Seaport of Busan

Busan is a seaport with the code KRBUS. The port is located in South Korea, and is the largest port in the country. It was opened in 1876. Busan itself is the largest port city in South Korea, with 4.1 million residents. Since the 15th century, it has been a port city that had a trade connection with Japan. In addition, you can also take a ferry to Shimonoseki, Fukoki and Hiroshima. As for the ferry to Fukoki, its speed of travel is particularly fast. It is a special hydrofoil that is managed by JR Kyushu. As such, the cruise between the Korea Strait and Japan lasts only 2 hours and 55 minutes. The city itself is quite attractive for tourists. In particular, one building worth seeing is the Beomeosa Temple that was built in 678. Other important monuments in this city are the Busan Museum of Art, Busan Aquarium, Busan Museum of Modern Art, Busan City Museum, Busan Cultural Center, Yongdusan Park, Daecheong Park, Taejongdae Park.

Seaport of Busan

Seaport of Busan. Source: © autorzy OpenStreetMap. Open Database License.

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Import from Busan to Gdynia – 39 days.
Export to Busan from Gdynia – 47 days.

Shipowners supports port Busan: ANL, APL, Appenship, China Shipping, CMA / CGM, COSCO, Ecu-Line, Hanjin, Hapag Lloyd, Hyundai, K-Line, Lloyd Triestino, MISC, MOL, MSC, Norasia, NYK, OOCL, OWL, Roco-Carrier, UASC, WANHAI, Yang Ming, ZIM.