The Seaman’s Center will open tomorrow at Busan New Port, providing welfare facilities for both Korean and foreign sailors at the port.
The Busan Port Authority began building the center last December and completed the construction last month. The center is composed of three above ground floors with a parking lot.
The first floor features a convenience store, with restrooms and religious facilities on the second floor. Sleeping areas, shower stalls, and recreational rooms are all located on the third floor.
The port authority expects that nearly 14,000 sailors will use the center every year.
Source: Busan eFM News
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