Similarly to its Asiana counterpart, the KAL lounge is located one floor above the gate area. With the entrances to the two lounges being just ten or fifteen meters apart.
Compared to the Asiana Lounge which was deserted at the time of my visit, the KAL Lounge was rather crowded. Still, I had no trouble getting a seat.
Large part of the lounge consists of sofa chairs arranged both in rows for single travelers as well as in groups of two and four around coffee tables.
Separately, there was a row of chairs with small tables along one of the lounges wall. Along the same wall, there was also a counter with five seats.
Finally, along the wall on the other side of the lounge, there was a small drinks and snacks area.
Food and Drinks Selection
While still nothing to write home about, the food selection at the KAL Lounge was marginally better than at the Asiana Lounge I visited before this one.
There were no proper hot meals, however, there were some cup noodles on offer.
Other than that, there were three types of sandwiches, as well as muffins, some bread and packaged snacks.
As for drinks, there were two fridges with canned and bottled drinks including two types of beer and a selection of soft drinks.
There was also a coffee machine and a (very) small selection of wine and liquor.
KAL Lounge Busan International Terminal Summary
The KAL Lounge at Busan airport was largely similar in offerings to the Asiana Lounge next door.
I would only recommend you to visit it if you don’t have Priority Pass membership but are a Sky Team status holder or have access to the lounge through some other mean.
If you have Priority Pass, then Sky Hub lounge that I will review the next is a much better place to go.