The Busan Metropolitan Police Agency yesterday that since a system for senior citizens to return driver’s licenses started last July, 5,280 people voluntarily returned his or her license, last year alone.
Marking the 5th anniversary of the sinking of the Sewol ferry, Busan will hold a number of commemorative ceremonies and events to remember the ferry sinking victims and to enhance public awareness of maritime safety.
The city of Busan has conducted a survey on whether domestic pets should be allowed in public kids’ playgrounds last month through an online-forum ‘Citizen discussion ON AIR’.
The city of Busan has formed a council to represent the voice of foreign residents living in Busan.
Construction of Busan Station's new square didn't go exactly as planned as there is no square due to administrative problems.
Police said today that a 39-year-old man is receiving treatment at a hospital after a dog bit his genitals at an apartment complex in Busan.
James Grundy, a Korean War British veteran, will give a special lecture about his experiences of serving in a recovery unit during the war on Monday, April 15 at 2:00 p.m. at Chungnyeolsa Education Center.
According to Ulsan Coast Guards, a woman in her 60s was found dead on the waters off of Daebyeon port in Gijang yesterday morning.
The city of Busan said yesterday that it will strengthen the watch on mosquitoes carrying the disease Japanese encephalitis which are also referred to as small red house mosquitoes in Korean.
WeWork, a company that provides shared workspaces for technology startups and services for entrepreneurs, freelancers, and small businesses, has opened in Seomyeon.