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Busan Citizens Park, Busan

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Busan Citizens Park (formerly Camp Hialeah) is a former Imperial Japanese Army base and United States Army camp located in the Busanjin District of the city of Busan, South Korea. The Camp occupying 133-acre (540,000 m2) of prime real estate was closed on 10 August 2006 and handed back to the Busan city government. It was redeveloped as the Busan Citizens Park (Korean: 부산시민공원) and opened on 1 May 2014.
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  • It is a really big memorial park in Busan. It is a nice place to walk and to have a picnic. But it can be kinda hot during the summer 
    It is a really big memorial park in Busan. It is a nice place to walk and to have a picnic. But it can be kinda hot during the summer  more »
  • I went during Autumn and this is only place where I can find autumn foliage in Busan during my visit. ^_^ There's a lot of activity, also a small library where kids can visit. I saw a few couples and....  more
    I went during Autumn and this is only place where I can find autumn foliage in Busan during my visit. ^_^ There's a lot of activity, also a small library where kids can visit. I saw a few couples and....  more »

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