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The Port
Port
of Busan
Busan
(Hangul: 부산항; Hanja: 釜山港) is the largest port in South Korea, located in the city of Busan, South Korea. Its location is known as Busan
Busan
Harbor.[a]

Contents

1 Sister ports 2 Notes 3 References

3.1 Citations 3.2 Bibliography

Sister ports[edit] The Port
Port
of Busan
Busan
also has 6 sister ports (listed in order of dates).[2]

Port
Port
of Southampton, United Kingdom
United Kingdom
(1978) – Port
Port
of Seattle, United States
United States
(1981) – Port
Port
of Osaka, Japan
Japan
(1985)[3] – Port
Port
of Rotterdam, Netherlands
Netherlands
(1985) – Port
Port
of New York & New Jersey, USA (1988) – Port
Port
of Shanghai, China
China
(1994)

Notes[edit]

^ In the 19th century, Busan
Busan
Harbor was known in English sources as Chosan Harbor.[1]

References[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Busan
Busan
Port.

Citations[edit]

^ EB (1878), p. 390. ^ Port
Port
of Busan, Sister Ports, Busan ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-03-13. Retrieved 2006-09-15. 

Bibliography[edit]

"Corea", Encyclopædia Britannica, 9th ed., Vol. VI, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1878, pp. 390–394 .

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Ports of South Korea

West Sea

Major

Daesan Gunsan Gyeongin Incheon Janghang Mokpo Pyeongtaek-Dangjin

Minor

Boryeong Seoul Taean

South Sea

Major

Busan Gwangyang Masan Yeosu

Minor

Gohyeon Hadong Jangseungpo Jeju Jinhae Okpo Samcheonpo Seogwipo Tongyeong Wando

East Sea

Major

Donghae-Mukho Pohang Ulsan

Minor

Hosan Okgye Samcheok Sokcho

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Coordinates: 35°06′14″N 129°04′44″E / 35.10389°N 129.07889°E / 35.10389; 129.07889

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