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Cheap Flights from Seoul to Taipei

Flight information Seoul to Taipei

Cheapest roundtrip price last month

$154

Non-stop airlines

13

Flights per week

122

Average flight time, total distance 913 miles

2h 25min

Most popular airline last month

EVA Air

Taipei Taiwan Taoyuan and Taipei Sung Shan

2 airports

Explore Taipei

Taipei Hotels

W Taipei

27
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Grand Hyatt Taipei

13
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Grand Hotel Taipei

8
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The Airports in Seoul and Taipei

Incheon International Airport (ICN) is the primary airport serving the Seoul Capital area and is the largest airport in all of South Korea. Located 30 miles west of Seoul, Incheon International has one main terminal and 44 boarding ports. The terminal itself is the largest in South Korea, featuring more than 250 check-in counters. Passengers traveling from ICN to Taipei will depart from the third floor of the concourse. Multiple airlines offer flights every day from Incheon International to Taipei, including nonstop flights from

  • EVA Air
  • China Airlines
  • Korean Air
  • Asiana Airlines
  • Cathay Pacific
Gimpo International Airport (GMP) also offers a limited amount of connecting flights to Taipei. GMP is just nine miles from central Seoul but is much smaller than Incheon. Nonstop flights to Taipei are not available at Gimpo.

Two airports serve the city of Taipei: Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) and Taipei Songshan Airport (TSA). Taiwan Taoyuan International is the primary airport for international travel in Taipei. TPE accepts the vast majority of flights from Seoul, including all flights from Gimpo International. Taiwan Taoyuan is located in the Dayuan District about 25 miles west of Taipei. TPE currently has two terminals that both accept arriving flights.

Getting to Taipei From the Airports

When you arrive at Taiwan Taoyuan International, there are multiple transportation options to get to the city. The Taiwan High-Speed Railway is the fastest transfer to many of the urban areas. You could also take a taxi, bus, or hotel shuttle. If you prefer to drive yourself, you can rent a car.

Tips for Flying Out of Seoul

Incheon International Airport suggests arriving at the boarding gate at least 40 minutes before departure, so you'll want to add extra time for check-in and security. International travelers will arrive at the 3F Passenger Terminal, where you can check-in at the counter or at a self-service kiosk. You'll need to bring a valid passport and your boarding pass. At security, you will pass through a metal detector and may be screened by a handheld detector.

What to Do While You Wait for Your Flight in Seoul

Incheon International Airport offers multiple shopping and dining options you can enjoy while you wait to board your flight. If you're hungry, you can choose either Asian or Western cuisine. You can also enjoy luxury shopping duty-free at the airport. You could even get a haircut or go ice skating if you have the time.

Comparing Seoul and Taipei

When traveling from Seoul to Taipei, be prepared for multiple differences between the two cities. You'll gain one hour when you arrive in Taipei. Temperatures in Taipei are higher on average year-round, with the biggest difference in the winter months. Taipei can be up to 30 degrees warmer, so you'll want to pack accordingly. The cost of living, however, is lower in the Taiwan city. A meal for two and taxi fares are about 50% cheaper than in Seoul.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.