Gimhae International Airport is the main hub for Air Busan. Runway 18L/36R is used for military purposes only for Gimhae Air Base, but due to increasing traffic, there are plans to open the runway for airliners. In 2017, 16,403,541 passengers used the airport.
The Gimhae Astronomical Observatory was opened on February 1, 2002 as part of the Millennium Commemorative Project started in December, 1998. It was built to satisfy the general public’s curiosity about the universe and celestial bodies, inspire young people, and give everyone a unique, memorable experience.
With 25 years of theme park know how, the Lotte Group has opened the largest water park in Korea. The Gimhae Lotte Water Park is “Polynesian” themed and its styled surroundings and water rides are sure to leave visitors with lasting memories.
On July 29, 1998, the Gimhae National Museum was opened in order to research and preserve the cultural heritage of the ancient kingdom of Gaya. The museum is at the foot of Gujibong Peak in Gimhae-si, the spot where the kingdom is believed to have been founded.
Changwon, as the capital of Gyeongnam province, is home to the Gyeongnam Art Museum, the province’s main art museum. Also known as GAM, the museum was announced in December 2003, and opened in June 2004. The museum’s exterior is a pretty unique site in Changwon, with large glass facades spanning the museum’s 4 stories, as well as a large art piece consisting of a grid of marble spheres, sticking out prominently from an eastern wall.
The Gimhae Hanok Experience Hall is the pride of Gimhae. On the outside it is a historical recreation of Joseon noble’s house, but on the inside is equipped with modern convenience facilities. Packed with traditional Korean culture and hands-on activities, the hall provides visitors a true immersion into Korea’s proud past.
<p><b>LetsRun Park Busan–Gyeongnam</b>, also known as <b>Busan–Gyeongnam Horse Racing Park</b> is the largest <a href="/pages/w/108163439211845">hippodrome</a> in <a href="/pages/w/104064496296825">Busan</a>, <a href="/pages/w/108278619196284">South Korea</a>.
Cha Seung-won (born 7 June 1970) is a South Korean actor, who began his career as an in-demand fashion model in the 1990s. Cha achieved stardom through the hit comedy films Kick the Moon (2001), Jail Breakers (2002), My Teacher, Mr. Kim (2003), and Ghost House (2004).