Both Fashion and Tourism at Centum City
Centum City, a new urban development project in Busan, has become Korea’s most sought-out shopping destination and a major symbol of all things fashion. Centum City is home to Shinsegae Centum City, the largest department store in the world, as well as the Lotte Department Store, an established favorite when it comes to luxury brands. Not only are visitors drawn to the city for its posh shopping options, but also for its variety of nearby tourist attractions like the Haeundae Beach (the largest beach in Korea), the Busan Aquarium, and the Nurimaru APEC House. The word ‘centum’ is derived from the Latin word for “100” and Centum City, true to its name, gives visitors and residents hundreds of fun things to do every day.
Guinness Book’s ‘Largest Department Store’
Shinsegae Centum City, the heart of shopping in Centum City, was inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest department store. It is a colossal shopping complex that has something for just about everyone: galleries, an ice rink, parks, cultural centers, and entertainment facilities. Since its inception, the department store has become an indispensible source of shopping and recreation for millions of visitors and Busan residents. Centum’s frequent events and fashion shows in combination with its exceptional, cutting-edge products has caused the facility to quickly rise to the top of the shopping industry. Even though it was only built a year ago, Shinsegae Centum City has already become a must-see when visiting Busan.
Lotte Department Store in Centum City
Lotte Department Store is located right next to Shinsegae Centum City. The stage directly in front of the main entrance frequently holds special events, making this the place for family travelers. Even though beloved by families, the department store maintains a refined feel and showcases luxury brands from all over the world. Lotte Department Store offers a wide variety of clothes and accessories popular with today’s fashion in-crowd.
Located in BEXCO, three minutes from Exit #1 of Centum City Station (Subway Line 2)
Pamphlets available in English, and interpretation services available in English and Japanese
• Rental period runs midnight to midnight.
• Bills only (no coins)