Busan Cinema Center is an official venue of the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) –one of the most popular film festivals in Asia—and has become a symbol of the festival itself.
From an architectural perspective, the center is a historic work that embodies the theories of deconstructivism while exhibiting a sense of formative beauty. The center’s ‘Big Roof’ is the largest roof in the world (2.6 times larger than a soccer field) and comes complete with 42,600 LED lights, which help create an unforgettable scene along with Suyeong River and Naru Park.
The Cinema Center consists of 3 buildings: Cine Mountain, Biff Hill, and Double Cone. The main building, Cine Mountain, has 3 theaters for screening movies and one performing arts theater, called ‘Haneulyeon,’ featuring the world’s best stage performances. Busan Cinema Center is said to be the first culture complex worldwide to combine movie theaters and a performing arts center in one building.
How To Go There:
Centum City Station (Busan Subway Line 2), Exit 6.
Go straight 270m and turn left onto Centum 5-ro Road.
Continue 250m, until you see the Busan Cinema Center on the right.
[Bus] (bound for Shinsegae Department Store)
5-1, 36, 39, 40, 63, 115, 139, 141, 155, 181, 307, 1001, 1002
[Airport Limousine Bus]
From Gimhae International Airport, take a Limousine Bus (Route 2).
Get off at Bexco Bus Stop.