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Food better than most if you like Korean. We love Korean!
This flight was for my mother in law and she needed special care I want to thank all that help her make it back to her home country in Thailand. Always enjoy flights on your airlines and look forward to traveling with you in the future. Thanks again Michael Marble
We were given headphones but there was no headphone jack so that made watching a movie to pass the time out of the question. Very unhappy about that
|Number of Daily Flights||6|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Aug 8|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Aug 8|
|Popular Airlines||Korean Air|
Those flying from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to Incheon International Airport (ICN), for vacation or business, will have the chance to get an overall view of Seoul by reserving a no-cost, guided walking tour. Culture and tradition combine ancient palaces, historic sites and landmarks, alongside modern attractions. The Changdeokgung and Changgyeonggung Palaces were constructed in the 15th century by King Seongjong. Today, the expansive estate now also features a zoo to explore.
Upon landing at the airport, acquire a rental vehicle, take the Incheondaegyo Expressway and drive to Seoul. Get a taste of traditional cuisine and culture by visiting the Beautiful Tea Museum, where you can enjoy tea and rice cakes. Learn how to make Kimchi, while exploring the country's history at the Seoul Kimchi Academy House. View shamanistic art at the Gahoe Museum, or the fine art of Asian needlework at The Museum of Korean Embroidery.
Upon approaching the country after flying for 11 hours, visitors get an aerial glimpse of the picturesque landscape. Guests may get a better look at the surroundings and learn about thousands of years of history, at various archeological locations.
The Amsa-dong Prehistoric Site allows visitors to step back in time 6,000 years to see what life was like. The Namsangol Traditional Folk Village represents a village during medieval times, through replicated architecture, gardens and housing.