Busan Kyungsang College

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Busan Kyungsang College
Established 1980
President Park Seok-Yong
Students 3,700
Location Busan, South Korea
35°11′04″N 129°05′57″E / 35.18432°N 129.09918°E / 35.18432; 129.09918Coordinates: 35°11′04″N 129°05′57″E / 35.18432°N 129.09918°E / 35.18432; 129.09918
Website www.psks.ac.kr at the Wayback Machine (archived December 10, 2004)
Busan Kyungsang College
Hangul 부산경상대학
Revised Romanization Busan Gyeongsang Daehak
McCune–Reischauer Pusan Kyŏngsang Taehak

Busan Kyungsang College is a college in the Yeonje-gu district of Busan Metropolitan City, in southeastern South Korea. The president is Park Seok-Yong. It carries a legal maximum enrollment of 3,700 students.

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The college offers training in technical and business-related fields.

According to the school, this is the only mobile game department in South Korea.


The school opened its doors on March 8, 1980. The Hwashin School Foundation which founded it was established in 1977. The current president was installed in 2001.

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