Megan Gell
May 22, 2019

Busan to add three entertainment venues by 2022

South Korean port city adds to inventory for groups big and small.

Busan will welcome a big boost to its arts and entertainment facilities over the next three years in response to growing demand from domestic and international event planners. The Busan International Art Center will open in 2021, followed by the Busan Opera House and Busan Lotte Town Complex in 2022.

The Busan International Art Center is a new addition to the popular Busan Citizens Park area. The site will encompass an area of nearly 30,000sqm...

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