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Discover Authentic Korea with Korean Air
With so many things to see and do, authentic Korea is an adventure and an experience on its own. To explore Seoul’s rich history there is no better way than to take a free walking tour through Bukchon that houses around 900 traditional hanok buildings.
While you’re in the area, make sure to stop by one of the many traditional Hansik and Korean BBQ restaurants. To take your authentic food experience even further, make sure to attend a traditional cooking class to discover ways to add magic to your everyday meals.
Try something that’s unique to Korea and has centuries old traditions. Temple Stay is a unique cultural program which lets you experience the life of Buddhist practitioners at traditional temples. With meditation, tea ceremony and traditional meals included, you will get to discover a lifestyle that hasn’t changed for hundreds of years.
Seoul is a buzzing city metropolis filled with excitement but look carefully and you’ll discover quiet pockets of relaxation. Relax in one of the many hot springs followed by spa activities. Enjoy the benefits of a Korean sauna and find out why travellers are flocking to Korea to experience this unique sensation.
Want more? Seoul is renowned for world-class shopping. Dongdaemun Market Business Class offersis a large commercial district where a full range of fashion items are available.
KOREAN AIRLINES, a founding member of SkyTeam, began services to Australia on April 1990. Nearly 30 years since launch, Australian travellers have enjoyed Korean Air’s Innovation & Service Excellence in Flight across its fleet of 166 aircraft, to a global network of 124 destinations across 44 countries worldwide. Korean Air offers a spacious 3-class product, friendly & attentive service, award-winning cuisines and even onboard bars and SKYSHOP.
Korea is a perfect example where old and new live in harmony. From shopping centres filled with luxurious high-end designer brands to traditional Temple Stays; from museums displaying thousands of years of rich history to brand new stadiums filled with crowds to see the latest K-pop acts; from traditional street food vendors that had their family market stall for decades to 3 – star Michelin restaurants. And finally, the bustling city is next door to 12 UNESCO World Heritage Sites. All you need to do to discover this contrast is to plan your next trip to Korea!
Korean Air Economy Class
- Economy Class Seats are ergonomically designed for enhanced space and comfort
- Up to 86cm (34in) of seat pitch
- Up to 46 cm (18in) of seat width
- 118-degree uncompromised recline
- Articulated recline with back cushion
- Each seat has a high resolution screen, audio and USB port which makes your flight more enjoyable
- Mercury award-winning Bibimbap offered as signature dish
Korea has many modern and traditional style spa & wellness centres available throughout the country. If you’re looking for relaxation, hot and cold saunas, swimming pools and much more, visiting one of Korea’s wellness centres is a must. There’s a plethora of them available, either hidden in the city or tucked away in the nature and it is up to you to choose your favourite. You can get a modern, newest research based treatment or relax in a spa that uses centuries-old treatments with prime ingredients such as Red Ginseng.
Fly from Sydney to Seoul business return $3,109* Fly me to Seoul
Korean Air Business Class
- Business Class offers the flagship Prestige Suites and Sleepers
- 180-degree recline & fully flat bed
- Checked baggage: two pieces, 32 kg per bag
- Alcoholic beverages on demand in the A380 Prestige Class & Celestial Bars
- Exclusive French, Italian, German and traditional Korean wines, beers & liqueurs
- Access to KAL Prestige Class Lounge
Known worldwide for its delicious aromas, vibrant colours and numerous spices, Korean food is an experience on its own and a must – try while in Korea. Korean BBQ is a great activity where all the travellers of the group can be involved and share the meal together. With a variety of meats, condiments (known as banchan) available, everyone can indulge in what they like.
It is impossible to get hungry while in Korea as there are terrific food stalls on every corner. If food stall is not your kind of eatery, you can choose from an abundance of cafes, quaint restaurants and Michelin-star restaurants.
Fly to Korea and beyond with Korean Airlines
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