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BUSAN, South Korea -- Busan City opened an unmanned Tourist Information Center at Gwangalli Beach on June 28 for the first time in Korea.

Busan City has been promoting the U-Tourism project since 2006 as a U-City project leading city.  The U-Tourist Information Center was established with advanced information technology from a Busan-based company. 

The Center is located at the former Suyeong Tourist Information Center in the Suyeong-gu Cultural Center (219 Gwanganhaebyeon-ro, Suyeong-gu, Busan).


The U-tourist Information Center consists of: 

U-Tourist Information

-Busan tourist information, including attractions, festivals, accommodations and restaurants
 -Phone service to tourist guides 

U-Photo Zone

 -Take a photo with a background of Busan tourist attractions

U-Observatory

Unmanned U-Tourist Information Center Opened at Gwangalli Beach


BUSAN, South Korea — Busan City opened an unmanned Tourist Information Center at Gwangalli Beach on June 28 for the first time in Korea.

Busan City has been promoting the U-Tourism project since 2006 as a U-City project leading city.  The U-Tourist Information Center was established with advanced information technology from a Busan-based company. 

The Center is located at the former Suyeong Tourist Information Center in the Suyeong-gu Cultural Center (219 Gwanganhaebyeon-ro, Suyeong-gu, Busan).


The U-tourist Information Center consists of: 

U-Tourist Information

-Busan tourist information, including attractions, festivals, accommodations and restaurants
 -Phone service to tourist guides 

U-Photo Zone

 -Take a photo with a background of Busan tourist attractions

U-Observatory

 -Aerial photograph of Busan tourist attractions and exploring the constellations

U-Multivision

 -Busan City promotional video

A touch-based interactive technology is used. 

All information in the center is provided free in four languages — Korean, English, Japanese and Chinese. The center also provides visitors a place to rest, with free Wi-Fi, tourist guide books and seats. 

Busan City has installed 42 digital information displays at 29 major tourist information centers. The city plans to expand U-tourist information centers city-wide and to continuously update tourism information to build the best tourist city in Korea. 

Source: Busan City News


 

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