Stretched out from Hwangryeongsan Mountain, Sinseondae Cliff is namely the most popular viewing spotl ocated in Busan's coastal area. Thanks to its geological location, the Sinseondae commends imcomparable ocean vista over many other small islets scattered around the bay area. The site is 4,121.707 ㎥, fairly flat and even therefore a perfect place for visitors to stroll around the area. An old folktale has it that, the name 'sinseon' (or Taoist in English) was given because the sacred people came to the mountain to rest and play, attracted by its spectacular view. The area has been highly appreciated by visitors for some hundreds of decades, and a documentary from one notable scholar from the Silla Era, Choi Chi-won, testifies the impressive looks from during his time.



6, Sinseon-ro 303beon-gil, Nam-gu, Busan[Google Map]



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How To Use


Parking Facilities: 

Available (vans and buses are also able to park here)





[Subway + Bus]
From Nopo Station (Busan Subway Line 1), take Bus No. 68 or 168 and get off at Yongdangdong Bus Stop.
Cross over to the opposite side of the road and continue walking straight for about 5-min to arrive at destination.



Additional Info


Tour Course Information: 

[Half-day course] Igidae Coastal Walk → Oryukdo Islands → Baegunpo Beach → Sinseondae Cliff
[Oneday course] Igidae Cliff → Jangjasan Mountain → Oryukdo Islands → Lunch → Baegunpo Beach → Sinseondae Cliff → Hwangnyeongsan Mountain


Admission Fees: 

Free of charge


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Facilities for the Handicapped: 

Reserved parking lot available


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tel: +82-51-253-8253

telname: Busan Nam-gu Office

zipcode: 48548

infocenter: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-51-253-8253

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