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Busan is perhaps a more beautiful city at night than it is during the day. From the glittering neon of the shopping districts to the lights of Gwangalli bridge, there is no shortage of views and things to do after the sun goes down.
In fact, the city's cafe and bar culture doesn't come alive until dark. Upscale bars and cocktail lounges are located in the city's high-end hotels. Several other nightclubs and bars can be found throughout the city. More informal are the hofs German-style beer bars and pojang macha neighborhood rice-wine joints where you can imbibe without breaking the bank. Most places with English-speaking owners can be found in Foreigners Street and the upscale hotels. A quieter evening can include a cup of coffee from one of Gwangalli's many cafes, a stroll on the boardwalk in Haeundae, or a view of the city lights from Busan Tower.
It is connected to the Municipal Museum and the main stage can seat 1, people. Take subway line 2 to the Daeyeon-dong Station exit 3 or 5 , and then walk 10 minutes toward the U. Take bus no. Call tel. Nampo-dong is the home of the Pusan International Film Festival tel. Usually held sometime in October, the PIFF is a showcase for not only domestically produced films, but movies from international directors. The winners of the festival each year imprint their hands and feet on copper plates similar to the prints in front of Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood.
These copper plates can be seen all across the plaza. Even outside of festival times, the area is crowded with moviegoers of all ages. Unfortunately, South Korean films aren't regularly subtitled though they are for the festival , but you will be able to watch an English-language film here with no worries. There is no shortage of bars in Busan, but very few Western-style clubs for dancing. There are few places in the city dedicated to strictly dancing, but people in most clubs begin dancing later on in the wee hours.
Most dance clubs can be found in the PNU area or in the luxury hotels in Haeundae. Be aware that if you go to a Korean-style bar or soju bang literally, "soju room" , you're expected to order an overpriced anju with your drinks. Also, they won't let you in if you're dressed down or look like you came from the beach. Koreans dress to impress when they go out. The exceptions are the foreigner-friendly bars, mostly near the universities. Also, beware of the "girlie" or "go-go" bars on Texas Street, which will have Western-style or Russian music.