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 famous 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 city of Busan is located on the south-east coast of South Korea. Therefore, the summers are humid. Winter seasons witness rare snowfalls and weather during the spring and autumn season are the most pleasant. An ideal time to go to Busan if you plan to visit some of the beaches in this city is during July, August and September. This is when the water becomes warm enough for you to enjoy a dip in the sea. Or else, climate factor will not be a major issue for your trip to Busan as the weather is decent all year round.
Kalibo International Airport – Situated only 2 kilometres away from the central city of Kalibo, the Kalibo International Airport is the main terminal operating international and domestic flights to the city, its surrounding area and Boracay. Being one of two airports serving the well-known tourist destination, Boracay, the Kalibo International Airport caters flights to and from various major cities in the country and also internationally such as Singapore, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur.
Gimhae International Airport – The airport terminal serving Busan is the Gimhae International Airport which is located on the western end of the city. The terminal consists of two modern terminals - domestic and international operating for over 20 Asian airline carriers, including Philippine Airlines. The reasonably 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 weather climate in Busan is affected by the four seasons that other parts of South Korea faces. These include spring, summer, autumn and winter. In Busan, the winters are cold but also welcomes a lot of sunshine. Busan is located at the south-east coast of South Korea. Therefore snowfalls are very rare at this part of the country. Summers are hot and humid with regular rainfalls making the temperature in summers rise to 35 °C. Spring and autumn are usually transitional periods with pleasant weather, especially during October.