Opened in October of 1999, Democracy Park was established to commemorate the history of the 4.19 Revolution, Busan and Masan Democratic Movement and the June Democratic Movement.
The 2019 Garden of Light Show begins this evening and will commemorate the ASEAN-Korea Summit and the Haeundae Light Festival in Haeundae.ae.
The Haeundae Lighting Festival returns for its sixth year bringing holiday spirit to Haeundae.
Get into the holiday spirit this year at the Busan Christmas Tree Festival in Nampo-dong.
The new Christmas tree festival in the Seomyeon area of Busanjin-gu will run from November 15 to January 5 next year.
Located along the Nakdong River, the half-million residents that call it home have plenty of things to see and do in this bustling city. Here are five reasons to give it a look if you're looking for a quick day trip out nearby.
Yonggungsa was founded in 1376 during the reign of Goryeo Dynasty of Korea.
Busan City Hall's outdoor greening plaza has been transformed into colorful autumn leaves and is used as a place where citizens can enjoy the mood of autumn.
Enjoy an afternoon stroll at one of the city's chrysanthemum exhibitions which are currently underway which feature thousands of flowers on display around the grounds.
The Busan International Fireworks Festival returns for its 15th edition with plenty to do and see beginning in the afternoon adding to the festive mood.