Busan City is holding the “2017 Winter Travel Season Program – Morak Morak Busan Winter Story”, where tourists can enjoy eateries at traditional markets and hot springs in Busan through January 30.
The Busan International Finance Center – the highest building in Busan – located in Munhyeon-dong, Nam-gu, will open the top floor (63rd floor) to the public again every Saturday until the end of next month.
Every gu and gun in Busan will hold New Year’s Sunrise Festivals starting around 6:30 a.m. on January 1, 2017, at the following locations.
Haeundae-gu is looking to buck the trend of other beaches next year by eliminating most tourist facilities from the beach.
Ulsan's New Year's Day sunrise festival has been canceled this year due to the avian influenza outbreak.
Busan has transformed itself into a winter wonderland with lighting festivals around the city to boost up citizen's holiday spirits.
Founded in 678, the temple offers a unique view into the life of Korea’s Buddhist Monks.
Busan has a ton of great attractions to meet your tourist needs. Dynamic Busan Magazine introduces a few great places to get you started.
Dadaepo Beach Park in Saha-gu, Busan has won the 8th Korean Landscape Architectural Award from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport in the green park category.
Busan is full of beautiful sites to see around the city. Here's five of the best places to check out during your visit.