Busan Neighborhoods • Jangjeon-dong


Author: Parent     Date pictures taken:  2008     City: Busan     Country: Korea      Pictures Attached: 31     Pictures License: Copyrighted Free Use - Requires Attribution - Allows Commercial Reuse and Derivative Works     Neighborhood Type: Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood



Jangjeon-dong Pictures

by Parent on Mon Feb 25, 2008 1:53 am


Jangjeondong is a district nearby the north gate of Busan National University.

Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) View of the Geumcheon gu from the 3rd floor outdoor terrace of the Sangnam International House. (192.78 KB) Photo viewed 1785 times
Pic. 1. View of the Geumcheon gu from the 3rd floor outdoor terrace of the Sangnam International House. View photo in original size (986x718 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) The blue bottles on the roofs of the houses are used to ensure high pressure of the tap water. (425.23 KB) Photo viewed 1636 times
Pic. 2. The blue bottles on the roofs of the houses are used to ensure high pressure of the tap water. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) A part of the PNU campus from the 3rd floor of the Sangnam International House. (400.92 KB) Photo viewed 1678 times
Pic. 3. A part of the PNU campus from the 3rd floor of the Sangnam International House. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) Residences (houses). (377.1 KB) Photo viewed 1610 times
Pic. 4. Residences (houses). View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) Residences (houses). (370.08 KB) Photo viewed 1665 times
Pic. 5. Residences (houses). View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) Residences (villas). (449.95 KB) Photo viewed 1673 times
Pic. 6. Residences (villas). View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) Typical commercial street on the west side of Jangjeondong station. (198.58 KB) Photo viewed 1780 times
Pic. 7. Typical commercial street on the west side of Jangjeondong station. View photo in original size (768x1024 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) On the west side of the station looking west. (411.3 KB) Photo viewed 1677 times
Pic. 8. On the west side of the station looking west. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) On the east side of the station looking north. (151.57 KB) Photo viewed 1741 times
Pic. 9. On the east side of the station looking north. View photo in original size (998x732 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) On the east side of the station looking northeast. (419.99 KB) Photo viewed 1662 times
Pic. 10. On the east side of the station looking northeast. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) Apartment blocks near Jangjeong station and mountain in the background. (115.42 KB) Photo viewed 1733 times
Pic. 11. Apartment blocks near Jangjeong station and mountain in the background. View photo in original size (997x714 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) Some villas for the university students. Villa is the word used in korea for <10 story high apartment blocks. (394.77 KB) Photo viewed 1627 times
Pic. 12. Some villas for the university students. Villa is the word used in korea for <10 story high apartment blocks. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) An older house, probably built in the 1970s jusding by the style of the windows and paint. (352.07 KB) Photo viewed 1654 times
Pic. 13. An older house, probably built in the 1970s jusding by the style of the windows and paint. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) A garden, a couple of houses, some villas, and several apartment blocks. a 100 square meter apartment in the 'commie blocks' at the back is now worth about 180 million wons. (449.01 KB) Photo viewed 1702 times
Pic. 14. A garden, a couple of houses, some villas, and several apartment blocks. a 100 square meter apartment in the 'commie blocks' at the back is now worth about 180 million wons. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) Villas for the [[PNU|Pusan National University]] students. The rent is about 300,000-350,000 wons per month for a 25 square meter apartment. (467.84 KB) Photo viewed 1733 times
Pic. 15. Villas for the PNU students. The rent is about 300,000-350,000 wons per month for a 25 square meter apartment. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) A commercial street nearby the subway stop. (440.94 KB) Photo viewed 1668 times
Pic. 16. A commercial street nearby the subway stop. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) A modern house with a traditional style. (439.21 KB) Photo viewed 1678 times
Pic. 17. A modern house with a traditional style. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood)  (159.96 KB) Photo viewed 1940 times
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Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) In between the Jangjeong subway stop and the Busan-dae stop. (405.56 KB) Photo viewed 1619 times
Pic. 19. In between the Jangjeong subway stop and the Busan-dae stop. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) Stores nearby apartments. (441.52 KB) Photo viewed 1637 times
Pic. 20. Stores nearby apartments. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood)  (384.54 KB) Photo viewed 1592 times
Pic. 21. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood)  (467.32 KB) Photo viewed 1653 times
Pic. 22. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) Typical backalley. White cars are very popular in korea. Hm, I guess this is related to the Koreans being called the 'white people' by the chinese in the past.. That is, the Koreans differed from the Chinese and Japanese since the commoners wore exclusively white clothes. Now, clothes are more varied in color but uncounsciously perhaps, koreans choose their car white :D. (426.24 KB) Photo viewed 2000 times
Pic. 23. Typical backalley. White cars are very popular in korea. Hm, I guess this is related to the Koreans being called the 'white people' by the chinese in the past.. That is, the Koreans differed from the Chinese and Japanese since the commoners wore exclusively white clothes. Now, clothes are more varied in color but uncounsciously perhaps, koreans choose their car white :D. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood)  (468.25 KB) Photo viewed 1636 times
Pic. 24. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood)  (482.89 KB) Photo viewed 1710 times
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Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood)  (424.13 KB) Photo viewed 1531 times
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Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) Entrance to apartment block complex. The blocks are 'commie' and a bit ugly but provide a good standard of living for the middle class. (491.36 KB) Photo viewed 2073 times
Pic. 27. Entrance to apartment block complex. The blocks are 'commie' and a bit ugly but provide a good standard of living for the middle class. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) Another residential backalley, looking north. (155.3 KB) Photo viewed 1755 times
Pic. 28. Another residential backalley, looking north. View photo in original size (996x734 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) One street is a small market. (421.14 KB) Photo viewed 1632 times
Pic. 29. One street is a small market. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) Another apartment block complex near the top of the hill. The cost here is around 200 million wons for a 100 square meter flat. (483.79 KB) Photo viewed 1713 times
Pic. 30. Another apartment block complex near the top of the hill. The cost here is around 200 million wons for a 100 square meter flat. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Picture of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood, Busan City, Korea,  2008 by Parent (Busan Middle Class Residential Neighborhood) On the east side of Jangjeon dong station, not too far from the GS Mart. (479.33 KB) Photo viewed 1853 times
Pic. 31. On the east side of Jangjeon dong station, not too far from the GS Mart. View photo in original size (1024x768 pixels).


Map of Jangjeon-dong neighborhood.


How to get to Jangjeon-dong Neighborhood


Jangjeondong station.
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Busandae Neighborhood by Parent. Busandae is one of the major hangout areas in Busan. There's thousands of restaurants, bars, shops aimed at young.. Distance from Jangjeon-dong: 0.9km S, 48 pictures.

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Dongnae Neighborhood by Parent. Dongnae seems to be a sino-korean word: Dong means east, and nae means hmm.. Actually, I'm not sure what nae means :D. Maybe the second character was meant to be read Anyhow, during the Chosun dynasty, Busan city w.. Distance from Jangjeon-dong: 3.6km SSW, 21 pictures.

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