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All reviews hour layover long layover south korea insadong street incheon airport through immigration free showers five hours gyeongbok palace buddhist temple longer layover the main desk included lunch bibimbap hour bus ride comfortable lounge chairs beef stew
Everything was so well organized. They have different tours for different layover schedules. It includes the tour bus and the tour guide. They even have jackets if the weather is cold and you didn't bring any. They make it so easy to join these tours....More
When I booked a ticket to Vietnam via Korea, I didn’t realize the length of the layover 14+ hrs each way. No wonder tickets were cheap! I booked a hotel for that time then I wondered what to do during that time? Enters the Free...More
I had a 10 hour layover in Seoul and am so incredibly happy I did the 5 hour Traditional Tour. It was nice to talk to like minded travelers and get out of the airport and have a look around in such a great city....More
I've been through Seoul several times with long layovers, but have never taken the transit tour. In theory, it sounds great - they organize the travel, it is (mostly) free, and you get kill time while seeing a new city. The reality of it is...More
We landed around 6:30 am in Korea and since we thought nothing would be open we lazily went through customs and immigration etc. As it turns out, we wish we had hustled so we could get on the 8am tour that leaves the terminal. It’s...More
We arrived in South Korea around 9:00am in the morning and had a 10 hour layover. We decided to take one of the tours. It cost us $10.00 US funds which included lunch. We learned a lot from the enthusiastic tour guide, she really made...More
I arrived at the airport at around 5 in the morning. The arrival area is so confusing. Got pass security and custom and has to asked couple of times to locate the booth. I thought Korean has better command of English (compare to Japanese). Wrong!...More
When I booked my flight to the Philippines via Asiana airlines I saw that I had a 10 hour layover in Korea. I was at first dreading that because since I don't have any airline status and don't have access to business lounges what can...More
Response from steve9631 | Reviewed this property |
All the "free" airport tours, are day tours, and I believe they end return around 16:00. I'd check their website though to confirm. There are always guides you can book online, but daylight is waning at that... More
All the "free" airport tours, are day tours, and I believe they end return around 16:00. I'd check their website though to confirm. There are always guides you can book online, but daylight is waning at that time of day, and Seoul is an hour from the airport.
I'd google for options, and hit the TA forums for ideas and/or advice. Good traveling in any event.
On my way back to Canada from Hong Kong, I flew Asiana and stopped over at Icheon for a day layover. Since Air Can and Asiana both are under Star Alliance, I checked in my luggage in HK and they would automatically transfer... More
On my way back to Canada from Hong Kong, I flew Asiana and stopped over at Icheon for a day layover. Since Air Can and Asiana both are under Star Alliance, I checked in my luggage in HK and they would automatically transfer them. I didnt have to claim my luggage so baggage free when I went through custom and security at Icheon. The girl at the counter is smart and even offered to change the seat so me and my friend could seat together. I am quite impressed with the service offered by Asiana on the ground and on the flight. Seriously, we all know service offered by Air Can and North Americans airlines now lagged behind many asian airlines. These tours drive you around with big coach so you can leave your luggage in the bus. I regret though joining these tours and would rather chill out inside the airport.