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Cheap Flights From Jeju To Seoul

Flight information Jeju to Seoul

Cheapest return price last month

P1,393

Direct airlines

4

Flights per week

601

Average flight time, total distance 446 kilometres

1h 5min

Most popular airline last month

Asiana Airlines

Seoul Incheon Int'l and Seoul Gimpo

2 airports

Jeju-based backpackers, vacationers, and voyagers who are contemplating of heading over to Seoul for their weekend or week-long getaway can be rest assured that their trip can be memorable and exciting. This, thanks to its perfect mix of modern, historical, and natural attractions. While there, visitors can ride the cable car up to the Seoul Tower, which is situated at Namsan Mountain and enjoy a panoramic night time view of the city or explore the Changdeokgung, a UNESCO World Heritage site that was once the place of residence of South Korean rulers during the Joseon Dynasty. Those who want to take the excitement to a whole new level can try the Han River kayaking tour and indulge in panoramic views of top landmarks like the Olympic Park, Ttukseom Hangang Park, the Seongsudaegyo and Jamsil bridges.

 

With all the attractions that Seoul boasts of, it is safe to say that it is easy to become overwhelmed and abruptly sign up for promo deals without thinking things through. While signing up for cheap air fare and other deals is indeed a good move, those who would opt for them should not neglect the essence of planning. This is true since traveling by air can be tricky at times. Those who need help with this matter are encouraged to read the succeeding paragraphs.

 

What airlines fly the Jeju – Seoul route?

 

At present, there are about 95 daily trips from Jeju to Seoul. Direct flights are offered by Asiana, Korean Air, T'way Air Co, Jeju Air, and EASTAR Jet; while connecting ones are offered by Korean Air and Asiana.

 

What should passengers expect from the airports?

 

·        Jeju International Airport

 

Jeju International Airport is the second-biggest air transportation center in South Korea. Established approximately four kilometers from the city center, its strategic location makes jumpstarting a Jeju vacation easy and hassle-free sine congestion patterns like traffic jams can be easily avoided. To add, while at the airport, travelers can use its modern amenities like duty free shops, cafes, restaurants, tourism desks, ATMs, currency exchange stations, luggage facilities, car rental kiosks, and many others.

 

·        Seoul Gimpo International Airport and Seoul Incheon International Airport

 

Seoul is served by two world-class airports: Seoul Gimpo International Airport and Seoul Incheon International Airport. Seoul Incheon International Airport is one of best airports in the world: service and facility-wise, but both are modern, aesthetically appealing, and everything in between. They are known for their top-notch enhancements that include restaurants, cafes, snack bars, currency exchange kiosks, air ticket sales offices, luggage equipment, and so on.

 

What about transportation?

 

·        Jeju International Airport

 

Reaching Jeju International Airport for a Seoul trip is easy thanks to Jeju’s extensively-planned transportation system, disciplined drivers, and spacious roads. To add, passengers can opt for city buses (fares cost around USD 3.47 or PHP 173.88), regular taxis (fares cost around USD 2.44 or PHP 122.26), airport taxis (fares cost around USD 3.71 or PHP 185.90), and rental cars (daily rental fees cost around USD 18.00 or PHP 910.98).

 

·        Seoul Gimpo International Airport and Seoul Incheon International Airport

 

Reaching Seoul’s tourist attractions, business districts, and other important locales from Seoul Gimpo International Airport and Seoul Incheon International Airport is easy and the city’s extensive road work, well-planned transportation system, and disciplined drivers, among others, play a key role here.

 

From Seoul Incheon International Airport, passengers can go for subway trains (fares cost around USD 3.51 or PHP 175.88), buses (fares cost around USD 2.49 or PHP 124.77), taxis (fares cost around USD 40.05 or PHP 2,006.90), and rental cars (daily fees cost around USD 59.00 or PHP 2,956.49).

 

From Seoul Gimpo International Airport, passengers can go for subway trains (fares cost around USD 3.51 or PHP 175.88), city buses (fares cost around USD 2.67 or PHP 133.79, taxis (fares cost around USD 48.95 or PHP 2,452.88), and rental cars (daily fees cost around USD 59.00 or PHP 2,956.49).

 

 

 

What are the visa requirements?

 

Passports and visas are not necessary when traveling from Jeju to Seoul because the South Korean government allows passport-free and visa-free privileges for domestic trips. Travelers only need to bring identification documents when doing so since authorized airport personnel need to verify the information of individuals who use Jeju Airport, Seoul Gimpo International Airport, and Seoul Incheon International Airport for air travel. 

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