Busan’s one and only creative song festival, dubbed Hyeon-in Song Festival, will be held on August the 4th to the 6th at Songdo Beach.
To celebrate the 99th anniversary of Samiljeol, the March 1st Independence Movement Day, a variety of events will be held.
The Busan Hanbok Experience Hall run by the Busan Tourism Organization has reopened, which follows seven long months of renovation work.
The Queen’s Banquet will start its third season on June 1st in its theatre at the Haeundae Grand Hotel.
Gupo Naru (dock), a gateway for peddlers in olden times, is now home to a festival packed with programs inspired by the area's rich history.
The Busan International Performing Arts Festival will be held from the 19th to the 20th of this month.
The Busan Buddhism Association and the Jung District Office said they will hold the 2017 Lotus Lantern Cultural Festival at Gwangbok-ro for 23 days from April 22nd until May 14th.
The Busan National Gugak Center announced today that it plans to perform a total of 48 performances of 'Happy Gugak Tree ' every Saturday from February 4th until the end of the year.
For all the hoopla expats hear of the Hanbok, the traditional costume of Korea, young Korean's seem to have no interest in wearing it themselves.
The Busan National Gugak Center is hosting a Korean Shamanistic Ritual performance the next two Saturday afternoons.