Haps Weekend Picks August 31, September 1,2
It's hard to believe but September is here once again, and the Haps picks of the weekend are here to guide you to the best things going on around the city.
BUSAN, South Korea -- After a week of typhoons, wind and rain, we're sure everyone is happy to see that the sun is back out and plans to stay for the weekend.
This weekend has plenty to offer everyone: comedy, great music, baseball and tea!
You can check out the Haps Calendar for everything going on around the area. Enjoy!
Live Music @ The Wolfhound - African. American. ends August's run of the Woflhound's weekly acoustic sets this month, and the "pour your own doubles" are on tap as well at Busan's favorite Irish pub. Friday, 10 p.m., The Wolfhound, Haeundae.
Busan Rocks @ Soultrane - Eight of Busan's best bands take the stage with plenty of drink specials and after party DJs to spin you through the night. Friday, 8 p.m., Soultrane, PNU.
Stoplight Party @ Blue Monkey - Spice up your love life as the Blue Monkey Bar is hosting a stoplight party letting others know of your relationship status without having to go through the usual question protocol. Drink specials available. Friday, 8 p.m. - late, Blue Monkey, Kyungsung University.
Ha Ha Hole @ Beached - Canadian comedian Kerry Unger hits Busan for a night of great comedy at the beach. He has slayed crowds on the stand-up circuit all over North America and will be bringing his unique brand of humor to Busan for one night only. Friday, 10 p.m., Beached, Gwangalli Beach.
Lotte vs. LG - The LG Twins hit Sajik Stadium this weekend for a three-game series against the local favorite Lotte Giants in KBO action. Friday - Sunday, 5 p.m, Sajik Stadium, Sajik-dong.
Moontan Road Walking Event - Walk along the Moontan Road and enjoy some meditation, a musical performance and other entertainment. Moontan, a play on the word suntan, centers on the idea of absorbing the moon's energy. Saturday, 5:30 p.m., Dalmaji Hill, Haeundae.
Eastwood/Spielberg Movie Festival @ Busan Cinema Center - The BCC is screening movies from the two legends with some great flicks scheduled all weekend. Through September 6, 11 a.m. - evening, Busan Cinema Center, Centum City.
Busan International Tea Festival @ Busan Cultural Center - This festival aims to let people know about Korea's indigenous tea culture. It is also an event where people can share the cultural meaning of tea with specialists in the field. Through Sunday, Busan Cultural Center.
Friday - Partly Sunny; 26'C/79 'F
Saturday - Partly Sunny; 29'C/84'F
Sunday - Clear and Sunny; 29'C/84'F
Don't see your event listed? Well, ya didn't put it on the calendar. Go, now, put it up on the calendar! ^^
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