Flights from Brisbane to Seoul

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Compare Cheap Brisbane to Seoul Flights


No matter if you’re travelling to South Korea for business, planning a history-infused holiday, or if you just want to escape the heat of summer, look for cheap flights from Brisbane to Seoul on Webjet. If discovering the hidden charms of Seoul are on your bucket list or you want to get lost in the vastness of the large shopping mecca at Dongdaemun Market, snapping up great deals on flights means you’ll have more money to spend when you arrive. Find the best deals on airfares to Seoul and get your Korean holiday started today!


 

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The best time to visit Seoul


Escape the heat of Brisbane’s summer to enjoy cold weather in Seoul across the equator. Winter months of December through February in Seoul experience -6°C (20°F) temperatures and plenty of snow. If you enjoy skiing and light crowds, January may be the best time to score cheap flights from Brisbane to Seoul. Traditional festivals encompass many of the autumn months between September through November. Aside from comfortable 20°C (68°) days, visitors can enjoy changing foliage throughout the city. Fewer crowds will also allow for shorter lines at many of the attractions as well as decreased accommodation rates. Monsoon season in the summer months of June through August can leave make for hot and humid days. Unpredictable rains can put a damper on many outdoor activities. Seoul’s spring gives way to blooming flowers, warmer temperatures and increased travellers. The pleasant 23°C (75°F) days are perfect for sightseeing and hiking. 


 

Departing From Brisbane


Korean Air offers direct flights from Brisbane (BNE) to Seoul’s Incheon Airport (ICN) as well as the smaller Gimpo International Airport (GMP).. The long-haul flight will take a little less than 10 hours and includes a meal, on demand entertainment, as well as ample leg room. Other airlines that offer cheap airfares from Brisbane to Seoul include Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Virgin Australia and China Airlines. Common stopover locations include Beijing, Guangzhou, Hong Kong and Singapore.  


 

Getting to Brisbane International Airport


Save even more money on your trip from BNE to ICN or BNE to GMP by taking the 20-minute ride to Brisbane airport on the AirTrain. For only $15 AUD, the AirTrain is perfect for solo travellers or small group. Trains run every 15 minutes during peak times and every 30 minutes during off-peak times. You can hop on the train at the Park Road, South Bank, Brisbane Central, Fortitude Valley, or Eagle Junction stations. If you’re travelling with your family or you want a private transfer to BNE, Uber or the black and white cabs can get you to the airport for about $33 AUD one-way. 


 

Parking at Brisbane International Airport


Depending on traffic and time of year, driving to Brisbane airport from can take about 20 minutes. Book your car park in advance to guarantee you have a space in your preferred area - and for the best rate.


 

Where to Park at Brisbane International Airport


You have enough to worry about before your flight. That’s why Brisbane airport offers four convenient international parking options including valet parking, short and long term parking close to the terminal, and covered and uncovered Skypark options. Head to Brisbane International’s online parking page to snag the latest parking deals for pre-booking your slot.
 
Valet: This premium option will not only save from having to hunt down a car park, but it also means you won’t have to stress about getting to the terminals. The short walk from the valet parking area to the terminals is less than two minutes. You will also enjoy the express entry and exit from the park. For your international flight from BNE to ICN, head to Level 1 at the International Terminal car park and a friendly attendant will take care of the rest. The first full-day rate for valet is $86 with each subsequent day $20.
Park Long: This lot is the closest self-park lot for your trip to Seoul. You’ll find your pre-booked slot between Levels 2-5 at the International Terminal car park and it is a short walk to the International Terminal. The full-day rate for the first 24 hours is $56 and each additional day is $20.
AIRPARK: With 24/7 surveillance you can park here any time of day and hop on the shuttle service to the terminal doors. AIRPARK provides both covered and uncovered options to suit your needs. A full day’s parking in the uncovered lot is only $20AUD. The covered lot features parking shades for each spot with a first-day’s parking fee of $37AUD.


 

Arriving in Seoul


 

Seoul is serviced by two airports. Most Brisbane passengers will fly into Incheon International Airport (ICN). Korean Air, Southern China, and other airlines may arrive at Gimpo International Airport (GMP).


 

How to Get from Incheon International to Your Seoul Hotel or Accommodation


 

Once you’ve cleared customs, you’ll have a few options available to get to your hotel. The Airport Railroad Express (AREX) runs out of both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. The direct route from Seoul airport to the city takes about 43 minutes from T1 and 51 minutes from T2. You can purchase the $9,000 WON ($11 AUD) one-way fare ticket from the Transportation Centre in the Arrivals hall. The airport bus is designed to take passengers directly from Seoul airport to their hotel with the fewest stops possible. Fares vary by distance, but you can purchase your transfer outside the Arrivals hall at each terminal. Taxis are a convenient transfer option in Seoul. Most fares start at $3,300 WON ($4 AUD) and can be arranged outside the Arrivals hall. If you prefer an English-speaking driver, see a transportation attendant at counter 23 or 46 in the Arrivals hall to make arrangements. 


 

How to Get from Gimpo International Airport to Your Seoul Hotel or Accommodation


There are several ways to get to your Seoul hotel from Gimpo International Airport. The Airport Railroad All Stop Train runs from GMP to Seoul Station. The ride from Gimpo International Airport to the heart of Seoul takes about 20 minutes and will cost 3550 WON ($4.35 AUD). Airport Limousine Korea’s route 6021 bus line offers a comfortable 40-minute ride from GMP to Seoul Station for $7000 WON ($8.57 AUD). An 18-minute taxi ride from GMP to downtown Seoul will cost approximately $30,000 WON ($36.75 AUD).


 

Things to do in Seoul


As South Korea’s capital, travellers to Seoul can experience contemporary attractions as well as the highly regarded ancient traditions. If the weather is nice, trek to the peak of Namsan Mountain where you’ll find the octagonal structure known as Palgakjeong. There, you’ll have spectacular views of Seoul and the grounds surrounding Namsan Park below. If you’re not up for the hike, you can take a cable car to the summit. Head to Changdeok Palace, known as Changdeokgung to locals, for to learn about the history behind the Joseon dynasty’s struggles to keep South Korea’s independence from Japan. One of the highlight attractions at Changdeokgung is the secret garden. Book onto a guided tour of this magnificent garden, which is also dubbed Biwon. More than 56,000 varieties of trees and plants make up the garden, as well as lotus pools, fountains and stunning pavilions. If you’re in the mood for some retail therapy, head to Dongdaemun Market. This shopping mecca spans more than 10 city blocks and includes 26 malls with more than 30,000 specialty shops. If you’re visiting the market for the first time, the size and crowds can be overwhelming. 


 

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