Guryongpo Port, located on the way from Pohang Homigot to Gampo, is a place that took the shape of a port when a pier and a breakwater were built in 1923 during the Japanese colonial period. Currently, it has facilities of about 600 meters of the northern breakwater, 400 meters of the southern breakwater, and 600 meters of a wharf and has a loading capacity of 334,000 tons. Guryongpo Modern Culture and History Street is nearby, where you can see traditional Japanese houses. Guryongpo Market is also nearby, so you can enjoy the friendly atmosphere of the local market and delicious food. Many places are selling half-dried saury, a local specialty, and it is known as the nation's largest producer of snow crabs, so you can enjoy good quality half-dried saury and fresh snow crabs.