Busan, formerly known as Pusan and now officially known as Busan Metropolitan City, is the second-most populous city in South Korea after Seoul, with a population of 3.5 million. The city is an economical, cultural and educational centre in the South-Eastern region of Korea. Its also has the busiest port in Korea and the 9th busiest in the world. Busan is located about 190 from the Japanese islands such as Kyushu and Honshu. Busan, together with Ulsan and South Gyeongsang is known as "Southeast Economic Zone". It is currently the largest industrial area in South Korea. Busan is the centre of an international convention meeting, hosting APEC in 2005. Busan is also the centre of sports tournaments in Korea, after hosting the 2002 Asian Games and the FIFA World Cup. Busan is home to the world's largest department store, Shinsegae Centum City.
The peak and busiest times of Busan are in April followed by February and March. Hotel prices, as well as flight tickets, will be higher than any other months. However, you can still get great deals if you book a flight or accommodation ticket earlier. The lesser month with travellers is in October. You can get cheap flight tickets and hotels if you are visiting Busan that month.
Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport – the airport is also known as Tacloban City Airport. It is an airport serving Tacloban common areas. The airport is the main entrance of Manila and Cebu to the Eastern Region of the Visayas in the Middle East of the Philippines. It is classified as a major Class 1 airport by the Philippine Civil Aviation Authority. Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport is ranked eighth as the busiest airport and the third fastest growing airport in terms of passenger numbers in the Philippines until 2017. The airport gets its name from the former head of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, Daniel Z. Romualdez. It is one of the two airports in the Philippines named after members of the Romualdez family. The other is Imelda R. Marcos Airport.
Gimhae International Airport – is an airport located West of Busan, South Korea. The airport was opened in 1976. The new international terminal opened on 31 October 2007. Gimhae International Airport is a connecting airport for Air Busan. Not only that, but this Gimhae International Airport is also the main hub for Air Busan, Asiana Airlines and Korean Air.
According to the climate classification by Koppen, Busan has a humid subtropical climate. Busan will experience hot weather during summers. Busan is rarely experiencing snow during the winters.