Busan Plans Huge Clean-up Ahead of November’s Korea-ASEAN Summit

The City of Busan announced it will clean up the urban areas ahead of the ASEAN-Korea Commemorative Summit set to take place in November.

The city will use the 8 billion won special budget it secured from the central government to manage the roads and the environment around the airport as well as areas in Haeundae-gu, Suyeong-gu and Gangseo-gu.

Busan Mayor Oh Keo-don said that the city office will make thorough preparations to show the world that Busan is safe and clean.

The Commemorative Summit will take place from November 25th to the 27th where some 10,000 people are expected to attend including world leaders, officials, business people, and journalists.

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