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a city in southeastern South Korea on the Korean Strait

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Lotte Group, based in the southern port city, did a really good job of donating 100 billion won and the city earmarked the remaining 114 billion won to build the "Symbol of Busan.
It pointed out that the bid submission of Buri and its partners, Busan Transportation Corp.
Headlines ( Article MRec ), pagematch: 1, sectionmatch: 1 "How can the DOTr even consider qualifying Busan and Edison as bidders for its projects shortly after getting entangled in a scandalous contract for MRT-3?
Air Busan was established in October 2008 as a regional airliner based in the southern area of Korea.
Sunny Lee, senior marketing manager from Busan Tourism Organization, said: "The city of Busan was delighted to host colleagues and friends from around the world as part of our commitment to showcase Busan as a premier meeting destination.
Travelers considering vacations in Korea can now explore Busan virtually with Hipfig's travel guides and videos.
Taiwan's Hou Hsiao-hsien and other legendary Asian filmmakers are among those celebrating the Busan International Film Festival's 20th year.
Busan Bank selected the IBM MobileFirst application development portfolio to create a secure platform that allows developers to create rich, easy-to-use apps for multiple devices.
Busan Bank has selected a solution from IBM to enhance its mobile apps.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-September 29, 2014--Korea's Busan Bank teams with IBM on mobile app initiative
The 10th Assembly of the World Council of Churches (WCC) was held from 30 October to 8 November 2013 in Busan, Republic of Korea, under the theme "God of life, lead us to justice and peace.
FOOTBALL POHANG v BUSAN 6am tomorrow POHANG STEELERS were overtaken at the top of the K-League on Saturday after they struggled to a 2-2 draw with Suwon Bluewings and they could face a tough task in going back to the head of affairs, writes Ian Wilkerson.
17 -- This fall, various events will be attracting attention of the world in Busan, the biggest port city in Korea.
As the second largest city in Korea, Busan is one of the most well-known international hubs for Northeast Asia, with a thriving interchange of trade and tourism.