there are village paintings, book café, and sculptures in various alleys.
Gum Soo-hyun’s Music Salon13
Gum Soo-hyun’s Music Salon tells the singer’s story as a refugee in Busan. Visitors can enjoy a beautiful view overlooking both the north and south at the same time and experience some cultural activities and ecological arts.
Sanri Village Hall14
Sanri is Joonggu, Busan’s old name. It is located between the Gum Soo-hyun’s Music Salon on Sanbok road and the Mildawon Era café. Its monorail, Korea’s first monorail, and street gallery art festival draws visitors.
Democracy Park was created in remembrance of the historic events that significantly contributed to Korean modern history; the 4•19 revolution, 1979 Buma Democratic Uprising, 6•29 of 1987 Uprising and more.
The Yibagu workshop is the base of the city regeneration project, the Sanbok renaissance. ‘Yibagu’ means ‘story’ in Busan dialect.
Yu Chi-Hwan’s Mailbox17
Yu Chi-hwan’s Post Office is a tribute to the teacher who died in Donggu. He served as a principal twice at Gyeongnam High school. He was killed in a car accident in 1967.
Busan Station initiated its operation in 1908, 3 years after Seoul-Busan Line started its operation from Seoul to Choryang. At the time, Busan Station was designed with bricks similar to the Renaissance architecture.
Please check the boarding location, fare information, and purchase information in advance!
The first bus at Busan Station9AM
The last bus at Busan Station6 PM
(November through April: 5:30 PM)
Travel time 1H 40M
Adult group (≥ 10 persons) 8,000KRW
Address #701, 7F, Newport Building, 197, Jungang-daero, Dong-gu, Busan