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Busan Food Film Festa

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Busan Food Film Festa is a festival where you can enjoy various food-related content that features “Film” and “Food”. In this festa, you can enjoy various films that screening on different sessions and sharing your thoughts of food stories in movies with experts. Besides that, you can also have fun with several outdoor events included potluck table, craft beer zone, food truck zone, and flea market. Curious about food in movies? Want to try and taste Busan’s local dishes? Don’t miss out on this unique film festa! Come to Busan Food Film Festival and enjoy movies delectably!
Busan > Haeundae-gu

In October, Busan becomes a cinema paradise with the Busan International Film Festival.

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In October, Busan becomes the center of the film industry as it holds the Busan International Film Festival. As Asia’s major international film festival, the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) is held at the Busan Cinema Center of the Centum City and in the BIFF Square in Nampo-dong. The Busan Cinema Center, which is the Centum City’s main event hall, is the BIFF’s neat and splendid main cinema building that is accessible to the public. Moreover, the Community BIFF program is held by the citizens and people in the film industry at BIFF Square in Nampo-dong. This program was inspired by the early days of the BIFF when the public and people in film gathered in a friendly atmosphere over a drink after a film’s screening.
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Busan One Asia Festival, the world’s best K-pop concert

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K-pop is now a global phenomenon, rather than just a local trend. However, it is still not easy to attend a K-pop concert in Busan, especially at the Busan One Asia Festival (BOF). BOF is a venue in Busan where world-class K-pop stars gather. It is a party where everyone can enjoy exciting Korean music performed by famous Korean singers in the beautiful autumn evening.
Busan > Buk-gu

The beautiful harmony in the night sky of Busan, Busan Fireworks Festival

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Autumn in Busan blooms with colorful lights. Gwangalli Beach and any spot overlooking the Gwangalli Ocean in Busan is crowded. People’s eyes are gathered on the ocean and the night sky lit up with fireworks. It’s the time for the Busan Fireworks Festival! The shining Gwangandaegyo Bridge begins coming into view. As the Gwangan Bridge gets closer, it becomes so crowded you can’t even find a gap to set your foot in. However, the people seem bright like the fireworks they’re waiting for, and you enjoy feeling the chilly sea breeze on this pleasant autumn night. What items can you prepare to make your Busan Fireworks Festival experience more enjoyable? Above all, you should pay attention to warmth. It’s warm during the day but very windy and cold in the sea area in the autumn night. So it’s a good idea to wear a warm coat and take a blanket even if you feel a bit hot when you go out. During the festival, Gwangalli is crowded, and it’s not easy to get back to where you were sitting once the fireworks start. So make sure you have something to eat and drink while enjoying the festival, and make a pit stop before you sit down. Go the fireworks place early, and share food with people to enjoy the festival together. It may take longer to wait, but you’ll soon forget it with the joyous festival atmosphere and more and more people gathering around.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

A midsummer night’s passion soaked in music! Busan International Rock Festival

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In the middle of summer, when it’s scorching hot, more and more people gather in a quiet and spacious park called Samnak Eco Park. Suddenly, the front of the grand stage is crowded with excited people. Powerful beats, intense sounds, and vigorous vocals resonate throughout the park, heating the atmosphere. People are stomping along with the rhythm of selections played by music bands. The sound of footsteps also acts as another instrument, causing the atmosphere to reach its zenith. This is one of the scenes of the Busan International Rock Festival in July, in which your body moves with the music.
Busan > Sasang-gu

Into the sea of festivals

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The blazing sun, cool ocean, golden beach, brilliant neon sign, and exciting music! Enjoy all of these at the Busan Sea Festival, Busan’s best summer festival.
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Learn all about the ocean at the Busan Port Festival

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Under the concept of a port festival, the Busan Port Festival is held in Busan during May for people to learn about the ocean and port and try out various experience-based programs. During the opening ceremony, a firework festival creates a magnificent view for over 20 min. Visitors can also ride the naval ship or cruise to enjoy a tour of Busanhang Port. Diverse programs that are highly popular with visitors include the large ship opening event, walk with family, stamp tour, and various maritime leisure programs. **The event has been temporarily postponed because of COVID-19.
Busan > Dong-gu

