With each season, the Feel the Rhythm of Korea series promotes different regions of Korea in a fun and hip way. Watch and discover how each city bursts with dynamic energy!
Busan, the second largest city and the first port city of Korea, is introduced with retro
music. The retro vibe and hip atmosphere makes it all the more attractive.
The background music is called Come Back to Busan Port, a representative song of the city. Busan is also Jimin and Jung Kook’s hometown.
The name, Busan Port, carries the feeling of nostalgic longing for people and countless stories.
Namparang Trail shows Busan’s geographical charms by connecting the sea, forest, and city.
Six rock islands that are often mistaken for five are surrounded by the vast open sea.
See the hustle and bustle of local folks at Gijang Market.
Every time a clip is released, viewers from around the world give amazing feedback. The one that stood out the most were comments from citizens of Daejeon asking to perk up their city! So the producers of Feel the Rhythm of Korea rolled up their sleeves and got to work. Check out the Daejeon clip and enjoy some rock n’ roll music!
There are many noodle soup restaurants in Daejeon. It is also the first city that opened a noodle soup festival in Korea! Really shows their love for the dish!
200 dancers followed a lively and energetic choreography in front of Hanbit Tower.
This traditional market is the perfect spot to see the daily lives of people in a retro atmosphere.
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