The summer jangma rains have begun before the scorching heat takes over in the middle of the month, but there are plenty of things around the city to keep you busy if you’re planning a summer staycation in Busan.
Lime, one of the largest e-scooter rental services in the world that at the peak of its operations maintained over 3,000 vehicles in the Busan metropolitan area alone, announced that it will cease operations in South Korea on June 30.
The Korean Buddhist Cultural Foundation will hold a ‘Temple Stay Program for Foreigners’ to introduce Korean traditional culture to foreigners staying in Korea through October 30 at 13 different locations around the country.
Water play-type facilities will be operated free of charge until the 28th of August in Jinju. The city announced that it will operate a water park in the park to realize a ‘friendly city for raising children by allowing citizens who go to other local water parks or water parks to enjoy water play near their homes every summer.