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Busan With Kids – 35 Family Activities & Things To Do

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Planning a trip to South Korea’s Busan with kids? Busan is a coastal and family friendly city with fun things to do for all ages, from tots to teens.

Blessed with beautiful beaches, Busan has lots of children’s activities, colourful attractions, museums and cute character shops.

Lotte World Adventure

There are so many cool things to do in Busan and thankfully, many of these are equally enjoyable when visiting Busan with kids.

From Poo Poo Land to pirate ships, fun theme parks to free coastal skywalks, there is something to suit all tastes when planning a Busan break for families.

And Busan with kids / families doesn’t have to be expensive – many family-friendly attractions in Busan are free or inexpensive like drone shows or Korean photo booths.

Here is our guide to the best things to with kids in Busan, South Korea in 2024:

Korean amusement centres across Busan

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Busan With Kids – 35 Things To Do With Children

1. Lotte World Adventure Busan

Our first activity with kids in Busan is South Korea’s newest major theme park, Lotte World Adventure which opened in Busan in March 2022 (so it still feels very new and clean).

With over 20 attractions and major rides including the Giant Digger Rollercoaster plus lots of smaller amusements for younger kids, there is something for all ages at Lotte World Busan.

The beautifully landscaped park even has several zones for kids to enjoy, a massive magical castle (quite Disney) plus a ‘Talking Tree’, magical fountains and daily entertainment shows.

We visited Lotte World Busan recently and had a great time. Whilst it can be expensive (around 47,000 Won per adult, 33,000 KRW for children and 12,000 KRW for babies), it is also included as part of the Visit Busan Pass – the highest value family attraction included on the whole pass.

From food and drink to admission prices and amusements, here is our guide to visiting Lotte World Adventure Park in Busan >

Get your discounted Lotte World Busan family tickets here >


2. Ryan Holiday in Busan

Located just next to Haeundae Beach, Kakao Friend’s ‘roarsome’ Ryan the Lion now has his own holiday home set-up in Busan!

The cutest cartoon characters you’ll see in South Korea let alone Busan, Ryan the Lion is joined by Choonsik the Cat, Con the Crocodile, Frodo the Dog and more.

Ryan Holiday in Busan

You’ll find all the Kakao Friends here and kids will love the huge cartoon models plus interactive trail (get all the stamps and you’ll get a free Kakao Friends sticker).

Kids can enjoy 4DX indoor rides and trick arts in this immersive fun space, plus there is a super cute cafe and Kakao Friends gift-shop.

Ryan Holiday in Busan

Ryan Holiday in Busan underground theme park sounds like it is just aimed at kids but parents will love it too – the whole family will love the dancing zone where your own faces are merged onto dancing Kakao Friends characters on the big screen (some very smart technology).

Check out discounted Ryan Holiday tickets here via Klook or go as part of the Visit Busan Pass.

Ryan Holiday in Busan

3. Danubi Train at Busan Taejongdae Park

Taejongdae is one of the best known seaside and geoparks in Busan, located at the south-end of Yeongdo Island.

As with most Busan coastal trails, Taejongdae offers incredible panoramic views of the ocean – on a clear day, you can see as far as Tsushima Island.

Whilst that in itself might not be interesting for children visiting Busan, the journey around it might as it involves a fun hop-on hop off train (the Danubi train).

Taejongdae has a plethora of paths along the coast to explore plus the famed Yeongdo Lighthouse and sculpture. The best (and most fun) way to get around Taejongdae with kids is to take the brightly coloured Danubi Train, which departs every 20 minutes or so.

Read more in our guide to Taejongdae and the Danubi Train >


4. Haeundae Blueline Park Train and Sky Capsules

A family activity in Busan that kids and parents will both enjoy, hop aboard the Busan Haeundae Blueline Park Sky Capsules and Beach Train for unique views of Busan’s pristine coastline and a fun way to travel.

Sky Capsule

The Haeundae Blue Line Park is one of Busan’s newest tourist attractions – it opened in late 2020 and consists of the iconic Sky Capsules and a separate Beach Train that follows the Busan Green Railway coastal walking trail.

