Public facilities around the city that have been temporarily closed will begin to open in phases from today.
The Busan Meteorological Administration announced that the average temperature in the city was 11.8'C, the fifth-lowest on record since 1973.
With cashback funds for the local currency Dongbaekjeon running dry, its cashback rate will change to 6% with a monthly limit of 500 thousand won starting from May 1st.
A 40-year-old Pakistani man has tested positive for coronavirus, bringing the number of confirmed cases to 135 in Busan.
There was a notable decrease in the spread of COVID-19 in Busan in April since the city reported its first confirmed patient on February 21st.
A man in his 40s was found dead in the breakwater in Marine City yesterday afternoon.
The Busan Metropolitan Police Agency will step up traffic management during the long period of holidays starting today.
The Busan Metropolitan City Office of Education organized special joint inspection teams with the city government and related bodies to recommend private academies to remain closed until May 4th and check on those that have reopened.
The first official report on a systematic investigation into damages incurred from the Brothers Home incident has been released.
American Darcy W. Paque, has been appointed as an honorary citizen of Busan Metropolitan City in recognition of his contributions in promoting Busan as a mecca of film education in Asia.