The City of Busan has recently been designated as an international safe community for the second consecutive time, a first among all metropolitan cities in the world.
Swedish home furnishing company, IKEA, which is due to open doors early next year, is hiring for new employees at its Dong Busan branch in Gijang-gun, Busan.
Busan city Mayor Oh Keo-don announced earlier this week the opening of express trains on subway lines number 1 and 2, which are expected to reduce travel times between the first and last stops by at least 30 minutes.
A special committee on administrative affairs for citizen-centered city development conducted a witness investigation this week at Busan City Council on the progress of the LCT and Osiria Tourism Complex development projects.
A total of 1,400 hospitals and clinics will open during the Chuseok holiday taking turns on a date determined through an organized system.
Busan City Hall will be closed during the Chuseok holidays, from Thursday, September 12 to Sunday, September 15, and reopen at 9:00 a.m. on September 16.
Busan police have filed an arrest warrant for a man in his 50s for attacking two female tourists at an underground mall of Busan station on line 1.
The city of Busan announced a set of measures for safe road conditions during the Chuseok break.
Busan city’s special judicial police discovered 11 accommodations operating without licenses around Haeundae, Gwangalli, and Gijang as well as other downtown areas.
The urban highway construction connecting Mandeok to Centum City will break ground on the 23rd.