Cheap Flights from New York to Seoul
Flight information New York to Seoul
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Average flight time, total distance 6871 miles
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Seoul Incheon Int'l and Seoul Gimpo
Flying out of New York
Three airports in the New York area make up one of the largest transportation regions in the world. Newark Liberty International, LaGuardia Airport, and John F. Kennedy International Airport all provide both domestic and international service from the New York City area.
Located in the Queens borough, JFK provides service to more than 50 countries through over 100 airlines providing service to the airport. Some popular travel destinations from the JFK Airport include Frankfurt, Paris, Tokyo, Tel Aviv, Madrid, and Seoul.
The New York LaGuardia Airport is also located in the Queens area, a mere six miles from downtown Manhattan. You can get transportation to the LaGuardia Airport via taxi or public transit services from any of the five boroughs.
Located in New Jersey, the Newark Liberty International Airport is home to some of the longest direct transcontinental flights in the world. The airport offers non-stop service to both Hong Kong and Singapore. Newark is a hub for many domestic flights as well as popular international destinations such as Toronto, London, and Tel Aviv.
Seoul Airport Options
Incheon International Airport is the largest airport in South Korea and the primary destination airport for the Seoul area. Incheon is unique as it is not only an airport but is also a destination in itself. The airport not only has its own private sleeping rooms and spa, but it also is equipped with a golf course, museum and ice skating rink. Transportation is provided from the airport to many of the area hotels and destinations options via bus and rail service, or through one of the many rental car services.
Tips for Traveling to Seoul
When traveling to the Seoul area take advantage of the local food offerings that are one of a kind. Due to its location, Seoul has some fabulous fresh fish and seafood offerings, as well as a bustling fish market, open every morning. On your visit to Seoul make sure to stop by and see the amazing light show at the Samsung Electronics Building located in Seocho-dong. Another must see is the upscale Gangnam-Gu area where you can indulge in some luxury shopping. Those looking to find out more about the culture and history of the city will want to make sure to visit Gwanghwamun Square and Gyeonhbokgung Palace.
An important travel note for Seoul is when leaving an establishment do not leave a tip. Establishments do not condone tips for service and in some cases may actually take offense.
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