You might get a sense of deja-vu when you first see the Haeundae Blue Line Park – the brightly colored Sky Capsules (monorail) that travel along the coast with incredible sea views are very popular with the Instagram kids.

One of the most enjoyable family activities in Busan, read our full guide to Haeundae Blueline Park here >

Beach train

5. Busan Beaches

The coastal setting of Busan makes for some of the best beaches in South Korea.

From building sandcastles to paddling in the water at sunset, Busan offers a bevy of beach activities (not to mention beachside bars and restaurants that are suitable for families).

Songjeong Beach Busan
Songjeong Beach

There are five famous beaches in Busan but we’d suggest the most suitable for families are Haeundae or Gwangalli.

They have lots of amenities for kids (like playgrounds) plus are close to public transport and both have public toilets.

Read our guide to Busan’s best beaches >

Haeundae Beach

6. Busan Sea-Life Aquarium

It isn’t just the Busan beaches that has fish and aquatic life – Busan Sea Life Aquarium has over 40 exhibits, which includes fish (obviously) penguins, otters, piranhas, turtles and a touch tank for a close up “hands on” experience (fairly sure piranhas won’t be in the touch tank though!)

Go under the sea at Busan Sea Life Aquarium across three aquatic zones including a 180 degree underwater glass tunnel experience and new bingo zone (we aren’t sure either).

A great family attraction in Busan, book  your discounted Busan Sea-Life Aquarium tickets with Klook >


7. Korean Photo Booths

One of the most fun things to do in Busan with families and kids, Korean photo booth stores are dotted all over Busan.

Selfie kiosks are brightly coloured stores in Busan where you can borrow clothes and fun props (like vegetable hats, big sunglasses, animal paw gloves etc) and then pose for selfies or take photos in booths for a small fee.

There are also character backgrounds like Doraemon / Hello Kitty and some stores even offer K-pop star backgrounds – imagine the kids posing with BTS whilst in Busan?

Often these Korean selfie photo booths allow you to print out stickers as a lasting reminder – some of the most popular Korean selfie photo booths include Photo Lab, Studio Switch and pic dot.

Read more in our guide to Korean photo booths >


8. Busan X the Sky featuring Baby Shark

For the best panoramic views of Haeundae Beach and the Busan coastline, head up to the 100th floor of Busan X the Sky.

A newly constructed mixed use skyscraper that at over 400 metres high, is the tallest building in Busan and the second largest tower in South Korea (after the Lotte World Tower in Seoul).

As well as the incredible views of Haeundae Beach and the whole of Busan, there is an indoor glass walkway called the Shocking Bridge which kids will love – you can see Haeundae Beach directly below your feet (if you dare look down!).

The Sky Cruize lift to the top floor is also quite the spectacle with OTT graphics. For younger children, there is also some themed Baby Shark activities and trails at BUSAN X the SKY.

Busan X the Sky is included as part of the Visit Busan Pass.

​Book a discounted BUSAN X the Sky ticket here >

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Busan X the Sky featuring Baby Shark
Highest Starbucks in the world Busan South Korea
Highest Starbucks in the world

9. Poo Poo Land Busan

Could this be described as one of the ‘crappiest’ family things to do in Busan?

Billed as “…South Korea’s first poop inspired theme park…” (no, really), this attraction might not be for everyone (don’t poo-poo the idea) but kids in Busan will surely love it.

Poo Poo Land Busan - kids activity

Meet Ssari the poop and Mari the toilet paper friend (we swear we are not making this up!) as you explore the Poo Poo Land’s activity areas and take pictures in a variety of photo zones.

You can even explore a replica digestive system during an epic maze escape activity – we (think) kids will love it:

Book your Poo Poo Land in Seomyeon, Busan ticket with Klook >

Poo Poo Land Busan - kids activity

10. Running Man Busan

Running Man is a popular reality TV programme in South Korea – such is its appeal (and it is shown overseas), there are several Running Man experience centers including one in Seomyeon, Busan.

Running Man Busan

Similar to the Running Man TV show, enter the six zones and complete your missions as quickly as possible, grabbing coins along the way – kinda like Super Mario but in real life!

Running Man Busan is right next door to Poo Poo Land so you can also buy combo tickets for the two activities.

