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Brisbane(BNE) ⇒ Seoul(ICN)
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Brisbane(BNE) ⇒ Seoul(ICN)
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Seoul, the capital city of South Korea, is a large metropolis where high rises, modern skyscrapers, high-tech subways coexist with palaces, Buddhist temples, and street markets.
Seoul is a leading and rising global city due to South Korean Economic boom, commonly called as the miracle on the Hans River. Seoul is also the city with many world heritage sites and a significant site for modern architecture. With so many historical and contemporary attractions present in Seoul, the tourist has ample to do and see here.
Tip: Seoul has hot and humid summers and cold and dry winters. Best time to visit is March to May, which is cherry blossom season or September to November when the weather is pleasant.
Gimpo International Airport (GMP, formerly SEL) is also called Gimpo Airport is the secondary airport of Seoul. It is located in the south of the Han River in western Seoul. Gimpo Airport is the third largest airport in Korea. Several airlines and airways operates from Brisbane to Seoul.
Korean Air and China Southern Airlines provides two stop flight from Brisbane Airport (BNE) to Gimpo International Airport (GMP) via Beijing Capital International Airport (PEK) and Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport (CAN). There is no direct flights to Seoul from Brisbane.
Some options for a cheap flights from Sydney are by Hainan Airlines, Air China, and China Southern Airlines.
Tip: Both Brisbane and Seoul observe daylight saving time. Therefore time differences between the cities can change.
The city surrounded by mountains and hilly landscapes is also famous for its world heritage sites in its Capital area like the Changdeok Palace, Hwaseong Fortress, Jongmyo Shrine, Namhansansong and the Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty. Other notable attractions of Seoul are Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Gyeongbokgung Palace, Jogyesa Temple, National Museum of Korea, War Memorial of Korea, Lotte World, and Lotte World Tower.
Seoul is famous for its shopping and has many areas for world-class shopping and local shopping too. Gangnam is the ritzy shopping district, famous for designer stores and high-end brands, whereas Insa-dong is the place to go to buy traditional Korean products and souvenirs.
One can visit Insa-dong in Seoul for authentic Korean food in village-like ambience with many stores of local products with tearooms, barbeque joints, and noodle shops serving authentic Korean cuisine. Hongdae and Itaewon have decent nightclubs and are famous for their vibrant and trendy nightlife. Gangham is the most popular place of clubbing and has many world famous clubs and bars.
Tip: Seoul has many duty-free shops and malls, check them out to buy duty-free products.
Seoul has a wide range of options for accommodation, from no-frills guesthouses to five-star hotels, and backpacker guesthouses to hanok (traditional wooden homes) homestays. Most of the budget hotels and motels are around Hongdae and Gangnam areas. Traditional hanok homestays are in Bukchon and Ikseon-dong areas.
Tip: Book the accommodation well in advance if planning to visit during peak tourist season like April to May.
There are many Brisbane to Seoul flights throughout the day, so customise your search to get the best price according to your travel dates. If you’d want to travel on a budget, combine your Brisbane-Seoul flight booking with discount hotel reservations for great deals.
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