With the nation’s biggest shopping and cultural event “Korea Sale’s FESTA” beginning today, Busan’s distribution industries have begun participating in an all-out competition.
Despite the struggling local economy, reports show that sales of luxury items have increased.
The Busan regional headquarters of Korea Airports Corporation says Busan Lotte Hotel has been selected as the new operator of the duty free shop in Gimhae International Airport.
Traditional markets provide an opportunity to experience a city’s culture and gain an insight into the lives of its citizens.
The City of Busan is preparing special traffic countermeasures before the opening of the Shinsegae Mall in Centum City, Haeundae-gu this Thursday.
Surprisingly, it's not Haeundae that benefits the most from foreign currency spent in the city.
Looking for a place to go and stock up the cupboards? Here's a list of places around the city to get you started. Shopping for...
Each month, hundreds of Busanites gather in bars spanning Gwangalli Beach to shop local, eat global and make the rounds.
Forty-seven traditional markets in Busan will participate in the "K-Sale Day" event to boost the Korean economy. An official from the Busan-Ulsan Small and Medium...
The Supreme Court of Korea has upheld the decision to keep large supermarkets closed twice a month.