Book your discounted Running Man Busan experience tickets here >

Running Man Busan

11. Seomyeon Samjung Tower Kids Activities, Busan

A cute kids cafe in the spectacular Samjung Tower mall in the heart of Seomyeon, the Champion Playtime Kids Cafe is great for kids to play and adults to have some time to themselves.

Champion Playtime Kids Cafe Busan

There are lots of activities to keep kids amused with children and adult snacks available.

Nearby on the same floor, there are several other attractions for kids including Diel Friends Beauty Plex and Pley Lego Cafe.

Diel Friends Beauty Plex Busan
Diel Friends Beauty Plex
Pley Lego Cafe Busan
Pley Lego Cafe Busan

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12. Games Arcades

The best places for games arcades in Busan are either Seomyeon, Gwangalli or Haeundae.

A very ‘amusing’ thing to do with kids in Busan, most arcades have at least two floors of amusement arcade games, from air hockey to video games, claw machines to driving simulators.

Open until the early hours, Busan arcades are free admission with games charged individually.

There are usually carnival style fairground games where kids can win cuddly toys or plushies by knocking down tins or similar fun games.


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13. Songdo Beach Cable Car / Busan Air Cruise

A very cool way to see some very prime panoramic views of Busan with kids; the Busan Air Cruise is a brilliant cable car that journeys over the sea. Stunning seaside views come as standard and kids will love the experience.

Around 40 cabins run back and forth over the ocean on a 2 km line, from Songdo Beach (Songrim Park) to Amnam Park with lots of themed attractions to enjoy.

Songdo Beach Cable Car / Busan Air Cruise

About a dozen of the cabins have transparent floors which is great fun for children and adults alike; this is also a good activity in Busan for teenagers.

Best of all, the Songdo Cable Car / Busan Air Cruise is open until 9pm daily so you can easily time your trip to coincide with sunset, or even a journey into darkness if you want to see Busan at night.

The Songdo Cable Car is also included on the Visit Busan Pass.

Songdo Beach Cable Car / Busan Air Cruise

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14. Songdo Yonggung Suspension Bridge

Very close to the arrival point for the Songdo Cable Car / Busan Air Cruise, Songdo Yonggung Suspension Bridge is a 120 metre metal suspension bridge (don’t worry – it doesn’t sway) that bridges the sky and the ocean, allowing families to wander around the deserted “Dongseok Island”.

Afterwards, take the kids to the observation deck on the roof of the Busan Air Cruise cable car station for some amazing views over the ocean and cool art installations.

There are also dinosaurs in nearby Amnam Park – large dino models that roar, kinda like a cut-price Jurassic Park (but a free activity for kids in Busan nevertheless).


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15. Brick Campus Busan

Looking to make ‘concrete’ plans with children in Busan – then head out east to Brick Campus, a LEGO style theme park full of awesome art and illusions built out of bricks (but isn’t an official LEGO theme-park).

Highlights include brick masterpieces by the only two certified Korean Lego artists plus Asia’s biggest diorama.

Located in Lotte Mall MAISON East Busan, make a day of it and combine it with nearby Busan Lotte World Adventure.

Brick Campus is usually 15,000 KRW per adult plus kids but it can be visited for ‘free’ as part of the Visit Busan Pass.


16. Cheongsapo Daritdol Observatory

Easily accessible from Haeundae Beach when taking the Beach Train from Haeundae Blue line Park (it has its own stop), Cheongsapo Daritdol Observatory is a unique glass walkway that curves over the ocean, 20 metres up from the sea.

Cheongsapo Daritdol Observatory is free for all the family to visit but under maintenance when we visited (so partially open) – we hope they fix the cracked panels on the glass walkway – eek!


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17. Busan Skyline Luge

One of the newest family activities and attractions in Busan, the Skyline Luge opened in summer 2021 and can be found at the OSIRIA tourist complex in Gijang-gun, close to Lotte Adventure World Busan and Haedong Yonggungsa Temple.

The full Skyline luge in Busan experience includes taking a hillside skyride to the starting point of the luge track then enjoy the ride down on a luge cart that consists of four tracks that are around 2.4km long. Likely suited more towards teenagers than little kids.

