• Celebrate a new year!
  • Celebrate a new year!
  • The first month of the lunar calendar holds Korea's biggest holiday and cultural events to mark the occasion. During the Lunar New Year's holidays, Korea's most celebrated season, families gather to share food and hope for good health and happiness in the year ahead. On Jeongwol Daeborum, the day of the first full moon of the lunar calendar, Koreans eat ogokbap (five-grain rice) and make wishes beneath the year's brightest moon. This issue is dedicated to Lunar New Year's and Jeongwol Daeborum돟 the traditions, the customs and all the guidance needed to help make the month of festivals ...
  • Busan Port home to the world
  • Port grows with influx of mega ships Tens of thousands of cruise ship passengers will visit Busan this year. The Costa Victoria (pictured above) is one of the many ships to have docked at Busan Port. Busan Port is surging ahead as a Northeast Asian hub for cruise ships.Beginning with the Quantum of the Seas, Royal Caribbean's 347-meter jumbo-sized cruise ship, vessels will enter the port 226 times this year. A total of roughly 450,000 tourists will visit ...
  • Tour taxi fleet primed to hit the streets
  • Access every corner of the city with the ease of a personal chauffeur. Taxi tour passengers enjoy a night view of Marine City.Taxi tours are the trend in cities around the world and they've arrived in Busan.Busan City began to operate tour taxis in January following a trial run which saw 400 such vehicles serve visitors from home and abroad. Passengers are able to experience the city's best tourist attractions and restaurants with ease, thanks to the assi...