Sample Busan specialty dish milmyeon at this cheap and cheerful restaurant. Long, thin wheat noodles are served either dry with spicy gochujang sauce (bibim milmyeon) or in a chicken or beef broth (mul milmyeon). Either way, they’re served cold, and are a surprisingly perfect counterpoint to Busan’s hot summer weather. Choryang Milmyeon is right opposite Busan Station, and although it’s often busy, table rotation is fast so you won’t have to wait long for a seat. A bowl of noodles will set you back 4,000 won (US$3.70/£2.80).