Here’s a list of major events and the dates they will happen in Busan in 2019.
Three fantastic classical music concerts are taking place this month to celebrate the New Year.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Busan is temporarily closed due to preparations for a future exhibition from Wednesday, December 26, 2018 to February 2019
High on a hill near the UN Cemetery sits the National Memorial Museum of Forced Mobilization Under Japanese Occupation. Yoona Kang sat with its director, Mr. Kim Woo-lim, to discuss about the museum and its significance to Koreans.
The Busan City Hall office and all of its divisions will be closed in observance of New Year’s Day, January 1, 2019.
To welcome in the New Year, Busan is hosting its annual New Year’s Festival, a popular winter event, celebrated by both citizens of Busan, as well as tourists visiting the city.
One of the Korea's biggest traditions each year is to ring in the New Year by catching the first sunrise.
Author/poet Emily Yoon is set to headline a very special Words Only+51 on December 28th, 8 p.m., at the Home Bistro in Haeundae.
The city of Busan has released its newest video "Before Sunrise in Busan" on the Busan City Official Youtube Channel.
Here's a list of cultural events happening around the city this Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.