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BUSAN, South Korea -- Busan City has announced that it will provide a total of four city tours to foreign students currently studying in Busan, starting from Saturday, November 17, 2012. The tours this year will be on November 17 (Sat), 18 (Sun), 24 (Sat) and 25 (Sun). These weekend tours will prevent any interruption of students' academic schedules.

The city will offer two different options, as follows:

Option 1: Busan Cinema Center ? Nurimaru APEC House ? Haeundae Beach ? Bokcheon Museum ? Beomeosa Temple

Option 2: Nakdong Estuary Eco Center ? Mt. Amisan Observatory ? Songdo Beach ? National Maritime Museum ? Yongdusan Park 

The tours are held every year and are designed to give participants the chance to experience various aspects of Busan's history and culture and to promote Busan's city brand around the world.

City Tours for Foreign University Students in Busan


BUSAN, South Korea — Busan City has announced that it will provide a total of four city tours to foreign students currently studying in Busan, starting from Saturday, November 17, 2012. The tours this year will be on November 17 (Sat), 18 (Sun), 24 (Sat) and 25 (Sun). These weekend tours will prevent any interruption of students’ academic schedules.

The city will offer two different options, as follows:

Option 1: Busan Cinema Center ? Nurimaru APEC House ? Haeundae Beach ? Bokcheon Museum ? Beomeosa Temple

Option 2: Nakdong Estuary Eco Center ? Mt. Amisan Observatory ? Songdo Beach ? National Maritime Museum ? Yongdusan Park 

The tours are held every year and are designed to give participants the chance to experience various aspects of Busan’s history and culture and to promote Busan’s city brand around the world.

A public official and interpretation volunteers will be assigned to each tour bus to provide interpretation and guide services to ensure a pleasant trip for the foreign students.

For more information, please contact the Municipal Administration Division at 051) 888-2628.

Source: Busan City News


 

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