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na) A complicated Seoul woman and a slow witty Busan man meet.

(Irritated)Ugh, it's really hot in Busan.
Wow~
Man: Oh, hi!
Woman: Hello, how are you?
Man: Can you see that?
Woman: Where?
Man: Come with me! Let me hold your bag.
Woman: Oh, thanks.
Man: (Well!) He-he!

Woman: What is that? (talking to herself: I expected him to drive me in his car...hmmm)
Man; It the a Busan City Tour Bus, an essential part of a trip to Busan. For our first meeting, I have prepared the Haeundae course. Let's get on a bus!
Woman: All right.
Woman: It's a double-decker bus. Amazing!
Man: The double-decker bus... it's exclusive to City Tour Bus!
With one ticket, we can get on and off the bus repeatedly along the circular route.
Woman: Really?
# Busan Museum
na) Busan Museum is a very important place offering various exhibits showing the history of Busan at a glance.

Man: This is the only place showcasing the history of Busan from prehistoric to modern times.
Woman: Oh, it's a really great place!

Woman: This pottery looks unusual. Hmm...
Man: Ugh, yeah?! (talking to himself) So pretty!

na) Busan Museum opened on July 11th, 1978. It houses more than 30,000 historical materials, including two National Treasures and one Treasure, and it is open to the public for free.

Man: Here we can see Busan’s authentic history for yesterday, today and tomorrow.
Woman: That sounds great!

# Gwanganri Beach
Man: We can take the bus right where we got off. The next bus comes by in 30 minutes.

Man: The bus amenities are very good, don't you think?
Woman: Yes, they are wonderful.
Man: Our next destination is Gwananri Beach.

Woman: Yay! I arrived at the sea.
Man: Come with me if you please, miss.
Woman: It's really a sweet pleasure to see the sea again after such a long time.

Woman: This beach umbrella with palm tree pattern looks so cool!
Man: Yes, it is.

Woman: Gwanganri Beach has opened for the summer.
Man: All the famous beaches in Busan have opened. Will you visit here next time?
Woman: Certainly.

# Nurimaru
na) The 2nd APEC summit conference was held at Nurimaru APEC House in 2005, and it has now emerged as a new Busan tourist attraction.

Man: Dongback Island with dense forest is harmonizes well with Haeundae Beach.
Woman: Yes, it really offers a grand spectacle.
Man: The name Nurimaru refers to a place where leaders gather for a conference.
Woman: Leaders of the APEC nations...I'm so proud of Korea.

Man: The summit conference took place here.
Woman: It is even more interesting because I can actually see it with my own eyes.

Woman: I’ll take some pictures..... (clicking the shutter of the camera)

Man: Nurimaru is connected to Haeundae beach by a beautiful walking track.

Man: According to legend, Princess Hawngok, who came from the Miranda mermaid kingdom to marry King Eenuhae of the Mookoong kingdom, soothed her loneliness by
gazing at her home in the topaz reflection every night when the full moon rises, reflecting on loneliness.
Woman; That's so sad and lovely.

# Haeundae
Woman: Okay, here’s the beach. I'm so excited, and the wind is so cool!
Man: I'm quite happy too!

Man: Look at this. Why not try grilled eel for lunch?
Woman: Ew, grilled eel? The mere sight of eels makes me cringe.
Man: Cringe? Give it a try, you’ll like it. I promise.

Woman: Dear me! Ew, how can I try this.
Man: Just go ahead! Ah~~
Woman: Ugh, oh! (eating) Hmn... Oh, it tastes good.
(pickingup chopsticks) Hmm.... Ah!
(looking at it) Tail.. Hmm..tasty and savory.
(smelling the spices) Ugh? Roast eel with spices. I'll give it a try. Hmm..
(eating) Wow, it's delicious. I like how it tastes, Giwan.
Man: (eating) You know, this food is wonderful!
(yum-yum)

# Shinsegae Department Store
Man: This is Sinsegae Centum City. It is listed as the world's largest department store in the Guiness Book of World Records.
Woman: Wow, I really want to visit this place
Man: Let's go inside!
Woman: Yeah, let's go~

Woman: Wow, those are fantastic. It's so pretty. Does it look good on me?
Man: Yeah, ha-ha! Everything is pretty. (just like you)

Woman: This is such a huge department store. Oh, wow~

# Busan Cinema Center
na) The Busan Cinema Center opened on September 29, 2011, and now serves as the key facility of Asian film culture and as a movie house for the Busan International Film Festival.

Man: It is also called 'Dureraum' meaning ‘a site for enjoying movies together’.
Woman: A panoramic view of Busan Cinema Center can be seen from the roof of the department store. So amazing!.

# BEXCO
na) BEXCO holds various exhibitions and international conferences, and contributes to international industrialization
and the informization of Busan-Gyeongnam region.

Man: On the other side of BEXCO, a 2nd exhibition hall,
cascading indoor hall and auditorium are installed. Woman: It's larger than the Seoul COEX.
Man: Probably!

# Busan Museum of Art
na) A total art space to accommodate the art of the Busan and Yeongnam region.

Man: This place offers a comprehensive perspective on many kinds of art.
Woman: Oh, really?

Man: This is Baek Nam Jun's work, 'Communication, transportation'.
It‘s housed in the Busan Museum of Art.
Woman: Wow, it's so amazing to see Baek Nam Jun's work here.
Man: This place was designed to use the exhibition hall interior appropriately depending on the exhibitions.
Woman; Oh, I see.

# Gwangan Grand Bridge
na) Gwangan Grand Bridge is also known as the Diamond Bridge,
and is an 8-lane, double-layered bridge that connects Namcheon-dong,
Suyeong-gu and Centum City in U-dong, Haeundae-gu.

Man: It the weather is fine, we can see Oryukdo from here.
Woman: What is that?
Man; That is Yigidae Seaside Park, famous for its Galmaetgil course.
Man: On this side, there is a waterfront park and sashimi restaurant.
Woman: Yes, I see.

# United Nations Memorial Cemetery
na) This is the only UN designated scared spot,
with the United Nations forces dead from the Korean War were buried here

. Man: Whenever I visit this place, I’ll pay silent tribute to their sacrifice.
Woman: Let's go to pay our respects.

na)(남자목소리) Guardians of Peace
More than 40,000 soldiers died from 17 different countries in the Korean War.
About 10,000 of these were buried in the United Nations Memorial Cemetery. Man: Over 2,300 participants from 11 countries, including the USA, the UK and Turkey were buried here.
Woman: That's very sad.

Man: Let's pay tribute with a minute of silence.
Man: Daunt Waterway took name from J P Daunt, an Australian soldier
buried at the UN Memorial Cemetery.
Woman: Oh...
Man: He was the youngest solider to participate in the Korean War.
At that time of his death, he was only 17 years old.
Woman: The waterway looks mournful. It is a sad story.
# Busan Station
Man: I had a great time with you. Can I meet you tomorrow?
Woman: Yes, give me a call.
Man: All right. I'll see you tomorrow, Bye.