On Friday, February 7, 2020, representatives of International School of Busan (ISB) and Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) signed a Memorandum of Understanding to further educational cooperation between the two institutions.
Busan city and Gijang-gun office will jointly crackdown on illegal parking for one month from today ahead of the opening of IKEA Dongbusan branch on the 13th.
Customs have caught a charcoal importer attempting to smuggle counterfeit luxury goods and cigarettes in boxes for Chinese charcoal.
Despite schools commencing for the Spring semester and upcoming Valentine’s Day, the distribution industry in Busan is struggling due to the new coronavirus scare.
Universities in South Korea are calling for the government’s guidance on how to handle more than 69,000 Chinese students who study in the country.
Here are the latest news headlines about the Coronavirus in Busan.
A 10% cashback period for local currency Dongbaek-jeon until February 29 will be extended to boost the sales of local small business owners and traditional markets that are likely to stagnate due to the recent outbreak of the new coronavirus.
Busan City announced it will take extensive measures on public transportation to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus.
Busan has become the first municipality to set foot on Antarctica and explore ways to advance into the polar sector.
The novel coronavirus scare is disrupting graduation ceremonies, freshman orientation (OT), and volunteering activities at schools all over Busan.