Busan is one of South Korea's largest and busiest port cities. In the eyes of the world, this port is the fifth-worst. The city is famous for its beaches, mountains, and temples. The city of Busan is now officially the Busan Metropolitan City. In South Korea, the city of Busan is the second most populous city with a population of over 3.5 million people. It is South Korea's economic, cultural and educational center. In December 2014, Busan was listed on the UNESCO Creative City Network as a "Film City".
June to August is the high season of local tourists and international tourists visiting Busan. While July is a bad time to travel to Busan due to hot weather and heavy rain throughout the peninsula. To ski enthusiasts, from November to March was a great time to visit because of being able to do winter sports activities during the month.
Mactan-Cebu International Airport - This airport is located on Mactan Island. The airport serves as the main airport for domestic and international flights. It has a route of 25 domestic destinations and 22 international destinations. In terms of passenger and cargo. Mactan-Cebu International Airport is the second busiest airport in the Philippines. It has an area of 797 hectares. The groundwork was built by the United States Air Force in 1956. It is known as the Mactan Air Base and built as an emergency airport for the Air Strategic Aircraft bomber.
Gimhae International Airport - Gimhae Airport is on the western tip of Busan, South Korea. The name Gimhae is taken in conjunction with the city of Gimhae located near the airport. It opened in 1976 to the public and the new international terminal opened on October 31, 2007. Air Busan has made Gimhae International Airport its main hub. The 18L / 36R runway is used for military purposes only for Gimhae Air Base. A total of 17,064,613 passengers have used the airport in 2018.
Busan has a humid subtropical climate. It is affected by the East Asian monsoon. The heavier precipitation in the summer during a short rainy season is called a jungle in Korea which begins late June until the end of July. Winters in South Korea can be very cold in the countryside with minimum temperatures falling below -20 ° C. From May to July, it is generally colder than inland areas due to the effects of the ocean. The months of August and September are generally warm and humid and are usually rainy. The typhoon will also take place at that time.