Skyline Luge in Busan prices start from 25,650 Korean Won for two luge sessions when booked online (up to 5 sessions costs 34,200 Korean Won).

The Skyline Luge in Busan is also included as part of the Visit Busan Pass, whereby you can visit 30 Busan attractions for one low price.


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18. Songdo Gureum Cloudwalk and Geobukseon Island

Yes, Busan does have an awful lot of skywalks and glass walkways but this one is free to visit and easily accessible from Songdo Beach.

It is also the longest skywalk in Korea plus also the very first curve shaped walkway in the country.

The Songdo Cloudwalk is a 350+ metres glass walkway that allows you to get up close to the ocean (just make sure your kids don’t drop any of their belongings through the cracks).

Immediately next to Songdo Cloudwalk is Geobukseon Island (Turtle Island), a man-made walkway with huge statues including a huge turtle egg.


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19. Gamcheon Cultural Village

If you are only going to do a handful of things in Busan with kids, make sure you visit Gamcheon Cultural Village.

Gamcheon culture village is easily one of the most visited places in Busan, and probably the most Instagrammed place in Busan too given how colourful it is.

Brightly painted terraced dwellings, labyrinth alley-ways and maze-like backstreets are all part of the charm plus there are activities for kids like painting or posing at various viewpoints (e.g. there are big, cartoon style boots you can stand in at one particular viewpoint).

The shops here also have lots of toys and gifts that children can enjoy or the whole family can make a fun flipbook at the Flipbook studio.

If your family needs to rest after walking around all the hills here, there are many cafes to relax in with incredible rooftops that provide postcard perfect panoramic views of Gamcheon Culture Village and Busan Port.

Check out our full guide to Gamcheon Cultural Village here >


20. Kidzania Busan

Family fun comes to Busan with this indoor city centre created and curated especially for children at Shinsegae Centum City Mall.

Kidzania children’s towns are slowly taking over the world with sites in locations like Shepherd’s Bush in West London, Porto in Portugal plus Kuala Lumpur. There is even a second Kidzania in the capital if you are going to to Seoul with kids.

From flying an airplane to TV broadcasting, there are lots of awesome activities and ‘jobs’ that children can undertake and earn kidZos (a unique currency) that they buy rewards with in store. This shows them a world of grown-up jobs but in a fun way!

Book your KidZania Busan ticket online with Klook >


21. Gwangalli Beach M Drone aerial show (every Saturday night)

Busan’s Gwangalli Beach is the place to be every Saturday night with the weekly Gwangalli M Drone display high up over the night sky.

Every Saturday night at 8pm and 10pm (October – December; 7pm and 9pm), over 300 aerial drones take to the skies of Gwangalli Beach and create an incredible skyborne spectacle, with various scenes and characters created.

Whilst the 10pm drone show may be a little too late for younger children, this is one of the best free things to do in Busan without doubt – we were totally enthralled by it.

The cartoon characters and images created by the Gwangalli M drones change every week so you never know what to expect – it is also suitable for all ages.


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22. Busan Hanbok Hire / School Uniform hire

Hire traditional Korean costumes (hanbok) or even the more modern school uniforms is big business in Busan, especially with Korean teenagers.

If your own teens fancy doing something a little different, a popular Korean tradition amongst young adults in Busan is to visit Lotte World Busan wearing a school uniform that you can hire.

Or you’ll find several traditional hanbok costume rental shops in Gamcheon Cultural Village. Here you can rent both traditional Korean hanbok costumes or even school uniforms so you can walk around the village in style!

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23. Snoopy Cafe / Snoopy Place Haeundae

A cute and charming Snoopy character cafe near Haeudae’s Bay 101 area, this place is ‘Peanut’s’ to find – just look for the huge Snoopy statue outside where he is doggy-paddling on a surf-board.

Snoopy Cafe / Snoopy Place Haeundae

Haeundae’s Snoopy Cafe is great for children in Busan (and big kids like us to be fair) and inside you’ll find cute murals, illustrations and signs featuring all your Snoopy favourites like Woodstock, Linus, Peppermint Patty plus other huge cartoon figures.

Many of the sweet treats are Snoopy themed although it feels weird biting into Snoopy’s head.

