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The 4th Busan Christmas Tree Festival will take place from December 1, 2012 through January 6, 2013 around Gwangbok-no, Jung-gu. Under the general theme of Happy Busan, Christmas Busan, for seven weeks and according to seven special themes – Vision, Happiness, Family, Light of Christmas, Love, Charity, and Hope – each week, by the giant illuminated Christmas tree, a variety of events will take place around Gwangbok-no. A snow show, a variety of cheerful street performances - dances, rock band performances and magic – will attract people every night of the festival.

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The 4th Busan Christmas Tree Festival will take place from December 1, 2012 through January 6, 2013 around Gwangbok-no, Jung-gu. Under the general theme of Happy Busan, Christmas Busan, for seven weeks and according to seven special themes – Vision, Happiness, Family, Light of Christmas, Love, Charity, and Hope – each week, by the giant illuminated Christmas tree, a variety of events will take place around Gwangbok-no. A snow show, a variety of cheerful street performances – dances, rock band performances and magic – will attract people every night of the festival.

Visitors can participate at events such as a marriage proposal, Christmas tree-making, a photo zone, and various other events. To make citizens’ Christmas season more meaningful, people can participate in charity events such as rice donation, or coin collections for the needy as well. To commemorate the birth of Jesus, a birth promotion campaign and events for multicultural families and new settlers from North Korea will take place.

  • Period: December 1, 2012 ~ January 6, 2013
  • Venue: around Gwangbok-no, Jung-gu (Take exit 17 at Jungang subway station)
  • Jung-Gu Website in English: Go here
  • Event Website: http://www.bctf.kr/xe/ (Currently only in Korean)

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