All seven public beaches in Busan have been opened to the public.
Haeundae, Songdo and Songjeong Beaches have been open to the public since June 1 and will remain open until September 10. Dadaepo, Ilgwang and Imrang Beaches were opened July 1 and will remain open during the summer season until August 31.
Gwangalli Beach opened July 1, a month late this season due to the Sandy Beach Restoration Project. The beach has been expanded, and a foot-washing zone, drinking fountains, showers and changing rooms have been installed for the convenience of beach-goers. Gwangalli Beach will remain open until September 10.
A large scale water entertainment facility with a capacity for up to two thousand people has been opened for children and families at Dadaepo Beach. Dadaepo Beach offers family fun with a variety of things to do and see including an ecological center, a music show entitled ‘Dadaepo Sunset Fountain of Dreams,’ marine sports, and stages for youth performances.
Ilgwang and Imrang Beaches, located in the eastern part of the city, are for those who prefer a quieter, more relaxing beach experience.
Source: Busan City News
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