Dongnaeeupseong History Festival, a reenactment of the historical day on Dongnae Hill

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October is the month of festivals. Busan holds numerous festivals, and the Dongnaeeupseong History Festival, held in autumn, has been established as Dongnae’s major festival with over 20 years of history as its theme.
Busan > Dongnae-gu

Aren’t you curious about what Eobang is? Then visit the Gwangalli Yellowtail Festival

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Each April, the Gwangalli Yellowtail Festival is held against the background of Gwangandaegyo Bridge to succeed in the tradition of “Eobang,” or fishers’ cooperative organization. As thousands of people watch, the Naval Force Commander of the Gyeongsangjwa-do Parade announces the opening of the festival and the Jwasuyeong Eobang Nori, which is a play by fishers before heading out to fish to heighten the excitement. People gather to watch the guards changing ceremony at the newly reconstructed Suyeongseong Fortress. Participants who have succeeded in catching fish with their bare hands embody the excitement and fun of the festival. ** Festival Cancellation Notice ** This is to inform you that Gwangalli Yellowtail Festival has been canceled to prevent the spread of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). (A separate notice will be provided when the festival resumes.)
Busan > Suyeong-gu

Busan Jagalchi Festival is full of various tastes and entertainment programs, offering the full experience

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The Busan Jagalchi Festival is held every October in front of Busan’s sea. For about four days at the Jagalchi Market, a representative fish market in Busan, this festival offers fresh seafood products from generous merchants in Busan.
Busan > Jung-gu

The scent of art filling the air of the Dadaepo Sea—the Sea Art Festival!

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Dadaepo Beach is known for preserving its natural beauty. In the ocean, artworks blend in as if they are part of nature. Moreover, pictures of the Sea Art Festival exhibit harmony between people and nature. Fall into the scent of art through the vast Dadaepo Sea. As you walk along the lush green Dadaepo Beach Park with the breathtaking scent of the sea, you will encounter the stretch of Dadaepo Beach. The sight of little sculptures hanging on the tree signals the start of the Sea Art Festival.
Busan > Saha-gu

Haeundae Lighting Festival filling the night sea of Haeundae with romance

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The lighting festival transforms the cold winter street into a romantic world that even seems to warm up the cold season. Why not jump into the romantic world of the Haeundae Lighting Festival, which fills the night sea of Haeundae with beautiful lights?
Busan > Haeundae-gu

Busan Christmas Tree Cultural Festival, the feast of Christmas tree lighting

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Busan Christmas Tree Cultural Festival is where Gwangbok-ro is embellished with different sizes and shapes of Christmas tree lights. People visit Nampo-dong to enjoy the magnificent festival that warms up the cold winter every night with beautiful songs and spectacular performances.
Busan > Jung-gu

Nakdonggang Gupo Naru Festival, romantic memories of Gupo Quay

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During the refreshing atmosphere in spring, the gentle river breeze carries the bustling sounds of Gupo Quay.
Busan > Buk-gu

Busan Nakdong River Yuchae (Canola) Flower Festival, the Bright Yellow Enticement of Spring

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Filled with the fragrance of canola flowers, the Daejeo Eco Park is teeming with visitors looking to relax among the canola flowers during the Busan Nakdong River Yuchae (Canola) Flower Festival.
Busan > Gangseo-gu

An artistic transformation of sand at the Haeundae Sand Festival

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A sand sculpture made by world-renowned artists is built on the sandy beach of Haeundae. The Haeundae Sand Festival creates a vast outdoor museum in a new exhibition theme each year to present an unforgettable beach experience to visitors. Awesome sand art appeals its charm against the background of the beautiful ocean of Haeundae, and the surrounding deck helps people move comfortably without worrying about getting stuck in the sand, as well as other operations parade, flea market, and various experience-based programs, including sandboard and sand treasure hunt. **The 2020 Haeundae Sand Festival was canceled because of COVID-19
Busan > Haeundae-gu

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