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Night Culture Alive in Gwangan

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No vehicles will be allowed along the Gwangalli Beach Road on Saturdays and Sundays between 9 p.m. and 1 a.m. in July and August while the summer season is in full swing.

The 750-meter vehicle-free and pedestrian-only section stretches from the Eonyang three-way junction to the Meeting Square.

To help the local commercial area around Gwangalli and attract tourists through various cultural events, the car-free zone has been in place on Saturday and Sunday evenings during July and August since 2007.

A number of free events, including live music, dances, magic shows, plays, performances, an art market, and participatory events will be held on the car-free stretch of road until the end of August.

In addition, Korean and foreign tourists can enjoy various events at Gwangalli Beach during the Busan Sea Festival from August 1st-7th.

The car-free zone and related events may be cancelled due to inclement weather.

For more information, please contact Suyeong-gu District at (051) 610-4049.

Source: Busan City News

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