After a repeat of yesterday's easy breakfast - egg sandwiches and a hash brown, we see an interesting sculpture while awaiting our local city bus.
"Haedong Yonggung Temple was built in 1376 A.D. by the teacher known as Naong during the Goryeo Dynasty. It was destroyed during the Japanese invasions of Korea (1592–98), but was rebuilt in the 1930s. The temple complex is large and one of few in Korea to be set on the seaside. As such, combined with its proximity to Haeundae Beach and the east side of Busan, the temple is popular with sightseers, particularly during Buddha's Birthday celebrations when the complex is decorated with paper lanterns."
Stone Zodiac characters act as sentinels at the entrance...
...and there's Ulrich the Babysitter, and Pepe le Crayon, just checking out the tourists strolling by.
Meet Haesu Gwaneum Daebul, the Sea Goddess Buddha of Mercy, who is an aspect of Guanyin.
We always love finding the Reclining Buddha.
Now on the prowl for lunch...
...the reality, yes, they do far better than Arby's, compliments are in order to both the photographer and the chef.
Now on Haeundae Beach, and yes, the expected rain is now rolling in.
With the proximity to undersea seismic events (earthquakes), tidal waves (Tsunami) are a very real threat.
Oh well, do we look worried, "Imma bout to send a Tsunami of beer down me gullet!"
Even the boyz of BTS (extremely popular K-Pop group) are hangin down in the tidal zone, all 7 of them.
Brewery number two is located.
And finally, brewery number 3, alas, on our 3rd night in Busan...
...and dinner pizza, they do a fantastic job with recreating Western-style pizza here.