• Pick and choose from Busan’s unique festivals
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  • City bustles with exotic events such as the Sand Festival and Busan Port Festival. Join any of these and fall for the charms of Korea’s oceanic city.A wide range of events will unfold in the mountains, on beaches and more, including Haeundae Beach, Korea National Maritime Museum and the Nakdong River.>> Related stories on pages 4-5
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  • Three local landmarks were included in Korea’s 100 must-visit places The city’s iconic Haeundae Beach has made it into Korea’s 100 must-visit places. Pictured above are foreigners basking in the sun and playing with a ball in Haeundae Beach.Haeundae, Taejongdae and Gamcheon Culture Village have made it into Korea’s top 100 hot tourism spots.The Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism (MCST) and the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) came up with the 10...
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  • Busan is emerging as a transfer tourism destination. Since last September, when the no-visa transfer system was expanded, more and more Chinese group tourists have been choosing a layover at Gimhae Airport. The trend is a boon to local tourism.Under the system, group tourists from China can enter Korea with no visa when heading to Jeju Island and are given five days to travel to Busan, Ulsan and other nearby areas before finally getting to Korea’s bigges...