Japan will join in this year’s edition of the Busan International Fireworks Festival.
The city of Busan has announced that in the middle of an hour long fireworks festival held nearby Gwangan Bridge and Gwangalli Beach on October 24, a five-minute fireworks show will be held on the coast of Tsushima Island.
Worldly renowned Japanese fireworks technicians will visit the Busan International Fireworks Festival for the first time to put on their own showing at the event.
Source: Busan eFM News
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