Getting In and Out of Korea
There are basically two ways in and out of Korea: by air or by sea. In general, travel out of Korea is expensive. Airfares offfered by the airlines themselves re not generally very good value. Internet bookings are also likely to cost you more than you need to pay since, as an expat, you cannot use the Korean websites for last minute or discount flights. Your best option is to go through travel agencies.
By Air: South Korea has two national airline – Asiana and Korea. A limited number of other airlines also fly in and out of Korea. However, sometimes it is necessary to take a flight out of Korea to another nearby country to connect with the full range of airline options.
By Sea - Boat/Ferry : South Korea has two international ports, one in Busan conecting to Japan and one in Incheon connecting to China. For more info on travelling by sea, click here.
Last Updated on 2011-04-19
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