17th Busan City Mayor’s National Lawn Bowling Championship for People with Disabilities Begins Today
The city of Busan announced that the "17th Busan city mayor's National Lawn Bowling Championships for People with Disabilities" will be held for four days from the 8th until the 11th at the Sajik Lawn Bowl Field at the Busan Sports Complex.
One of the largest marine sports events of the year is set to kick off at Songjeong Beach from Friday, June 28th-30th.
The International Table Tennis Federation comes to Busan next week for an exciting four-day tournament featuring some of the world's best players.
Many Europeans at the peak of the career (Graziano Pelle, Axel Witsel, Nicolas Anelka) have moved to Asian sides, so the temptation is there.
Cristiano Ronaldo will join his Juventus teammates for an exhibition match in Seoul next month.
Haeundae Beach is putting up a big screen to watch the final World Cup U-20 match this weekend between South Korea and Ukraine.
The majority of Asian countries have long adored their sports and over recent years a huge amount of money has been poured into soccer, particularly from the Chinese Super League with big-name signings. However, that’s not the only sport on the up in the region.
As the entire nation of Canada has been gripped with excitement for this NBA Championship run, the Canadian Embassy would like to invite you to watch Game 6 live at the Canadian Embassy in Seoul on Friday, June 14 at 10 a.m.
There are four locations to experience free kayaking in Busan. The activity is organized by the Sea Explorers of Korea Busan Council to promote water sports to the public.
The Busan Regional Construction and Management Administration will hold the "2019 Nakdong River Bicycle Festival" on Saturday the 15th at 8:30 a.m.