The Busan International Financial Center will extend its Saturday public opening of the 63rd floor observatory until the end of June.
Starting from the middle of next month, it will be possible to enjoy bicycles and four-wheelers at the ecological parks around the Nakdong River.
Launched in January, Sushi University allows foreign tourists in Japan to visit sushi restaurants with greater ease and familiarity, as though going to their favorite neighborhood restaurant back home.
A recent survey showed that Jeju's Teddy Bear Museum was voted among the top 10 museums in the world for Chinese Tourists.
Singapore Air will start offering full-course Korean meals on its Seoul-Singapore route starting March 1st.
A monorail that will allow passengers to enjoy the scenery of Busan's Taejongdae will be introduced by the end of 2019.
The Busan Aquarium said it would offer a 50 percent discount on the admission ticket price to residents of Busan, Ulsan and Gyeongnam until March 4th.
The number of Japanese tourists visiting South Korea increased 23.4 percent from a year earlier to 2.30 million in 2016.
Chinatown is a diverse area of the city with ethnic foods and currency exchanges available on every corner.
Together with 12 artists from around the world have created an art gallery in the sky – transforming the tray tables on one of the airline's 767 aircraft into one-of-a-kind works of art.