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The Full Story

About Busan 

Busan is the second largest city and number one trading hub in Korea.
Since opening Korea's first international port in 1876, the city has become a hub of trade, commerce, and industry. Global events, including the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference, Busan International Film Festival, Busan International Fireworks Festival, and various sea-related festivals are held throughout the year. The city is also a tourist destination and home to Asia's largest department store, Haeundae beach, and a yacht marina. On the southern tip of the Korean Peninsula, Busan is a historic city that served as the temporary capital during the Korean War and refuges for men, women, and children fleeing North to build new lives.

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Come as a guest, 
Leave as a friend!

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Busan Greeter is a non-profit organization to introduce local culture in Busan. All of Busan Greeters are excited to have you as friends.  Come and enjoy walking together in the hidden spots of Busan. We want to share our story with you! 

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