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Busan Hotel Reservations

Busan Hotels Reservation including - Nongshim Hotel, Lotte Hotel, Westin Chosun Beach Hotel, Paragon Hotel, Busan Hotel, Nakdong Hotels and Haeundae Hotels.

Lotte Hotel - Pujeon-Dong Busan

Whether on business or holiday, each of the 900 rooms at this 5-star property are designed help guests relax in comfort and style. There are hair dryer, clock radio, telephone, non-smoking rooms, voicemail, trouser press, and air conditioning in each of the hotel's well-equipped rooms. In addition, this property in Busan has wheelchair accessible, morning call, city transfers, boutique, car rental, salon, and travel counter.

Lotte Hotel - Pujeon-Dong Busan

Pusanweb - Multimedia Guide to Life in Busan Korea

Pusanweb is designed to provide useful English information and a few photos and video about life in Busan for English speaking visitors and residents.

Busan - wikipedia

Busan Metropolitan City, also known as Pusan is the largest port city in the Republic of Korea. With a population of about 3.65 million, Busan is also South Korea's second largest metropolis, after Seoul. The densely populated city is situated in the narrow Nakdonggang valley, with mountains separating some of the various districts.

Busan - wikitravel

With nearly four million people, Busan is South Korea's second largest city and the country's largest seaport. This gives the city an international flair, with sailors from around the world trooping through and, these days, not a few tourists (mostly from China, Japan and Russia) too.

Gimhae International Airport - Busan

Gimhae International Airport is located at Daejeo 2-dong, Gangseo-gu, Busan. This airport began the service as Busan Suyong airfield for the first time on August 1958, and was raised to Busan International Airport on September 1963. It was moved to current location on August 1976 to expand the facilities and changed the name to Gimhae International Airport.

Haeundae Beach Busan - wikipedia

Haeundae is now an affluent, beach front community that attracts tens of thousands of Korean tourists to what many consider to be Korea's best beach. It has been subject to considerable commercial development.


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