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Busan, South Korea Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 19
Total Sleeping Rooms 4,705
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 729
Committable Meeting Rooms* 11
Convention Center Space 92,761 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 285,118 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 52,111 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate KRW 240,018
Average Daily Meal Cost KRW 129,795
Average Weekly Car Rental KRW 846,347
*Maximum for a single hotel

Busan, South Korea Things to Do and Attractions

Beomeosa Temple

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On the northern part of the Geumjong-gu district at the edge of Mount Geumjeongsan lies Beomeosa Temple. This beautiful Buddhist respite was originally constructed 1,300 years ago under the guidance of monk Ui Sang. Although the original temple was

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Busan Modern History Museum

Housed in a building that was formerly the Oriental Development Company during the Japanese occupation, the Busan Modern History Museum strives to educate visitors on the diverse developments of the port city. Recent exhibitions include Busan After

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Busan Museum

Since first opening in 1978, the Busan Museum continues to bring its organizational mission to the masses by preserving and promoting the history of Busan and other world cultures. In 2002, the museum underwent a major expansion, creating a more

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Haeundae Beach

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A major commercial and recreational district situated on the eastern part of Busan, Haeundae Beach boasts nearly seven miles of coastline between east and west and nearly seven miles between north and south. Good times are guaranteed at the beach,

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Korea Art Gallery

Located on Dalmaji Hill, the Korea Art Gallery is quickly becoming one of the most popular contemporary art institutions in Busan. Founded in 1999, the gallery contains four floors of exhibition space and lives up to its mission of exposing and

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Busan City Bus Tour

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The Busan City Bus Tour offers visitors a leisurely way to learn more about the 2nd largest metropolis in Korea. The exploration begins at the Busan Station, where groups board the bus that will travel to such key attractions as the Busan Museum,

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Busan Cultural Center

Home to the Busan Philharmonic Orchestra, Busan Metropolitan Dance Company, Busan Metropolitan Chorus, Busan Metropolitan Theatre Company and other arts organizations, the Busan Cultural Center has top billing when it comes to staging world-class

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Covea Cruise's Tiffany 21

Combining business with pleasure is a possibility aboard the Tiffany 21, an elegant cruise ship that caters to the meetings, conventions and special events market. While onboard, passengers can enjoy a unique vantage point of Busan from the water

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Gukje Market

Shopping central is located in downtown Busan on the streets that surround the busy Gukje Market district. The historic retail area has survived and thrived through the years, enduring first the liberation of Korea and then the Korean War. Today,

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Jagalchi Market

As Korea's largest seafood market, the Jagalchi Market is famous throughout the country for its astounding array of fresh fish. Vendors, mainly women, can be found selling everything from dried fish to shellfish, mackerel to sea squirts to whale meat

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MURPII

Busan's hot spot for youth, music and energy is MURPII. Located in the Novotel Ambassador Hotel, the club features DJs, a large dance floor, popular live music acts and private karaoke rooms where friends can let loose and channel their inner

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Nampo-dong Street

Host to the celebrated Pusan International Film Festival, this lively district lives up to its reputation as one of the city's most exciting boroughs. Much like Hollywood's Walk of Fame, the sidewalks along Nampo-dong Street are lined with copper

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Starface

Whether dancing or socializing, Starface provides the perfect casual space for enjoying a night out in Busan's Haeundae neighborhood. This friendly neighborhood bar features drink specials, live music acts and pool tables amidst a comfortable setting

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Vinyl Underground

One of Busan's longest-running clubs is Vinyl Underground. With its high ceilings, funky rhythms and popular dance floor, Vinyl Underground has proven to be the standard bearer for Busan nightlife and remains popular with locals and visitors alike.

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Cappadocia

For a little taste of Turkey in the heart of Busan, visitors can head over to Cappadocia. After opening its doors in 2006, this trendy eatery has become increasingly popular with locals and tourists alike. Guests dine on a fusion of both Asian and

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Coca Suki

With several locations across Asia, Coca Suki caters to those craving a taste of Thailand. The quintessential Thai restaurant in Busan, Coca Suki has been serving up its delectable specialties for 50 years. Its dish du jour is called the Shabu Shabu,

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Kaya

Situated inside the luxurious Paradise Hotel Busan, the trendy restaurant Kaya specializes in Korean cuisine. Menu highlights include popular fare, such as Bulgolgi, Galbi, Bibimbap and of course the country's signature creation Kimchi. The chef's

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Morning Calm

Located in Haeundae Beach in a three-story log cabin, Morning Calm is a restaurant known for its savory steak and seafood selections, such as lobster, tenderloin steak and grilled prawns. Discerning guests will find the plates pleasing to the palate

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Sakae

Another dining destination at the Paradise Hotel Busan is Sakae, a fine choice for those craving fresh sushi and other Japanese specialties. Recently opened with a new, creative interior and improved menu, Sakae boasts a sleek look accented by cream

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Bokcheon-dong Museum

Families and archeology enthusiasts will appreciate spending time at the Bokcheon-dong Museum, where remarkable excavation finds from the tombs of Bokcheon-dong are on display. From earthernware to armor to accessories, the burial findings are

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Busan Aquarium

Situated on Haeundae Beach, the Busan Aquarium is an aquatic fantasy come true with its kaleidoscope of marine life and other colorful creatures on view. Among the 35,000 animals that consider the aquarium home are sharks, piranhas, penguins, sea

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Busan Golf

Golfers of all levels can spend time practicing their game at a number of courses throughout Busan. The Asiad Country Club, featuring the Lake Course, Pine Course and Valley Course, is one of the most popular and famous places for play. Each is a

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Oryukdo Islets

The scenic beauty of the Oryukdo Islets looks different depending on the level of the tide. The name of the striking rock formations explains it all, with Oryukdo, meaning "five or six islands," a reference to the number of islands that appear at any

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Yongdusan Park

A relaxing respite for the people of Busan, Yongdusan Park is a 69,000-square-meter breath of fresh air in the city. In addition to the beautiful collection of 70 different types of trees, the park's most notable attraction is the 120-meter-high

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