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To celebrate its first Korean cruise of Club Harmony, a nine-deck, 26,000-ton vessel that is 176 meters (577 feet) in length, a ribbon-cutting ceremony is held by the swimming pool of the ship anchored at the international cruise terminal in Busan yesterday. Harmony Cruise will offer a four-day cruise service from Busan to Nagasaki and Fukuoka in Japan from Feb. 16 and will expand its routes in following months to China and Russia. The 383-room ship, which can accommodate 1,000 passengers, is furbished with a swimming pool, casino, theater, fitness club and spa. The cruise will also host special K-pop events and offer Korean and Japanese cuisine on the Busan-Japan route. By Song Bong-geun

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