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Being South Korea’s second largest city, Busan is known for its local seafood and beaches. It’s also the economic, cultural, and educational center of southeastern South Korea. Not only do they have the biggest port in South Korea, but it’s also the fifth largest port in the world. You can go to the Songjeong Beach, Taejongdae, the Jagalchi Market, and tons more.

There are also many team-building activities to experience on your offsite retreat in Busan. You can take your team on a yacht tour, take surf lessons, try a cooking class, or try an escape game. The possibility of strengthening your team's communication skills and building lasting bonds are endless.

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These team-building activities are available as part of our retreat package.

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Experience Busan on a yacht tour

  • This yacht tour will take you from Haeundae beach, Bay 101, and Gwangali beach. 
  • See the iconic Gwangali bridge right from under it in a yacht. 
  • Experience a professional captain who will put on a great show for the tour. 
  • The experience lasts about an hour and the sea breeze can be cold, so be prepared.
  • You can have up to 15 people with plenty of space.

Experience Busan from a SUP (stand-up paddleboard)

  • SUP is a great leisure activity in Busan when the waves are calm. 
  • Anyone can easily learn SUP and enjoy it, regardless of your age.
  • You’ll get 5-10 minutes of training on basic usage information and operation methods.
  • Learn from great and kind instructors and relieve some stress. 
  • Enjoy using a board that’s in great condition and clean.

Get in touch with your wild side with surf lessons

  • Take advantage of the highest quality suit made of 5mm full brush fabric for winter surfing.
  • Rental boards of all sizes are available.
  • If needed, you’ll be provided with winter supplies such as gloves, boots, and hoods for winter surfing.
  • The staff are friendly and knowledgeable with English provided making for a good experience!
  • Learn from an instructor in a lesson that lasts approximately 2 hours. 
  • About 6 people per group form a team and are taught by an instructor.

Unwind with a pub crawl in Busan

  • Discover Busan’s party spirit with a pub crawl and nightlife tour.
  • Enjoy free entry to four bars and a club, as well as free drinks
  • You’ll go on a guided group tour to 4+ bars and clubs over a 4-hour span.
  • Enjoy a host who’s very accommodating and great at making an exciting party for everyone.
  • They’ll set the vibe right from the start with activities and opening up conversations.
  • Your host will keep an eye on everybody for safety all night and ensure everyone gets back home safely.

Experience the foods Busan has to offer by taking a cooking class

  • Take a cooking class that offers 4 different dishes per class.
  • You’ll get a homemade welcome tea, all the ingredients, local tea, local rice wine, English instruction, rental apron, and a recipe to take home.
  • Go on a market tour to get the main ingredients and learn about the local specialties that we get from the local market, especially the seafood.
  • Make a full Korean meal under the guidance of an experienced local chef.
  • Experience food that’s really good and have the opportunity to meet other travelers in the course as well.

Try an escape game in Busan

  • Each game takes about an hour with ten minutes of explaining, and fifty minutes to play. 
  • The maximum number of players is six in one room.
  • Experience a staff who’s really friendly and fun.
  • Bring your best puzzle solvers, as the difficulty level is extremely high.
  • Nicely designed rooms add to the great experience.
  • There are multiple themed rooms to choose from.

Bring out your competitive side with a game of archery tag

  • Try a unique sport that combines elements of dodgeball or other combat-type games with the timeless skills of archery. 
  • Take aim at each other with our non-lethal arrows to score points or eliminate opposing team members. 
  • 5-Spot Knock-Out Target adds an exciting dimension to game play.
  • Bow, arrows, facemask, and bunkers are provided.
  • Enjoy quality service and professionalism so you can address any issues you may have.
  • Have  the advantage of the meeting room being setup, complete with a video screen, provided refreshments, making everything top notch.

Try luge karting in Busan

  • Experience an adventure activity in which you ride a luge kart that’s specially designed for downhill riding.
  • Go down a total of 2.4 km over 4 tracks. 
  • Luge Carts are designed to be easy and safe to use.
  • Try over 30 interesting curved sections.
  • These carts can accommodate up to 3,300 passengers per hour.
  • Learn from employees who are super patient when showing you how to use the cart.

Try a different kind of yoga in Busan, Kaizen yoga

  • Try Kaizen yoga, which is Rooted in yoga therapy, classes are organized around a central theme with progressions or regressions available for all students.
  • The instructor leads primarily in Korean with English as needed.  
  • Workshops are done with simultaneous translation from English to Korean.
  • There are mats and props available for use, also attentive instructors.
  • You’ll find classes available to all students, regardless of experience or sports background.
  • Corporate classes are available in single day events or recurring classes in a spacious studio.

Tryout bouldering from a climbing gym in Busan

  • Try bouldering from an extensive training area in a premiere climbing gym in Busan.
  • You’ll experience a good range of problems over a wide range of difficulties.
  • Experience a great rock gym for beginners. 
  • They’ll give a lot of action guidance and are very friendly to beginners.
  • Overall a nice gym with super helpful staff and adequate facilities.

Would you like to book any of these activities?

These team-building activities are available as part of our retreat package.

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