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The recent heatwave in Korea may be just a taste of things to come as the Korean Meteorological Association has predicted a hot summer on the peninsula.
Local residents and visitors can enjoy a night swim at Haeundae Beach starting in July.
A ring involved in production and distribution of Korean language versions of a Japanese child abuse online game have been arrested.
The 5th Arab Film Festival gets underway at the Busan Cinema Center from May 26th through June 1st.
Busan’s first, best, and only open mic comedy night returns tonight for its May edition at HQ Bar in KSU.
The 17th Busan International Rock Festival has announced its first of three lineups for their annual summer event.
For an unreal ocean view, consider the expansive Haeparang Trail — a 770-kilometer-long trekking course along the eastern coastline of Korea.
The surrounding area of the Busan train station might soon be a non-smoking area.
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.
The onslaught of summer heat is near and its the perfect time to seek out shade at one of the city’s open air cafes.
The Busan Jung-gu Office has banned drinking in areas near Jagalchi Market to prevent accidents.
Busan City has announced the dates of operation for the seven public beaches during the summer in Busan.
The number of foreign tourists who visited Busan in the first quarter has increased by almost 30 percent compared to last year.
The number of bicycle-related accidents in the city is increasing, possibly due to the shared sidewalks between bicycles and pedestrians.
The 2016 IRONMAN 70.3 Busan will allow team participation this year according the event’s public relations agency.