Snoopy Cafe / Snoopy Place Haeundae
Snoopy Cafe / Snoopy Place Haeundae

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24. Museum DAH (AKA Museum One)

An immersive museum with incredible floor shows and light installations, we visited Busan’s Museum DAH (also known as Museum 1) as part of the Visit Busan Pass – it saved us 17,000 Won each (less for children’s admission).

Located near to Centum Spa and the BEXCO exhibition centre, Museum One is a newly established mixed media arts space in Busan that is well known for its immersive exhibitions.

We’ve been to a few ‘immersive spaces’ in our time (many of which are not so good) but Museum One has an incredible centerpiece – a huge exhibition hall with wall-to-wall LED screens, mirrors and lights that creates incredible sight and soundscapes.

A combination of permanent artworks and pop-up exhibits, Museum One is an epic experience and popular with younger groups in Busan.

This Busan with kids attraction is potentially more suited to teenagers than younger children.


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25. ZOORAJI Shinsegae Centum City

This zoo and dinosaur themed immersive rooftop park is hands down one of the best things to do in Busan with kids – better yet, it is free to visit.

Located on the top floor of one of Busan’s best malls, Shinsegae Centum City Zooraji has several attractions to explore all of which are outdoors (so there are nice views for parents whilst the kids explore and play).

ZOORAJI Shinsegae Centum City Busan Childrens park
ZOORAJI Shinsegae Centum City Busan Childrens park

Zooraji is on the 9th floor and is home to a pirate ship playground, colossal dinosaurs (some of which move and roar – very Jurassic Park) plus a dated African village.

After playtime, head down to the mall for the kids to enjoy numerous restaurants or ice-cream shops.


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26. Dadaepo Sunset Fountain of Dreams

The Dadaepo Sunset Fountain of Dreams is a great Busan attraction for kids if they often try to avoid baths! Families visiting Busan / Dadaepo Beach will love this, especially splashing in the fountains.

Dadaepo Sunset Fountain of Dreams is a magical musical fountain that has lots of LED lights that usually runs from April to October.

Dadaepo beach

Probably not worth a special journey in itself, this is more of a Busan kid’s activity to combine with a visit to Dadaepo Beach itself – the beach is literally a 60 second walk from the fountain.

Looking for a coffee shop in Dadaepo Beach with children’s drinks and nice ocean views? Check out A Twosome Place Busan on Saha-gu, overlooking Morundae bay, around 5 minutes walk from Dadaepo Beach.


27. Diamond Bay Yacht

If you want to get out on the water with kids in Busan or have the family enjoy beaches from afar, try the Diamond Bay Yacht, which runs seven days a week at various times.

Diamond Bay Yacht offers two different sailings – the Oryukdo and Haeundae courses with sailings starting from 4.30pm on weekdays and from 1:30pm on weekends.

We did the Haeundae sailing trip one weekday at 6:30pm just after the sun had set. We had incredible views of Gwangandaegyo Bridge / Diamond Bridge, Gwangalli Beach and Haeundae Beach.

Wrap up your kids warm as the Busan sea breeze can get quite chilly – also try and be one of the first aboard as there aren’t enough seats for everyone to sit.

The Diamond Bay Yacht is also included as part of the Visit Busan Pass.


28. Trick Eye Museum / Museum of Movies

Visit two of Busan’s kid friendly museums, the Museum of Movies and Trick Eye Museum are available as a combo ticket.

Of the two, the Trick Eye Museum is probably more fun for kids, full of immersive and mind boggling optical illusions and photo opportunities.

At the Museum of movies, you can see how movies are made in South Korea and even get in the director’s chair yourself – action! 

Book tickets to the Trick Eye Museum & Museum of Movies with Klook >


29. Go to a Busan Baseball Game

Baseball is a BIG hitter in Busan – it is in fact South Korea’s most popular sport! Better yet, did you know baseball is in fact one of the cheapest things to do with families in Busan at night.

Baseball tickets at Busan’s Sajik Stadium can be bought for as little as 13,000 Korean Won (around £8 / $10 USD) at the box office on the night of the game.

Baseball game in Seoul

Kids t-shirts and mini baseball bats / mitts can also be bought here – a great souvenir for kids visiting Busan.

