I’ve got Seoul but I’m not a soldier…
Tokyo takes so much of the spotlight, but Seoul is a headliner of Asia without doubt. It’s a hilly, beautiful city with a steady mix of quirk and technological marvel, with a healthy side dish of utterly outstanding food. Right now you can tick a must see off the list for £350 return in economy, £675 in premium or £1360 in business. That’s about as low as it gets, so why not – right?
SkyTeam airlines Air France, KLM and China Eastern are coming for the London market in a big way. As usual, the best way isn’t with big lame billboards or balloons – just dirt cheap pricing to the places we want to go. Right now you can jet off from UK cities including London and Manchester from £350 round trip in economy or £640 in premium economy. If you can roll like that, £1500 for business is awesome too.
The Dates You Can Travel
These deals are available from late October 2019 thru April 2020, with blackouts around the December holidays. To find the best prices, you’ll do best to look for UK departures between Monday thru Thursday, or on a Sunday.
To lock in the very lowest prices, you’ll need to do a one week trip, which would mean something like leaving on Thursday and returning the next Thursday. Longer is fine too, but shorter trips will add £20-£50 to the price.
There’s nothing better than travel and when you’re looking to do it, there are few things more exciting than a great deal. It’s hard to know what’s more tempting here: the super cheap flights that get you to Asia for lower than most prices people pay to Ibiza, or the premium economy flights for less than most travellers pay for economy. Either way, here’s links to book these flights at the lowest prices we could find, like…
- £350 London to Seoul in Economy.
- £398 Manchester to Seoul in Economy.
- £635 Manchester to Seoul in Premium Economy.
- £640 London to Seoul in Premium Economy.
- £1329 London to Seoul in Business Class. (select Asia II).
Enjoy South Korea! It’s hard not to. And just FYI, since you’re so close to Tokyo, Osaka and the best of Japan, you might as well make it a two in one trip and book a side trip during your visit, so that you can compare the two beautiful cultures side by side.