Cheap flights to South Korea!
Check out these cheap flights from many UK cities to Seoul, South Korea from only £322 roundtrip with KLM & Air France!
Seoul is the capital of South Korea and with the population of more than 10 million people it can easily be considered one of the biggest cities in the world. Discover rich Korean culture, beautiful nature, and delicious food!
With its many sights and things to do, Korea’s largest island is a great choice for your holiday. Enjoy its beautiful beaches, lush countryside and seaside hotels designed for rest and relaxation. Those who prefer to be active can take a walk along the subtropical path towards the Cheonjiyeon Falls or climb South Korea’s highest mountain, Hallasan.
Explore the incredible tuff cone Seongsan Ilchulbong (Sunrise Peak), rising straight from the sea. You can watch the sun rise from the ridge of this crater resembling a gigantic ancient castle.
To know more about South Korea check Destination Fly4free: South Korea and to Lonely Planet online shop >>
January – June 2020
Jan 6-21, 15-25, Feb 9-20, Mar 2-14, Mar 8-21, 17-31, Mar 31 – Apr 8, Apr 28 – May 13, May 24 – Jun 8
London – Seoul – London
Manchester – Seoul – Manchester
Birmingham – Seoul – Birmingham
Newcastle – Seoul – Newcastle
Bristol – Seoul – Bristol
Southampton – Seoul – Southampton
Glasgow – Seoul – Glasgow
Edinburgh – Seoul – Edinburgh
Inverness – Seoul – Inverness
Aberdeen – Seoul – Aberdeen
One cabin bag per passenger.
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You can read a trip report written by one of our editors about his experience with KLM >>>
In Seoul we encourage you to stay at a 4* The Recent Dongdaemun Hotel for a good price and with excellent reviews.
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