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Thai Airways Flights to Seoul (ICN)

Popular Offers for Tickets to Seoul*

  1. BKK-ICN

    Bangkok (BKK) to Seoul (ICN)



    THB 15,375

    ​Round trip | Economy

  2. TPE-ICN

    Taipei (TPE) to Seoul (ICN)



    TWD 8,622

    ​Round trip | Economy

  3. SIN-ICN

    Singapore (SIN) to Seoul (ICN)



    SGD 659

    ​Round trip | Economy

  4. KUL-ICN

    Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Seoul (ICN)



    MYR 1,937

    ​Round trip | Economy

  5. MEL-ICN

    Melbourne (MEL) to Seoul (ICN)



    AUD 850

    ​Round trip | Economy

  6. PEN-ICN

    Penang (PEN) to Seoul (ICN)



    MYR 1,852

    ​Round trip | Economy

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

Compare Airfare Deals to Seoul*

  1. Bangkok (BKK) to Seoul (ICN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    BKK - ICN


    ICN - BKK


    THB 17,675
  2. Taipei (TPE) to Seoul (ICN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    TPE - ICN


    ICN - TPE


    TWD 8,051
  3. Singapore (SIN) to Seoul (ICN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    SIN - ICN


    ICN - SIN


    SGD 620
  4. Melbourne (MEL) to Seoul (ICN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    MEL - ICN


    ICN - MEL


    AUD 850
  5. Kuala Lumpur (KUL) to Seoul (ICN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    KUL - ICN


    ICN - KUL


    MYR 1,910
  6. Penang (PEN) to Seoul (ICN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    PEN - ICN


    ICN - PEN


    MYR 1,852
  7. Perth (PER) to Seoul (ICN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    PER - ICN


    ICN - PER


    AUD 736
  8. Manila (MNL) to Seoul (ICN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    MNL - ICN


    ICN - MNL


    USD 594
  9. Phnom Penh (PNH) to Seoul (ICN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    PNH - ICN


    ICN - PNH


    USD 559
  10. Zurich (ZRH) to Seoul (ICN)

    ​Round trip | Economy
    ZRH - ICN


    ICN - ZRH


    CHF 1,249

*Best fares on flights found by others in the last 48 hours.

Thai Airways Flights to Seoul (ICN)

Traveling to Seoul


For a city all but annihilated by bombs only a few decades ago, Seoul has made a remarkable transformation into a booming, technologically advanced megalopolis. While modernising was its top post-war priority, design and culture now top the agenda, and trendy cafés and cutting-edge galleries are increasingly cropping up among the centuries-old shrines and skyscrapers.

Getting around

With its clear English signage and colour-coded lines, the Seoul Metropolitan Subway network is a breeze to navigate, although using it during rush hour can feel like being in a cattle race. Buses are another viable option, but bear in mind English announcements are not a given. If public transport plans are scuppered, standard taxis – generally silver, white or orange in colour – can save the day. A rechargeable T-money smart card works for subway, bus and even taxi travel.

See & do

Few tourists leave the city without seeing Seoul’s premier historical attractions, Gyeongbokgung Palace and Changdeokgung Palace. Originally constructed in the 14th century, the Gyeongbokgung compound has been destroyed and rebuilt many times, yet still manages to retain its regal air. The UNESCO-listed Changdeokgung, originally second-fiddle to Gyeongbokgung, took over as the main royal residence after Gyeongbokgung was destroyed during the 16th-century Japanese invasion. The Seoul of old also lives on in Bukchon, an area containing a concentrated cluster of traditional hanok (wood-framed) homes.

For those with an interest in Korea’s 20th-century history, the comprehensive exhibits of the War Memorial makes a good primer before a tour of the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMT). The granite ridges of Seoraksan National Park, meanwhile, are the go-to spot for urban hiking hobbyists.

For sweeping views over the city, ascend Bugaksan’s 342m peak or take the easy option and ride the lift up to the N Seoul Tower’s panoramic observatory. To sample some of Seoul’s frenetic nightlife, in which soju (a potent spirit distilled from rice) plays a starring role, hit the mega clubs Apgujeong or Hongdae, or the expat bars of Itaewon. Recover from a heavy night with a soak in the hot pools of the city’s jjimjilbang (bathhouses).

Hidden gems

Mullae-dong is still a metalworking hub, but look a little closer and you’ll find this factory-filled neighbourhood also has a certain creative edge, fuelled by the increasing artist population. Murals, street art and a scattering of unusual independent shops are hidden among the industrial environs. For return travellers who have already scoured the offerings of sprawling Namdaemun Market and Yongsan Electronics Market, head for the off-the-radar Namseong Market. Its live turtles and tubs full of swimming eels may not be top of your to-buy list, but they certainly make for fascinating browsing.

Food & drink

Life in Seoul moves at a notoriously fast pace so you’re going to need some fuel to keep up. Luckily, eating out here is a citywide hobby. For food on the go, try tteokbokki (rice cakes smothered in red chilli sauce) or jeon (savoury pancakes) at Gwangjang Market. Alternatively, sit down with friends and grill your own samgyeopsal (fatty slices of pork belly) on the table-top hot plate. It’s rare for a meal to be eaten without an accompanying soju (vodka-like spirit made from rice), beer or somac (a mix of the two).

Weather in Seoul

Friday sky is clear
20°C 24/05/2019
Saturday overcast clouds
20°C 25/05/2019
Sunday sky is clear
22°C 26/05/2019
Monday heavy intensity rain
16°C 27/05/2019
Tuesday sky is clear
19°C 28/05/2019
Wednesday scattered clouds
19°C 29/05/2019
Thursday overcast clouds
19°C 30/05/2019
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