Busan Global Center is offering a mobile counseling service to try to better find solutions to problems faced by foreigners by visiting an area where many of them live. The counseling will take place at the plaza next to the main entrance to Renecite, Sasang-gu on July 19. All the consultants of the Busan Global Center Call Center will be there to provide a free counseling service, to help foreign residents by providing advice and assistance in 7 different languages involving Korean, English, Chinese, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Russian and Uzbek. Counseling on various fields will include labor issues, matters of law, overseas remittances and cellular phone subscriptions. This service was started last month, and is being provided to ease the difficulties faced by foreigners living in Korea who have no time to visit Busan Global Center due to business or other personal reasons. Around 100 foreigners visited the counseling booth last month. Any foreigners who are interested in visiting it on July 19 can get advice free of charge.
Although marked on Busan's standard tourist map, this small and quiet Buddhist temple is a perfect half-day trip within city limits.