Although Koreans celebrate their New Year – Seollal according to the Lunar Calendar, they also celebrate New Year on 1st January with great enthusiasm.
Busan is South Korea’s second largest metropolis after Seoul, with a population of approximately 3.6 million. It has Korea’s largest beach and longest river. It is the largest port city in South Korea and the world’s fifth busiest seaport by cargo tonnage.
Some of the New Year Celebrations taking place in Busan on occasion of New Year include the Dadaepo Sunrise Festival, the Haeundae Beach Sunrise Festival and the traditional “Bell of Hope”, “Bell of Love” and “Bell of Peace” ringing 11 times each at Yongdusan Park.
New Year Fireworks also take place Yongdusan Park at the Gwangan Bridge.
If you happen to come to Busan to enjoy your New Year Celebrations, then apart from these New Year Celebrations and Fireworks display you can also see other famous places and monuments in Busan like – Busan Tower, Haeundae Beach, Gwangan Bridge, Taejongdae Natural Park, Marine City, and Centum City, etc.
If you are not present there in South Korea during the new year’s time then don’t worry, you can find below Photos & Videos of New Year 2020 Fireworks Display from Busan.
Busan – South Korea New Year Fireworks 2020 Display Photos :
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Busan – South Korea New Year Fireworks 2020 Display Live Telecast / Streaming :
Busan, South Korea falls in GMT/UTC + 9:00 hour timezone so it welcomes the New Year five hours after the New Year strikes first at Kiritimati, Kiribati which falls in GMT +14 timezone.
In Busan, you can watch New Year 2020 Celebrations & Fireworks LIVE on TV Channels like KBS TV1, MBC TV, SBS TV, etc.
To watch South Korea New Year 2020 Fireworks LIVE Streaming on internet you have to adjust your watch accordingly with relation to the timezone of your city.