Cheap Flights From Tokyo to Seoul

Flight information Tokyo to Seoul

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Average flight time, total distance 1219 kilometres

2h 20min

Seoul Incheon Int'l and Seoul Gimpo

2 airports

Seoul, South Korea’s biggest city and its economic as well as political capital is a perfect mix of sacred mountains, ancient palaces, and vibrant shopping districts. With close to 10 million residents, this metropolitan area renders a menu of captivating options for vacationers. Some of its primary draws are Samgak-san (Three Horns Mountain), a huge fortress that contains Shamanic shrines and about 100 Buddhist temples, Gyeongbokgung Palace, probably the most grandiose royal residence in the country’s northern region; and Apgujeong, an affluent district in Seoul and a place that fashionable flock.


Putting the abovementioned attractions into consideration, it can be said that it is easy to get lost in the city of Seoul. For this reason, it would be best to not to go there “unarmed”—with essential information—like airport-related matters. It should be noted that purchasing air tickets and signing up for promo deals are the easy part and it takes a little hard work to achieve a hassle-free vacation. This is true even for those who would be coming from Tokyo, Japan.


What airlines fly the Tokyo – Seoul route?


Flying over from Tokyo, Japan to Seoul, South Korea is a breeze thanks to the availability of non-stop and connecting flights that are offered by reputable airline companies. Peach Aviation, Japan Airlines, Hahn Air Systems, Asiana, Korean Air, All Nippon Airlines, Jeju Air, and Jin Air, among others offer non-stop flights; while China Southern, Shanghai Airlines, China Eastern, Air Busan, and Delta Airlines, to name a few, offer connecting flights.


What should passengers expect from the airports?


·         Tokyo Narita International Airport and Tokyo Haneda Airport


There are two civilian airline infrastructures that serve as jump off points of international travelers who are on their way to Seoul, South Korea: Tokyo Narita International Airport and Tokyo Haneda Airport. The former can serve up to 32 million passengers annually while the latter—after its expansion in 2010—can accommodate up to 90 million passengers annually. Both are clean and boast of modern amenities like ATMs, Wi-Fi (free and paid), departure and arrivals lobbies, dining options, designer boutiques, shopping centers, shower facilities, and day rooms (bedrooms that are rented by the hour), among many others.


·         Seoul Gimpo International Airport and Seoul Incheon International Airport


The city of Seoul, together with its surrounding airports: Seoul Gimpo International Airport and Seoul Incheon International Airport. The former is South Korea’s third-largest commercial aviation facility, while the latter is the largest airline infrastructure in the country and has been heralded as one of the finest airports in the world. Both are modern as well as stylish and are composed of world-class enhancements that include fast food outlets, cafes, snack bars, taxi stands, ATMs, currency exchange kiosks, luggage equipment, air ticket sales offices, and the like. 


What about transportation?


·         Tokyo Narita International Airport and Tokyo Haneda Airport


Getting to either Tokyo Narita International Airport or Tokyo Haneda Airport is easy thanks to Tokyo’s well-planned transportation system, enormous roads, and disciplined drivers.


To reach Tokyo Narita International Airport, passengers can turn to shuttle buses (USD 7.55 or PHP 364.66), Keisei Electric Trains (USD 20.26 or PHP 978.55), taxis (USD 211.10 or PHP 10,196.13), and rental cars (daily rates start at USD 68.79 or PHP 3,322.55).


To reach Haneda Airport, passengers can opt for express buses (USD 9.49 or 458.36), taxis (about USD 58.96 or PHP 2,847.76), and rental cars (daily rates start USD 68.79 or PHP 3,322.55


·         Seoul Gimpo International Airport and Seoul Incheon International Airport


Visiting Seoul’s most sought after tourist destinations from Seoul Gimpo International Airport and Seoul Incheon International Airport is convenient due to Seoul’s spacious roads and well-coordinated transportation system. From the former, passengers can opt for subway trains (USD 3.51 or PHP 169.53), city buses (USD 2.67 or PHP 128.96), taxis (USD 48.95 or PHP 2,364.28), and rental cars (daily rate starts at USD 88.30 or PHP 4,142.18). From the latter, they can turn to subway trains (USD 3.51 or PHP 169.53), buses (USD 2.49 or PHP 120.67), taxis (minimum of USD 40.05 or PHP 1,934.41), and rental cars (daily rate starts at USD 88.30 or PHP 4,142.18).


What about food expenses?


Food are more expensive Tokyo, Japan than in Seoul, South Korea. For instance a meal in a regular restaurant may cost USD 9.40 or PHP 454.02 at the former, but only about USD 6.17 or PHP 298.011 at the latter.


What are the visa requirements?


Japanese passport holders do not need to apply for a visa to visit Seoul and other parts of South Korea. They can stay in the country for up to 90 days or three months, but they should make sure that their passport is valid for the entirety of their stay and should have an onward/return air ticket.

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