Le Jardin, the popular French eatery in the Kyungsung/Pukyoung University area, has three winter specials on offer including mulled wine, beer and Raclette in addition to their always ever-expanding menu.
With a menu that focuses on freshest produce, enjoy seasonal and daily specials at one of the cities best eateries.
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The Mongolian consulate in Busan has moved to a larger facility in Haeundae.
After dating for five years, K-pop superstar, Rain and Korean actress Kim Tae-hee have announced that they will tie the knot. The date and venue have yet to be revealed.
Korea Post in Busan has enacted a special mail period up until the 26th because of Seollal, the Korean Lunar New Year, and recently began emergency operations.
The strongest cold wave this winter has continued to grip the Busan and Gyeongnam area.
This Friday, January 20th, at HQ Bar KSU sees the return of the monthly Ha Ha Hole, Busan’s only live English comedy show.
Legendary K-pop boy band Shinwha is performing a concert in Busan on February 11th as part of their “Unchanging” tour.
The Busan International Film Festival will begin a little later than usual this year because of the Chuseok holidays.
HQ Gwangan’s monthly open mic night is back for the January edition, but for this month only, it’s being moved to Saturday.
Costco has added its latest food offering at its food court, a new footlong Roast Beef sandwich.
The food is actually a setup for some interesting discussion and insights about the difference between North Korea and the outside world.
Officials said today, starting in April, South Korea will check information on inbound air passengers to sort out potential terrorists.
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.
In celebration of 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics G-1 anniversary, the Korea Tourism Organization and Gangwon Province are hosting a ‘K-Drama Festa in PyeongChang’ on February 18 at Pyeongchang’s Yongpyong Dome.
Infielder for the Lotte Giants Hwang Jae-gyun has decided to leave the Korean Baseball Organization to challenge the Major Leagues.
The sports ministry said that South Korea plans to spend 937.2 billion won (US$779.7 million) this year in support for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games preparations.