With fall just around the corner and the temperatures beginning to fluctuate daily, it will be just a few short weeks before the changing of the leaves colors transition into their beautiful autumn hue.
Air Busan has been expanding its domestic routes, as well as those in Southeast Asia and China as it deals with the cancelation of many of its Japanese flights.
The Seoul Metropolitan Government has suggested five tourist hotspots to visit during the Chuseok holidays this year.
According to the Busan Office of the Korea Airports Corporation, the number of passengers on flights between Busan and Japan last month decreased by more than 100,000 or 32.6 percent, compared to last year.
The seventh edition of one of the country's largest sunflower festivals is underway until the 15th of September in Gangju Village, Haman County, South Gyeongsang Province.
On your next visit, why not take to the waters of Busan and go on a boat tour? You’re sure to enjoy the fresh air and peaceful vibe while you’re out on the water. Check out some of the best and most scenic boat tours in the city.
The first direct flight between Busan and Helsinki will launch on March 30th of next year.
The 22nd Busan International Travel Fair takes place at the BEXCO Exhibition Center 1, BEXCO for four days from Thursday, September 5 to Sunday, September 8.
One of the city's oldest and charming areas, Ibagu offers a look at Busan the way it used to be.
While October sees the majority of the bigger festivals around the nation, September still offers some great events as well to get out and enjoy. Here's five you may want to check out around the peninsula this month.