Busan Flights GuideBusan has five well-known beaches. Haeundae and Gwagnali beaches are the most famous and tend to be the most crowded, while Songjeong, Songdo, and Dadaepo beaches have less tourists. When you're not soaking up the rays, visit the beautiful temples and parks in Busan. Haedong Younggungsa Temple overlooks the East Sea and has an extraordinary view. If you are interested in going on a little walk, Dongbaek Park on Dongbaek Island has beautiful gardens and pagodas.
Hop on the train in Busan to get to other exquisite areas in South Korea. Visit tea plantations in Hadong-gung, a two hour ride, or Boseong, a 4 hour ride. If you want to stay closer to Busan, take a train 35 minutes north to Gyeongju and see the iconic tombs, pagodas, castle ruins, and traditional architecture.
The weather is temperate year-round in Busan. It only snows about 5 days per year, which is very different from the surrounding cities. During the rainy season and especially August and September people in Busan must be aware of possible typhoons. October and November offer the most comfortable temperatures with little chance of rain.As temperatures are mild in Busan, it is pleasant to visit year-round. If you would like to spend time on the beautiful beaches of Busan, you should fly during the summer months between June and September. Make sure to pack an umbrella though, because summer is when the city experiences most of its rainfall.
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