The Busan National Gugak Center is hosting a free special Chuseok performance with traditional Korean music and dance this afternoon.
While many restaurants and stores will likely be closed on Friday, the official day of Chuseok, there are plenty of opportunities for traditional free events around the city to enjoy.
The Chuseok holidays are from September 12 through September 15 this year, so if you're looking to go out an about to local museums or tourist facilities, here are the operating hours during the holidays.
This month's Busan International Women's Association (BIWA) luncheon is next Wednesday (Sep. 18th).
The Nurimaru APEC House will be temporarily closed due to maintenance from Monday, August 5 to Tuesday, August 20, 2019.
Find out what great things are happening around Busan this week.
The Busan International Travel Movie Festa returns to the Busan Cinema Center this weekend with a variety of activities for guests.
The Busan Indie Connect Festival (BIC Fest) is a global indie game festival held annually in Busan, South Korea.
Young ICT Leaders’ Forum (YILF) 2019 will take place from September 3-6 in the smart city of Busan during KICT Innovation Week.
The Busan National Science Museum in Gijang is hosting an excellent exhibition for those who are interested in space and the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.