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No trip to Asia is complete without a stop in Seoul. The beautiful city amongst the hills offers a fascinating look at life in another culture and some of the best food on earth. With flights to Asia steadily running over $750, getting there is however very prohibitive. Not today! There’s an absolutely fantastic fare sale from U.S. cities to Seoul, with a chance to fly round trip for under $400 bucks!

The Deals

SkyTeam member airline Xiamen is offering incredible deals to Seoul from a few West Coast US cities. If you’ve been looking for something to perk up your spring, these deals for Spring travel are as good as it gets. Xiamen fly brand new, state of the art Boeing 787 Dreamliners, known to reduce jet lag. That kinda thing comes in handy on 10+ hour flights to Asia.

The Dates

This appears to be a flash sale, with dates only available for late March, April or early May departures. Not every single date will be available, but we found excellent availability for trips of all lengths departing around this time. If you want to take a peek for yourself, try out these Google Flights tips. But fear, not we’ve made easy to click and book links below!

How To Book

These deals are bookable directly with Xiamen or on any of your favorite online booking sites like Expedia, Travelocity and CheapOair. The very best prices are available from Los Angeles, and Momondo has these deals for just $385 round trip. Use the Google Flights links below to find dates and then head to one of these great booking websites to see if you can save even more.  Here are the best round trip prices like: $391 Los Angeles, $433 Seattle$437 Vancouver, $544 San Francisco,  There’s no telling how long these deals will last, and you have 24 hours to cancel if needed.

Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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  1. Just a warning – the Seattle (and maybe other cities) flight first arrives in Shenzhen and then overnights in Xiamen. While transiting multiple cities in China to a third country is normally allowed without a visa if the total time in China is under 24 hours, it isn’t permitted in Shenzhen for US citizens. A visa is required.

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