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Middle School Student Murder in Busan
Now that the body of the missing middle school girl, Lee, has been found in Busan, police are concentrating their full efforts on arresting the murder suspect.
Lee’s body was found around 9:30 pm on the 6th in a water tank on the roof of a one-story house only 50 meters from her house.
She was stripped naked and her clothes and shoes were placed in a plastic bag and hidden under lime powder and construction tiles in the tank. Continue reading
Accident Rate in Busan is the Highest among 7 Largest Korean Cities
Reports show that Busan has the highest rate of death by accidents of the 7 largest cities in the country and the economic loss from those deaths amounts to more than 1 trillion 11 billion won.
The results were revealed through a diagnosis of the safety of local communities and were presented by a team led by professor 배정이. The analysis, which is based on 2008, showed that accidents killed nearly 60 out of every 1 thousand people in Busan, compared to 45.5 in Seoul, 49.7 in Ulsan, 57.1 in Daegu, and 57.3 in Incheon. Continue reading
East Busan Tourism Complex Sites to be Sold
Sites at the DongBusan tourism complex will be will be divided and sold separatedly now that the project has been delayed for a short time due to a lack of investors. The Busan Metropolitan Corporation said that it is hard to more forward with the project because it has yet to draw in a massive resource of capital. The corporation said that it would find investors by slicing up the complex into individual units and facilities. The entertainment and beach zones will be divided into 185 square meters plots first and investors will be sought after until the 25th. This new tactic has increased the voices of concern about the project now that it is proceeding in a way without unity.
Busan to the North Pole: Discussions Start Continue reading
Plans to Enhance Gaming Industry in Busan
Dredging up the Nakdong River
If the soil has to be used elsewhere, transportation costs would soar, putting the company in increased financial hardship. Continue reading