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Oryukdo Island

Isabel Leong
I enjoyed the path that led to the skywalk much more, for there was a clean view of the coastlines and the Oryukdo island, sans the crowd. To get to this view, alight a couple of bus stops before the Orykdo Skywalk.Admission fee:FOCOperating hours:6.30am-6.30pmDirections:Take Subway Line 1 to Busan Station. Come out from Exit 10.Take Bus 27 and get off 25 stops later at Oryukdo SK View Humun (Backgate).Walk about 275 m to Oryukdo Skywalk. This journey takes approximately 1 hour.Eat & Shop: Seomyeon (서면1번가)
Dianne Goh
Next stop was the Oryukdo Islands. We thought Taejongdae Park was gorgeous, but we were totally blown away here. The bus drives along the coast (gorgeous views again! <3) and stopped in front of a huge condominium (ocean views - must be a very expensive place to stay in!). This condominium looked different from the conglomerate branded apartments we saw earlier. It looked more expensive and was like a gated community.The Oryukdo Islands are off this coast, and consists of a collection of 5 to 6 islets. During high tide you can only see 5 of them and during low tide there are 6. There is also a coastal hiking trail leading from this part of the coast to Gwangalli Beach, but it was a 7km hike, and it was almost sundown, so my husband and I decided against going on it. Such a pity though, it would have been nice to end the day off at Gwangalli Beach! If I lived here, I would hike every day.