The Busan International Finance Center – the highest building in Busan – located in Munhyeon-dong, Nam-gu, will open the top floor (63rd floor) to the public again for 20 weeks, every Saturday from November 21.
From the 63rd floor, visitors will be given a clear, unobscured view of the entire city, from Nam-gu and Dong-gu to Busanjin-gu, Suyeong-gu and Yeonje-gu. People will also be able to enjoy views of Mt. Hwangnyeong, Mt. Baekyang and Gwangandaegyo Bridge.
The 289 meter high BFIC is the second highest business building in Korea. Public financial enterprises including the Korea Exchange, Korea Asset Management Corporation and Korea Securities Depository, Korea Housing Finance Corporation and Korea Southern Power are located in the building.
The floor will be open to the public from 11:00 a.m. to 6 p.m. and visitors must show their identification on the 1st floor.
How to get to the BFIC:
10 minute walk from Beomnaegol Station Exit 4, Metro Line 1.
Metro Line 2, Busan Int’l Finance Center·Busan Bank Station (Station is connected to BIFC by an underground walkway)
Telephone: BIFC AMC (BIFC management Company) (051) 955-5114
Source: Busan City News
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