Food and Drinks

Brunch at Brunsweek

Busan, South Korea —

I was craving for pancakes that first morning in Busan, and I told Danny that I can even settle for Mcdonald’s. But since we were at Gwangalli Beach (광안리해수욕장), there were plenty of restaurants around. So, we walked by the seashore, from the hotel to the end of the beach, trying to find a pancake restaurant. Unfortunately, we couldn’t find any, not even Mcdonald’s, and all nearby stores were closed.


He searched again on his phone and found a different establishment just few blocks away from our hotel. So, we headed back through the side walk of Gwanganhaebyeon Avenue (광안해변로). Finally, after few minutes of strolling, we spotted Brunsweek (브런즈윅). I heard my stomach grumble.


At that time, there was a marathon held on that same street. The resto was flocked by foreigners. They seem to be enjoying their delish meals while watching the marathon.


Studying the menu, I felt so grateful that they serve brunch until 5pm. We then ordered a heavy brunch meal for ₩12,000 each since we were famished.

I had Gangnam Style which consists of salad, 2 pcs pancakes, 1 pc hashbrown, a slice of bacon, scrambled egg and a Hungarian sausage, while Danny had bagel with cream, salad, sunny side up, and 2 slices of bacon.

Gangnam Style


Although the food was simple and ordinary, the price wasn’t that bad for a plateful of happiness. After half an hour or so, we got out of the restaurant filled up and satisfied.

Brunch Meal Price Range: ₩9,000-12,000 (no drinks included)


Address: Gwangan-dong, Suyeong-gu, Busan, South Korea

7 thoughts on “Brunch at Brunsweek

  1. Owch, the brunch looks delicious yet quite expensive. 😀
    By the way Miseol, do you have any suggestion for cities/town close to Seoul? like one or two nights stays each. I am travelling back to South Korea pretty soon, but this time I am aiming for cities or towns close to Seoul. Limited time. 😀
    Thank you.

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    1. Hello Yuna. How’ve you been? Oh really? That’s good news. What do you wanna see outside of Seoul by the way?

      I would suggest you stay in Gapyeong. It’s near to popular places like Nami Island, Petite France and Garden of Morning Calm. In the south, there’s Yongin, near to Everland and Korean Folk Village. 🙂

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    2. I have been good, just back from quite long trip. 😀 *thank you for asking, Miseol*
      Since it will be autumn, I’d love to see the foliage (I am not sure if the time is already right to see one).
      Owch nice, I read about those places before, and haven’t visited any of it, however I am not sue about visiting Nami Island. 😀
      Thank you so much.

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    3. Yeeee, I already saved a pictured that show a map of early to peak foliage in entire country. For my arrival date, I need to go to the northern part, like Seoraksan and Odaesan. It will be early foliage in Seoul. 😀 😀
      I do wish I get them all. ❤

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    4. Oh, so you’re coming very soon then? Yup, they are quite far, though. About 2.5-3hrs travel from Seoul. But Gangwondo especially Gangneung is also a good place to have some vitamin sea. hehe


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