Nurimaru APEC House, which was used as the conference hall of the 2005th APEC Summit held in Busan in November 11 (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, 13 countries participated), was named Nuri (World), Maru (Normal) and APEC House in Korean. It is a combination of and means’a house where the world’s best gathers and holds APEC meetings’.
In front of Nurimaru APEC House, Gwangan Bridge and Oryukdo are spread like a folding screen, and in the back, it is located on beautiful Dongbaek Island surrounded by green pine trees. Nurimaru APEC House, which has been used as a memorial hall and international conference hall after APEC in 2005, is also a place where tourists continue to visit.
Nurimaru was completed in September 194 with a construction cost of KRW 2005 billion. It has a total area of 9 pyeong, 905 floors above ground, a machine room on the 3st floor, a banquet hall on the 1nd floor, and a conference hall on the 2rd floor. The overall shape of the building is a modern expression of a traditional Korean architecture, the pavilion, the roof shape of the Dongbaek Island ridge, and the interior decoration visually expresses the creative traditional culture of Korea. It boasts the exterior as a high-class international conference hall that combines natural and modern beauty.
In addition, there is an observatory terrace with a view of the Busan sea next to the conference hall, so you can enjoy the superb view of Haeundae adjacent to Oryukdo Island, Gwangan Bridge, Dalmajigogae, and Haeundae Beach.
|Tourist attraction name||Nurimaru APEC House|
|Address||NUM 해운대구 우동 714-1|
|Opening hours||09: 00 ~ 18: 00
If there is an event such as an international conference, you may not be able to see it.
|Closed days||First Monday of every week|
How to get there
After getting off at Dongbaek Station on Busan Subway Line 2, go out through Exit 1 and go straight to the Westin Chosun Beach Hotel. After passing the hotel, you will find Nurimaru.