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Flights From Cebu To Seoul

Flight information Mactan-Cebu International to Seoul

Cheapest return price last month

P7,773

Direct airlines

9

Flights per week

67

Average flight time, total distance 3037 kilometres

4h 10min

Most popular airline last month

Jin Air

Seoul Incheon Int'l and Seoul Gimpo

2 airports

Seoul, South Korea is a dynamic city that mashes up tradition, technology, and nature. It has made a name for itself for its awe-inspiring temples, vibrant shopping districts, and lush mountain trails. All of these to a non-stop K-Pop beat.

 

There are just so many things to do here and first-timers as well as seasoned travelers may be overwhelmed with its tourist spots. Because of this, they need to make sure that such predicament is covered by taking note of some of its finest attractions. They are the Jongmyo Shrine, the most authentic as well as oldest Confucian royal shrine; Dongdaemun, South Korea’s biggest retail and wholesale shopping district that is made up of 26 shopping malls and about 30,000 specialty shops; and Seoraksan, third highest mountain in the country.

 

These are only some of the, say, tourism elements that lure travelers from all over the world, which include those who are from Cebu, Philippines. On the other hand, it should be noted that there are a couple of straightforward, yet important matters that need to be taken into consideration. Some of them are made clear in the succeeding paragraphs.

 

What airlines fly the Cebu – Seoul route?

 

Jin Air, Asiana, Philippine Airlines, Korean Air, Asiana Airlines, Jeju Air, Cebu Pacific are some of the airline companies that offer direct flights from Cebu to Seoul. While Air Busan (via Busan), Eva Air (via Taipei), and Philippine Airlines (via Manila) are the air transport enterprises that offer connecting flights.

 

What should passengers expect from the airports?

 

·         Mactan-Cebu International Airport

 

Mactan-Cebu International Airport is the chief commercial aviation hub that serves the whole Central Visayas Region, wherein the city of Cebu is included. It boasts of high-class amenities like restaurants, cafes, duty free stores, ATMs, conference rooms, waiting lounges, air ticket sales office, first aid stations, and so on.

 

·         Gimpo International Airport and Seoul Incheon International Airport

 

Seoul and its surrounding areas are served by two airports: Gimpo International Airport and Seoul Incheon International Airport. Gimpo International Airport is the third-largest air transport facility in South Korea. It has two commercial passenger terminals and two runways in addition to the usual facilities like cafes, fast food chains, luggage equipment, first aid stations, taxi kiosks, air ticket sales offices, ATMs, and so forth.

 

Seoul Incheon International Airport is the largest airport in the country and has been heralded as one of the best airports in the world for nine straight years by the Airports Council International. It is modern as well as stylish and is made up of a number of entertainment options that include a casino, a golf course, and a spa area. On top of these, it also has common amenities like ice cream parlors, fast food outlets, snack bars, and more.

 

What about transportation?

 

·         Mactan-Cebu International Airport

 

Reaching Mactan-Cebu International Airport from anywhere in Cebu and other cities as well municipalities in Central Visayas Region is not burdensome thanks to their extensive transportation system. Passengers can choose from buses (USD .53 or PHP 25.00), multi-cabs or jeepneys (USD .17 or PHP 8.00), taxis (USD 4.54 or PHP 213.06), and rental cars (starts at USD 42.63 or PHP 2,000.00 per day).

 

·         Gimpo International Airport and Seoul Incheon International Airport

 

Getting to Seoul’s finest attractions from Gimpo International Airport and Seoul Incheon International Airport is easy due to Seoul’s well-coordinated transportation system and spacious roads. From the former, travelers can choose from subway trains (USD 3.51 or PHP 164.65), city buses (USD 2.67 or PHP 125.24), taxis (USD 48.95 or PHP 2,296.24), and rental cars (starts at USD 88.30 or PHP 4,142.18).

 

Via Seoul Incheon International Airport, passengers can visit Seoul tourist attractions through subway trains (USD 3.51 or PHP 164.65), buses (USD 2.49 or PHP 116.89), taxis (minimum of USD 40.05 or PHP 1,878.74), and rental cars (starts at USD 88.30 or PHP 4,142.18).

 

What about food expenses?

 

Food are more expensive in Seoul than in Cebu. For instance, a meal at a regular restaurant may cost around USD 4.26 or PHP 200.00 in the latter, but approximately USD 6.16 PHP 289.00 in the former. To add, a meal at a fast food chain costs around USD 2.55 or PHP 120.00 in Manila, but approximately USD 5.29 or PHP 248.52 in Seoul.

 

What are the visa requirements?

 

Filipino passport holders who intend to travel to South Korea should make sure that their passport is at least three months valid following the date of their departure. They should also apply for a short-term or C-3 visa, which is given to foreign travelers for tourism purposes. The fees are elaborated below.

 

59 days or less: free

60 to 90 days: USD 31.97 or PHP 1,500.00

90 days or more: USD 53.29 or PHP 2,500.00 (single entry) and USD 85.26 or PHP 4,000.00 (multiple entry).

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.