In Busan, there are Myeongi-dong Toseong, Tanggong-dong Toseong, Goryeo Toseong and Chuang-gong, and Toseong in the castle classification.
The planar forms of Mt. Myeongdong, Georgi Toseong, Tanggongdong, Toseong, and Gulangdong in Busan are classified into formulations and ellipses.
Among the Toseong in Pusan area, Goo-eup is built on a flat or gentle hilly area. As shown in the Doctrine of Toseong, Gyangjang Acid, Myeongyidong Toseong, and Deacidification, it shows complementary relationship with the characteristic of strong acidity and evapotranspiration in the rear.
A common feature that appears in the construction method of Toseong in Pusan area is that it is constructed as a basement of stonemasoned stonework with stone base.
At this time, the gypsum used in the base was three long rectangular stones, which are longer than the thickness, and it is confirmed in Toseong in Busan area as well as in other gypsum in Gyeongnam area.
In Mt. Toseong, Mt. Moon, Toseong, Gongryeong, and Toseong, which are estimated to be plainsolite in Toseong in Pusan area, it seems to have been added or subtracted based on the interval of 400m. However, in the case of Gulang-gil, Baeksan-ri and Toseong, which are considered to have played a role of Boru, 50 ～ 60% of the total width of Toseong is 550cm, 520cm and 450cm respectively. As a result, the width of the existing athletic body decreases.
"Nephrology Dongguk Ryuji Seungam" The Busan area is the only place where pylons and tiles are mixed in the Gyeongsang area. Therefore, it can be identified as a distinctive building pattern of Toseong in Busan area with time and locality.