Busan Global Center which aims to support foreigners and provide room for exchanges between locals and foreigners was formally opened on May 20. The BFIA offers various services including counseling in many languages, information about living in Korea, the World Culture Class and educational and cultural programs.
The ceremony took place at Busan Global Center on the 13th floor of the National Pension Service building. Mayor Hur Nam-sik and consuls and officials from a number of countries, as well as foreign students, attended the event and witnessed the sign unveiling and tape-cutting ceremony. Busan Global Center will now focus on improving its services and promoting the activities of foreigners living here in Busan, aiding with communication and exchanges between locals and foreigners