Haeundae Moonlight Hot Spring Festival to be Held February 15th – 17th


The 37th Haeundae Moonlight Hot Spring Festival will be held at Haeundae Beach on February 15th through the 17th.

The festival will be hosted by the Haeundae Regional Development Committee and sponsored by the city of Busan and Haeundae-gu. The festival has now grown to be Busan’s most popular full moon festival, attracting tens of thousands of visitors.

A variety of events will accompany the festival, including a folk game competition, a food market, a folk game experience venue, gil-nori, burning Daljip, and Gang-gang-sool-rae.

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