Cheap Flights from Jeju to Seoul
Flight information Jeju to Seoul
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 446 kilometers
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Seoul Incheon Int'l and Seoul Gimpo
Flying out of Jeju International Airport
South Korea's second-largest airport is Jeju International Airport (CJU). The airport is located on an island south of South Korean's mainland. From this airport, you can fly direct to cities in South Korea, China, Hong Kong, Japan and Taiwan.
Direct flights from Jeju to Seoul are frequent and relatively inexpensive on airlines like Asiana Airlines, Eastar Jet and Korean Air. Domestic passengers should arrive around an hour before flight departure with airline ticket and valid passport.
Seoul Airport Options
Seoul, South Korea's capital and largest city, is served by two international airports. The busiest of the two is Incheon International Airport (ICN). ICN is a luxury airport with a golf course, spa, casino, ice skating rink and large duty-free shopping mall. The airport is also ranked among the world's fastest airports for arrivals and departures.
While nonstop flights are possible from CJU to ICN, you'll have more options and cheaper prices if you fly to Seoul's other airport, Gimpo International Airport (GMP). Airlines like Korean Air and Eastar Jet fly nonstop from CJU to GMP every day, multiple times per day.
Gimpo International Airport is located about 15km from central Seoul. The airport consists of three terminals: a domestic flight terminal, an international flight terminal, and a terminal just for cargo flights. Outside of domestic arrivals, there is a taxi pickup area, many city bus stops, and access to the subway system. There are also three rental car companies.
What to Expect in Seoul
Because flights between Jeju and Seoul are very quick and there is no time difference between the two cities, jet lag will not be a concern. There is also no drastic weather difference, though the summers are hotter and winters colder in Seoul than in Jeju.
As Seoul is a popular tourist destination, meal and entertainment prices are likely to be higher than those in Jeju. Be sure to plan and budget well so you can enjoy Seoul's beauty. Try visiting places like the Bukchon Hanok Village and royal sites like Gyeongbok-gung and Deoksu-gung.
Tips and Travel Advisories for Canadians
As of May 2017, the Canadian government does not consider travel to South Korea to be high-risk. However, due to the country's proximity to and tensions with North Korea, it is prudent to monitor the situation and check the latest developments before your trip.
If your tourist stay in South Korea will be less than 90 days, you will not be required to have a visa. However, upon entry into the country you will need to submit to fingerprint, body temperature and facial scans. Make sure your trip from Jeju to Seoul falls within your 90 day limit to avoid problems.
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