Sajik Stadium is home to the Lotte Giants and baseball games are often played several nights a week in Busan during the South Korean / KBO baseball season (usually April to September).

The Busan baseball stadium is easy to get to via Sajik station on Busan Metro Line 3.

Check out our guide to going to a Seoul baseball game here >


30. Open Top Bus City Tour Bus

If you want to see lots of landmarks or do many Busan activities with your family, one way to get around Busan is by open top bus, whereby you can hop on and hop off any designated stops.

Fares start from 15,000 KRW per adult (children’s prices are cheaper) and it takes in all the major sites like Taejongdae, Oryukdo Skywalk, BIFF Square, Jagalchi Market and Haedong Yonggungsa Temple.

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31. Kakao Friends Store

Whilst in South Korea and Busan, make sure you visit one of the two cute Kakao Friends stores, chock full of charming cartoon character merchandise.

Kakao Friends Store Busan

Along with Line Friends (more on these later), Kakao Friends are the most popular chain of cartoon character stores in South Korea.

You’ll find all the Kakao Friends across mucho merchandise, both in terms of huge cartoon models or rows upon rows of branded products – everything from phone chargers to kids clothes and even super cute humidifiers.

The two Kakao Friends stores to visit in Busan are at Gwangbok-ro Fashion Street (near Jagalchi Market and BIFF Square) or in the mall at Busan Station.

Kakao Friends Store Busan
Kakao Friends Store Busan

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32. Gundam Shops in Busan

One of the most popular cartoon and anime characters in South Korea (and Japan where it is produced) is Gundam. The main character is a Amuro Ray an engineer who wheres a metal mobile suit to fight invading forces.

Gundam Shops in Busan

Even if you aren’t aware of the character, you’ll see several Gundam shops and attractions in Busan aimed at kids including The Gundam Base at Centum City Mall and a Gundam Base, in Seomyeon at Samjung Tower shopping mall

Here you can buy Gundam merchandise or just pose with a huge Gundam robot model – cool for kids!

Gundam Shops in Busan

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33. Honey ice-cream with honeycomb

If your kids have a sweet tooth, Haeundae (and Haeundae Traditional Market) is famous for its soft serve honey flavoured ice-cream topped with real honeycomb – delicious and sweet as!

As far as we know, the original Haeundae honey ice-cream is Honey Hombi Haeundae Market Branch (found at the northern end of the market, right next to the entrance).

Not too sweet, we really like their honey ice-cream (although eat it quick in summer months as it melts fast).

Expect to pay around 5,000 Won for a portion of honey ice-cream or 6,000 Won to include a piece of honeycomb on top – grab one (or several for the family) and then head to Haeundae beach for the perfect family day out in Busan.


34. Busan Haeundae Beach Sand Festival / sandcastle competition

Taking place annually every May or June, the Haeundae Beach Sand Festival is one of the most popular events in Busan. We were lucky enough to coincide our 2023 trip to Busan to coincide with the Sand Festival and we highly recommend going.

Busan Haeundae Beach Sand Festival / sandcastle competition

Billed as the “…only sand-related eco-festival in Korea…” (no, us neither), the Haeundae Sand Festival sees stunning sand castles built all over Haeundae Beach by sand castle designers from all over the world.

Busan Haeundae Beach Sand Festival / sandcastle competition

Seriously, the Busan Sand Festival sand castles have to be seen to be believed. In 2023, they even had a gigantic Busan BTS sand-castle (K-pop fans rejoice) plus several themed sand castles like a science sand castle.

As well as seeing sand castles, there are lots of beach events during the programme – the Busan Haeundae Beach Sand Festival is free to visit.


Our Final Thing To Do With Kids in Busan

35. See a Kid’s Film in Busan

There are over 10 cinemas and movie houses in Busan from famous cinemas like Busan Cinema Center in BIFF Square to more fun and family friendly theaters like Megabox Haeundae or the Lotte Cinema chain.

If you are looking for wet-weather family activities in Busan, other than fun museums like the Trick Eye Museum or Museum One (or malls), one of your best bets is going to the cinema – big boxes of popcorn ahoy!


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