Busan or formerly known as Pusan, is the second most populous city after Seoul. In addition to being famous for the 2016 movie Train to Busan, the city is also renowned for being a large port city in South Korea, its beaches, mountains and temples. It also plays a part as the host for international conventions, sports tournaments and even home to the world's largest department store, the Shinsegae Centum City. Busan is fast-paced but at the same time not as hectic if compared to Seoul, thus making it the perfect getaway city.
The weather climate in Busan is affected by the four seasons that other parts of South Korea faces. They include spring, summer, autumn and winter. In Busan, the winters are cold but also sunny. Busan is located at the south-east coast of South Korea. Therefore snowfalls are very rare here. Summers are hot and humid with regular rainfalls making the temperature in summers rise up to 35 °C. Spring and autumn are usually transitional periods with pleasant weather, especially during October. If you plan to visit some of the beaches in Busan, the right time to go is during July, August and September. This is when the water becomes warm enough for you to enjoy a dip in the sea.
Laguindingan Airport - Laguindingan Airport is the primary airport meant to serve the cities of Cagayan de Oro and Iligan, in addition to the regions of Misamis Oriental, Lanao del Norte and Bukidnon. Sitting on a 4.17 square kilometres site in Barangay Moog which is about 46 kilometres from Cagayan de Oro and 57 kilometres from Iligan, it is the six busiest airports in the country. It is a public airport operated by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, being classified as a Principal Domestic Airport Class I. Opens since 2013 to replace Lumia Airport, the airport is now able to accommodate up to around two million passengers annually. At an elevation of 58 meters, the runway is 2,100 meters long and is made of concrete. It is the hub for Cebu Pacific and Philippines AirAsia as well as catering to Philippine Airlines and Royal Air for flights heading to and from Manila, Clark, Cebu and many more.
Gimhae International Airport - The airport terminal that operates in Busan is the Gimhae International Airport which is located on the western end of the city. The terminal consists of two new terminals - domestic and international. It is a destination for more than 20 Asian airline carriers which includes Philippine Airlines as one of the top ten carriers with the largest percentage of passengers flying into Busan. The new airport is equipped with amenities such as several eateries, cafes and shops if you have some time to kill before boarding the flight to your next destination. However, please be aware of the curfew between the hours of 11 pm and 6 am where the entire airport terminal shuts down after the last flight of the day.
The climate here is mild and generally warm and temperate. The rainfall in Busan is significant, with precipitation even during the driest month. The average temperature in Busan is 14.1 °C. The rainfall here averages 1380 mm.