Busan

Busan is a city located in the south-eastern province of , . It is the second largest city in South Korea, and has the largest port in the country, biggest department store in the world, beautiful beaches and mountains, spas, and tasty seafood dishes.
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Popular Destinations

is a district in the east of Busan that is known as the main tourist destination of the city and home to the nationally renowned Beach. Photo: Andrewssi2, CC BY-SA 3.0.

consists of the districts of Dong-gu, Jung-gu, Seo-gu, Nam-gu and Busanjin-gu in Busan. Photo: lwy, CC BY 2.0.

is a beach side district in the east of Busan, often better known as Gwangalli. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.0.

comprises of the districts of Buk-gu, Dongnae-gu and Geumjeong-gu in Busan. Photo: honzasoukup, CC BY 2.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Stadium
The Busan is a baseball stadium in Sajik-dong, Dongnae-gu, Busan, . Photo: Cheolstar, CC BY-SA 3.0.

University
The Busan National University of Education is a government-supported institution which provides training for future public-school teachers in .

Stadium
The is an indoor sporting arena located in Busan, . Photo: Fetx2002, CC BY-SA 4.0.

Park
Busan Citizens Park is a former Imperial Japanese Army base and United States Army camp located in the of the city of Busan, South Korea.

Destinations

consists of the districts of Sasang-gu, Gangseo-gu and Saha-gu in the city of Busan. Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Localities in the Area

Village
Jangjeon is a dong, or precinct, in Geumjeong-gu, Busan, .

Village
Allak is a dong in Dongnae-gu, Busan, . It is divided into two administrative dong, Allak 1-dong and Allak 2-dong.

Busan

Latitude
35.18° or 35° 10' 47.8" north
Longitude
129.0752° or 129° 4' 30.9" east
Open Location Code
8Q7F53HG+X3
Population
3,460,000
IATA airport code
PUS
United Nations Location Code
KR PUS
Elevation
26 metres (85 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 358015143
Geo­Names ID
1838524
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Also Known As

  • Achinese: Busan
  • Afar: Pusan
  • Afrikaans: Busan
  • Albanian: Busan
  • Amharic: ቡሳን
  • Arabic: Busan
  • Arabic: بسان
  • Arabic: بوسان
  • Armenian: Բուսան
  • Armenian: Պուսան
  • Asturian: Busan
  • Azerbaijani: Busan
  • Bashkir: Пусан
  • Basque: Busan
  • Belarusian: Пусан
  • Bengali: বুসান
  • Bislama: Busan
  • Breton: Busan
  • Breton: Pusan
  • Bulgarian: Пусан
  • Burmese: ဘူဆန်မြို့
  • Catalan: Busan
  • Catalan: Pusan
  • Cebuano: Busan (kapital sa lalawigan)
  • Cebuano: Busan (lalawigan)
  • Cebuano: Busan
  • Central Kurdish: بوسان
  • Chechen: Пусан
  • Chinese: Busan Kóng-he̍k-chhī
  • Chinese: 釜山
  • Chinese: 釜山市
  • Chinese: 釜山广域市
  • Chinese: 釜山廣域市
  • Croatian: Busan
  • Czech: Pusan
  • Danish: Busan
  • Dutch: Busan
  • Eastern Mari: Пусан
  • Egyptian Arabic: بوسان
  • English: Busan-si
  • English: Pusan
  • Esperanto: Pusano
  • Estonian: Busan
  • Estonian: Pusan
  • Finnish: Busan
  • French: Busan
  • French: Pusan
  • French: Pusang
  • Galician: Busan
  • Georgian: პუსანი
  • German: Busan
  • Greek: Μπούσαν
  • Greek: Πουσάν
  • Gujarati: બુસાન
  • Hakka Chinese: Fú-sân
  • Hausa: Busan
  • Hebrew: בוסאן
  • Hebrew: בוסן
  • Hebrew: פוסאן
  • Hebrew: פוסן
  • Hindi: बुसान
  • Hungarian: Puszan
  • Icelandic: Busan
  • Ido: Busan
  • Indonesian: Busan
  • Interlingue: Busan
  • Irish: Busan
  • Italian: Busan
  • Italian: Pusan
  • Japanese: 釜山
  • Japanese: 釜山市
  • Japanese: 釜山広域市
  • Javanese: Busan
  • Kalaallisut: Busan
  • Kannada: ಬುಸಾನ್
  • Kara-Kalpak: Pusan
  • Kazakh: Пусан
  • Kirghiz: Пусан
  • Korean: 부산
  • Korean: 부산광역시
  • Korean: 부산시
  • Latin: Busan
  • Latin: Pusanum
  • Latvian: Pusana
  • Lingua Franca Nova: Busan
  • Literary Chinese: 釜山
  • Lithuanian: Busanas
  • Lombard: Busan
  • Luxembourgish: Busan
  • Luxembourgish: Fusan
  • Luxembourgish: Pusan
  • Macedonian: Пусан
  • Malay: Busan
  • Malayalam: പുസാൻ
  • Malayalam: ബുസാൻ
  • Maori: Busan
  • Marathi: बुसान
  • Mazanderani: بوسان
  • Min Dong Chinese: Busan
  • Min Nan Chinese: Hú-san Kóng-e̍k-chhī
  • Mingrelian: პუსანი
  • Mongolian: Пүсан
  • Mongolian: Пүсань
  • Moroccan Arabic: عين السبع
  • Northern Frisian: Busan
  • Norwegian: Busan
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Busan
  • Norwegian Nynorsk: Pusan
  • Occitan (post 1500): Busan
  • Ossetian: Пусан
  • Pampanga: Busan
  • Pampanga: Pusan
  • Pampanga: 부산
  • Panjabi: ਬੂਸਾਨ
  • Persian: بوسان
  • Persian: پوسان
  • Polish: Busan
  • Polish: Pusan
  • Portuguese: Busan
  • Quechua: Busan
  • Romanian: Busan
  • Russia Buriat: Пусан
  • Russian: Пусан
  • Scots: Busan
  • Serbian: Бусан
  • Serbo-Croatian: Busan
  • Silesian: Pusan
  • Sinhala: බුසාන්
  • Slovak: Pusan
  • Slovenian: Pusan
  • Spanish: Busan
  • Spanish: Busán
  • Spanish: Pusan
  • Sundanese: Busan
  • Swahili: Busan
  • Swedish: Busan
  • Swedish: Pusan
  • Tagalog: Busan
  • Tagalog: Pusan
  • Tagalog: 부산
  • Tamil: புசான்
  • Tatar: Pusan
  • Tatar: Пусан
  • Telugu: బుసాన్
  • Thai: ปูซาน
  • Turkish: Busan
  • Turkish: Pusan
  • Ukrainian: Пусан
  • Urdu: بوسان
  • Uzbek: Busan
  • Uzbek: Pusan
  • Veps: Pusan
  • Vietnamese: Busan
  • Vietnamese: Phủ San
  • Waray (Philippines): Busan
  • Welsh: Busan
  • Western Panjabi: بسان
  • Wu Chinese: 釜山市
  • Wu Chinese: 釜山广域市
  • Yakut: Пусан
  • Yue Chinese: 釜山
  • Fousan
  • Fuzan
  • Tsau-liang-hai

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