Reserved Seating Tickets for the 15th Busan Fireworks Festival on Sale from Noon Today

The City of Busan will officially begin selling reserved seating tickets for the 15th Busan International Fireworks Festival today beginning at noon. The ticketing website is offered in the English, Japanese and Chinese languages and uses all the major payment systems.

A total of 8,300 seats, including 6,000 paid seats and 2,300 invitation seats, will be installed at the venue. The two types of paid seats (‘R’ and ‘S’) for the fireworks show will be priced at 100,000 won and 70,000 won respectively. The 1,200 ‘R’ seats come with a chair at a table and the 4,800 ‘S’ seats only come with a chair to sit on.

Group tickets for travel agencies and early bird tickets are all sold out.

A three-dimensional and dynamic fireworks show, along with special fireworks, for the successful hosting of the ASEAN-Republic of Korea Commemorative Summit in Busan (Nov. 25 – 26) will light up the night sky over Gwangalli Beach on November 2, 2019.

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