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The Best Festival in Autumn, Not Just in Name, But in Reality
The 13th Busan Fireworks Festival

Held every October on Gwangalli Beach and around Gwangan Daegyo Bridge in Busan, the Busan Fireworks Festival, together with Seoul International Fireworks Festival, make the list of leading South Korean autumn festivals.
Turning 13 this year, the Busan Fireworks Festival will present a multiple fireworks festival under the theme of love in ‘an October Serenade’. There’s a reason why you can’t miss the 13th Busan Fireworks Festival. The Niagara Falls fireworks,
the colorful Iguazu Falls fireworks, and the big (25-inch) fireworks, which fall from Gwangan Daegyo, are exclusive to the 13th Busan Fireworks Festival. The 13th Busan Fireworks Festival presents not only the main program with a multimedia fireworks show, but also various other events. During the day, there will be eight smaller performances for those spectators waiting on the sandy beach, and the preview fireworks that herald the main show are presented once during the day and three times at night. Furthermore, the ‘Fireworks Academy’ will have a fireworks expert and announcer present a fireworks demonstration and provide various information, while ‘Classical Music Academy’ will invite a classical music specialist and announcer presenting diverse background music. The Fireworks Festival is so popular that it annually attracts over one million tourists from across the country and Early Bird Online Ticketing, opening three months in advance, sold-out in just two hours.