BIFF Square, Busan
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Originally known as a small hub of improvized cinemas during Japanese colonial rule, BIFF Square today represents the center of Korea's modern film industry. Renovated and transformed in 1996, the site quickly became a cultural tourist attraction, especially for movie lovers and directors. Experience the crowded first-run theaters, which only a small number of Asian and European cities can host to begin with. Besides focusing on films and entertainment, the district also contains an abundance of restaurants, leisure facilities, and shops, so you can purchase affordable food, fashionable clothing, and meet new people anywhere you turn. Plan your BIFF Square visit and explore what else you can see and do in Busan using our Busan trip itinerary planner.
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Lots of good food to try and wander around. Clothes and cosmetics are also available even though not as much as in Seoul. But prices are mostly cheaper.
It was a bit wet at the time I visited the square. A nice place to kill time with lots of food stalls and a spot of shopping. Not necessarily a place I would go out of my way to visit though.
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