Busan City to Rename Some of its Parks

The city of Busan has decided to rename some of its parks to make the park names easier for citizens to remember and refer to.

The city of Busan said that it would carry out a survey to see which city park names need to be renamed.

There are more than 1,000 city parks in Busan and 465 of these parks have been named during administrative stages to increase convenience for government tasks.

According to a Busan city official, the city will rename each park so that it appropriately reflects the park’s characteristics and identity.

The official added that the names will also be easy to say and recall.

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