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Pusan

Pusan - description of the city:

Pusan, South Korea is a city that is stationed at Korea’s southeast tip; it is the capital of the province of Sоuth Gyeongsаng. As South Korea’s second largest city, it has achieved the status of a metropolitan city. Pusan fulfills a major role in South Korea’s transportation system, seeing as it serves as a hub of multiple systems such as an airport, a bus system, a subway, and boats that travel to various ports. It is the nation’s largest center for maritime transit.

The city exhibits a humid subtropical climate, if not a slightly cooler version of that, since it is rare to see particularly high or low temperatures here. From May to July, the city experiences cool weather, whereas in around Аugust and Septembеr, hotter temperatures are recorded. Milder temperatures are enjoyed by Pusan’s residents in October and November; by far the months with the most pleasant of weather varieties experienced in this city.

In this city, commercial areas are fairly widespread among industrial or educational zones. The fact that this city is considered a metropolitan area explains the urban buzz here. Multiple businesses and corporations thrive here in a myriad of fields. Universities and educational centers are common in this city as well.

Aside from the heavy corporate presence here, Pusan also is home to multiple beaches, parks, and other tourist highlights. The combination of metropolitan districts and attractions reels in a lot of newcomers. In addition to this, the city also holds many historical and heritage sites, as well as museums. All-in-all, the vast combination of places of interest in the city of Pusan makes it a city which holds much potential to any who choose to visit within its borders.

Country South Korea
International title Pusan
Population 3,678,555 people
Timezone Asia/Seoul
State Busan
Geographic coordinates Latitude: 35.10278 x Longitude: 129.04028

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Places to visit in Pusan
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The main attractions of Pusan
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Walks across Pusan
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Pusan Photogallery
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Visiting Pusan
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Sights of Pusan
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A tour about Pusan
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Places to visit in Pusan

  • Beomeosa
  • Jagalchi Market
  • Busan Tower
  • Busan Aquarium
  • Yongdusan Park
  • Haeundae
  • Busan Lotte World Tower
  • Busan Museum of Art
  • Busan Museum
  • BEXCO

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