Flights from Seoul to South Korea
Flight information Seoul Incheon Int'l to South Korea
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South Korea is located just east of Japan with the Sea of Japan to the east and the Yellow Sea to the west. It is a vibrant country that is filled with lush flora and fauna of every color imaginable. While traveling around the urban areas and countryside, you do not have to go far before you smell the sweet scent of the cherry blossom trees this region is known for. From hip and modern metropolitan cities to ancient Buddhist shrines that dot the rural landscapes, South Korea offers a rich cultural education to all who pass through. Don't let your South Korean adventure stop in Seoul; venture out and see the other beautiful cities of this country.
Flying from Seoul Incheon International Airport
Seoul Incheon International Airport (ICN) is the largest airport in all of South Korea and is located approximately 30 miles from the downtown region. Seoul Incheon International Airport can be accessed by city bus, rail service, taxi, private shuttle, or by car. When you arrive at the airport, you can relax and unwind at the airport lounge or grab a bite to eat at one of the terminal restaurants. This airport has a single terminal for all domestic flights to other South Korean cities.
Do I Need a Passport to Travel Domestically?
This depends on the airline you are flying with. While most domestic carriers do not require you to show your passport, it is always a good idea to keep it handy while you are traveling in a foreign country.
Popular South Korean Cities
Need some inspiration of where to go? Skyscanner can help you find cheap airline tickets to any of the popular South Korean cities you would like to visit.
Jeju is an island community that is located in the southwest region of the country. It is popular among beach dwellers and those who want to experience the peace and tranquility of a countryside vacation. Jeju is home to ancient shrines and temples that are worth visiting. While ICN does not offer any direct flights to Jeju, you can catch a connecting flight with Asiana Air or Korean air for around $400 round trip. You will arrive at Jeju International Airport (CJU) which is the second busiest airport in the country.
Busan is another travel-worthy destination for those who want to experience the everyday life of South Korea and its history. Busan is a blue-collar type community with a strong foothold in the fishing industry. It features beautiful beaches, quaint hotel suites, wild and crazy nightclubs, and ancient Buddhist shrines. Seoul Incheon Airport currently does not offer direct flights to the city, but you can catch a connecting flight from another local airport. Once you arrive at this airport, you can get to your final destination by a limo bus, the light rail system, the public transit, or by taxi.
South Korean Travel Restrictions
Before you plan out your trip within South Korea, please note that there is a curfew in place and that flights are grounded between the hours of 11pm and 6am. You will not be able to find an overnight flight.
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