|The very brightly lit Millak Raw Fish Town|
How to get to Gwanggali Beach? Easy. Using the Busan Metro, on Line 2 head to Geumyeonsan station for the nearest to the beach. I saw a lot of articles on the web saying to get off at Gwangan station but that station is a bit further from the beach. From Geumyeonsan station, head out exit 3 and walk straight downhill all the way to the beach. You'll be at the southern end of the beach, which would be a great starting point to walk along the beach and the nearby Cafe Street.
|The many cafes that line the Cafe Street|
Cafe Street is lined with the many local and international cafe franchises. You'll be spoilt for choice. All along the stretch of the beach, you'll be treated to the view of the Gwangan Bridge. There's even a part of the cable used for the bridge displayed at one part of the beach boardwalk. The temperature right now over here is quite perfect. There's a little bit of wind and the cool breeze makes it easy to walk all the way to the other end of the beach.
|Busan City Tour Bus goes along the Gwangan Bridge|
To experience riding on the Gwangan Bridge itself, you can opt for a taxi ride or even the Busan City Tour Bus. The first time I went to Busan last year, I arrived from Gimhae airport and took a taxi to my hotel at Haeundae. It definitely used the Gwangan Bridge to get to Haeundae fast. The experience, is of course awe inspiring.