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Book cheap flights to Seoul with Globehunters and discover this buzzing but tranquil city for yourself.
Life moves pretty quickly in Seoul, which is one of the most densely populated cities in the world, known for its sophisticated transport network and culinary scene too.
While the city is dominated by huge skyscrapers, you’re never far away from a peaceful Buddhist garden where you can stop to catch your breath or a stunning palace or shrine.
Shopaholics will be right at home too, with lots of shopping malls, smaller boutiques and street markets, where you can taste the delightful street food as well.
Once the sun goes down, the city’s neon lights turn on and the bars and clubs come to life, with venues for all tastes.
A city of extremes, Seoul’s winters are windy and icy, but once the summer comes around, temperatures can exceed 35°C, so be sure to come prepared for whichever season you’re visiting during!
Read on to find out more or compare our cheap fares from Australia to Seoul today, including business class and first class fares too.
Before setting off for Seoul, here are five important things that you should know:Time Difference: UTC +9 hoursCurrency: South Korean Won Native Language: KoreanWeather: Hot and humid summers (average temperatures between 22.5 29.5°C, with a monsoon season from June until September. Winters are cold to freezing with average temperatures between 1.5 and -6°C.Sales Tax: 10%
If you’re looking to book cheap flights from Australia to Seoul, here’s everything you’ll need to know, including flight times and entry requirements.
Direct flights to Seoul are available from Sydney, Brisbane, Cairns, with the flight generally taking between 10 and 11 hours.
Indirect flights from the rest of Australia will obviously take a little longer, with a stopover at an airport in the Far East such as Guangzhou, Kuala Lumpur or Hong Kong.
Australian visitors to South Korea can obtain a visa on arrival at the airport which last you up to 90 days, although you’ll need a full visa if you intend to stay any longer.
You’ll also have to have your fingerprint taken and screened for any infectious diseases at the airport too.
The following airlines currently offer direct flights from Australia to Seoul:
- Asiana Airlines
- Jin Air
- Korean Air
Seoul is home to two main airports, but flights from Australia will arrive at Incheon International, which has been consistently rated as the best airport in the world, containing a golf course, spa, private sleeping rooms, an ice skating rink and more.
Located west of the city of Incheon, with railway links into the city centre as well as regular bus services.
If you’re travelling to Seoul for the first time, here are our top ten picks for things to see and do while you’re there:
- N Seoul Tower
- Lotte World
If you’re looking for cheap flights to Seoul, you’re in the right place, because we can compare thousands of fares (including business and first class) to ensure that you get the cheapest possible deal for your journey, including hotels and car hire.
Our friendly and experienced travel consultants will be more than happy to work with you to find the best package for your trip to Seoul.