Gyeongnam Province has announced its list of "17 Winter Destinations" to visit in 2020.
To watch the sunrise on New Year’s day, the upper level of Gwangan Bridge will be open to all visitors from 6:30 a.m. – 9 a.m. on January 1, 2020.
One of the most beautiful places to see the sunrise on New Year's around the country, Ulsan's Ganjeolgot Sunrise Festival is set to take place this Tuesday night.
Haeundae Beach is set to once again welcome thousands of citizens to bid adieu to 2019 and welcome in the Year of the Rat.
If you live in the Haeundae area, these two terminals can save you the tragic fate of trekking to Sasang or Nopo.
The 5th Gadeokdo Cod Festival Runs this weekend at Daehang Village and Daehang port in Gangseo-gu.
You do not need to venture too far afield to find a temple stay program to suit your needs and interests.
Busan Citizen's Park will be illuminated with lights at night until the end of January.
The ‘Dadaepo Sunset Fountain of Dreams’ music shows have been running from April to October, but during the winter season, the area will be transformed using illuminated art installations and a light tunnel.
Opened in October of 1999, Democracy Park was established to commemorate the history of the 4.19 Revolution, Busan and Masan Democratic Movement and the June Democratic Movement.