Busan City Hall and government offices will be closed during the Lunar New Year holidays, from Friday, January 24 to Monday, January 27.
Busan city announced it will enforce special transportation measures for four days from the 24th for locals and visitors during the Lunar New Year holidays.
With the first confirmed domestic case of the new China coronavirus on Monday, Gimhae International Airport has also been on quarantine alert as it has many flights from China.
The Busan Police Agency says that it is highly likely that some family members will abuse their family members with domestic violence during the Lunar New Year holidays.
A recent survey showed companies in Busan will take an average of 3.8 days off for the Lunar New Year holidays.
Gijang-gun office is scurrying to come up with appropriate traffic measures ahead of the opening of IKEA’s Dongbusan Branch in Ilkwang New town next month.
A total of 1,400 hospitals and clinics will open during the Chuseok holiday taking turns on a date determined through an organized system.
The city of Busan city has nearly completed creating Ssamji-forests by using 1.6 billion won it collected from 10 tolling stations during the lunar New Year holiday last year.
The Busan taxi industry is opposing the establishment of ‘Buxi’ in the port city which provides services to customers using rental cars.
Busan's long-time dream project, National Road 58, connecting Gadeok Bridge to Songjeong IC Overpass, has received the green light.