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Busan, Kim Hae yeonji Park
Kim Hae yeonji Park is an outdoor participation sculpture museum, opening on 14th July 2001. Everybody can touch the sc...
Haeundae beach
Some 14km northeast from the city center are Busan¡¯s beach resorts, the main one being Haeundae. It is the most popular...

Festival City,Busan

Busan is the second largest city in Korea, and there are 4 millions residents to live. Busan is oceanic climate, and harmonized   mountain, river, sea, hot spring. There is like a nature marine culture city.

Busan is a festival city including Haeundae where is a host of marine festival, the beautiful beach, Its scenic coastal areas and clean sandy beaches located near downtown areas will add joyous memories to those who visit. The Busan Sea Festival is held simultaneously at the six beaches of Busan, is composed of a wide range of artistic performances, beach concerts, and beach dance festival.

Busan is proud a major role on the world stage with its hosting of the 2002 Busan Asian Games and its participation the 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan. We expect to share the splendor of modern Busan and the energy of its residents with visitors from near and far.
Jagalchi is the largest fish market in Korea. After the Korean War in the 1950s, women played important roles in this fish market. Visitors can truly be felt the life of Busan¡¯s people in here. Jagalchi is famous throughout the country for the peculiar local accent of the Jagalchi women, fresh fish, and noisy deal making.

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