Cultural Facilities to Temporarily Close Due to COVID-19 Fears

Some of the city’s most popular cultural attractions will be temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

The city of Busan sent out an emergency letter yesterday asking for cultural facilities to close from yesterday.

Affected attractions include the Busan Museum of Contemporary Art and the Busan Museum of Art.

The museums will be closed until further notice.

Libraries, sports facilities, PC Rooms, and shuttle buses were also mentioned as places to avoid for the time being by the government.

Full List of Closures

The Busan Museum (including Bokcheon Museum, Modern History Museum, Provisional Capital Memorial Hall, Dongsam-dong Shell Midden Museum, Jeonggwan Museum and Busan Citizens Park Museum)

Busan Museum of Art

Museum of Contemporary Art Busan

Busan Marine Natural History Museum and Busan Fishing Village Folk Museum

Busan Sports Complex (Asiad Main Stadium, Indoor Swimming Pool, Indoor Gymnasium)

Gijang Gymnasium

Gudeok Sports Complex

Busan Yachting Center

Gangseo Sports Park

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