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The region of Busan in South Korea
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Busan coat of arms
CountrySouth Korea
Number of zones107
Maximum PPH107
Last updated2020-12-30

Busan or Pusan (hangul: 부산, hanja: 釜山) is one of 15 regions in South Korea. The region is a city with status as a province with about 3.6 million inhabitants.

The city is located on the southeast coast. It is the country's main port, also one of the world's largest. Busan is the country's second largest city. It is one of the country's administrative cities with a status that is independent of the provinces.

Adjacent regions are Gyeongsangnam in the northwest and Ulsan in the northeast.

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Geographical division[edit]


In Busan there are eleven municipalities with at least one turf zone:

Municipality Zones
Busanjin-gu (부산진구) 14
Dong-gu (동구) 13
Dongnae-gu (동래구) 1
Gangseo-gu (강서구) 2
Haeundae-gu (해운대구) 9
Jung-gu (중구) 5
Nam-gu (남구) 13
Suyeong-gu (수영구) 11
Western (서구) 16
Yeongdo-gu (영도구) 7
Yeonje-gu (연제구) 16


There are 107 turf zones in the region, one of which is counted as water zone, one is counted as train station zone, one counts as monument zone and one counts as holy zone.

The most taken zone is BusanTrain which is located at the railway station, in Busan.

Year in parentheses indicates year of creation.

Water zones[edit]

Train station zones[edit]

Monument zones[edit]

Holy zones[edit]

Other zones[edit]

Updated: 2020-12-30

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