Flights from Manila to South Korea with AirAsia
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It was autumn when I went to South Korea for the six-day “I Love Korea” Fam Trip, a media tour sponsored by AirAsia and Korea Tourism Organization. The climate there was extremely cold compared to my hometown Manila which is hot and humid. Unlike our Summer Capital Baguio City, the autumn climate in South Korea was cold but dry, and that combination made me enjoy my cultural and gastronomical adventure even more! We explored Gyeonggi, Yongin, Gangwon, Wonju, Gangnueng, and Seoul.
AirAsia Manila – Seoul Flights
Fall lasts from September to November in South Korea, and they weren’t joking when they said that that’s the perfect time to see the country. I truly enjoyed my trip to the autumn-seasoned South Korea, and I’m looking forward to seeing it again this winter. Korea is, after all, one of the nearest Winter destinations from Manila.
Everland Theme park in Yongin, South Korea
This February 9 to 25, 2018, the Winter Olympics will be held in PyeongChang, South Korea. It will be the first time in history that a Winter Olympics will be hosted by a mainland Asian country, and I am looking forward to visiting South Korea during then too, in the future!
Dozens of Flamingos inside the Amazing Safari of Everland Park
Galbi dinner at Banzuwon
View of the progressive Suwon City from the Old Suwon Hwaseong Fortress
South Korean Winter? AirAsia will take you there—fast
AirAsia flights from Manila to Seoul only take 3 hours and 30 minutes on average. The travel time is affected by factors like weather conditions, of course, but it generally doesn’t take any longer than that. AirAsia flights depart from Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3 / NAIA T3, and arrive at Incheon International Airport (ICN) in Seoul.
Pork cutlet in japanese curry sauce at Everland
White tiger at the Everland Amazing Safari
The perks of the AirAsia Mobile Application
AirAsia Mobile App
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The AirAsia Mobile Application also makes things easier for us flyers. With the downloadable app, we can book, upgrade tickets, check-in, and even save travel-related information that always come in handy in between flights.
Check-in faster using AirAsia Mobile App
AirAsia mobile check-in option
The app also knows that we don’t need to fall in those long lines in the airport. With the AirAsia Mobile Application’s check-in feature, flying is made hassle-free, because we’re allowed to print out our own boarding pass. All we need is our booking number, and our 2D barcode at the kiosks in the airport (which we should scan). With those and the other check-in details, we can skip the lines and go straight for the departure gates.
Save it for later
What’s more, if we forget to list down our itinerary for our trip, the mobile application lets us access that list in-app, even without an internet connection. Travel guides are also accessible offline via the app.
Street food in Seoul
The AirAsia Mobile Application should be every traveler’s partner, regardless if you’re a lone traveler, a family going on a vacation, or a food junkie like me. It’s highly accessible, convenient, and useful. It also comes with your phone, so you don’t have to worry leaving it behind. AirAsia flight schedules
AirAsia Korea – Philippines flights
AirAsia’s Manila-Incheon (Seoul) flights occur twice daily. It’s the shortest trip, but AirAsia also offers flights from Cebu to Seoul once a day, and two-way chartered flights to/from Kalibo (Boracay), Incheon (Seoul), and Busan.
For flight booking and reservations, visit http://www.airasia.com/. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram.
Selfie at EcoGreen Campus in Gangwon Province
I’m going to South Korea again this winter, and will definitely post about it in the days to come. Stay tuned!