Business class flights to Seoul are cheaper than you think when booking with us. This bustling and technological capital of South Korea features an array of beautiful, towering skyscrapers. We work with all major airlines and our aim is providing you with the best service, at a cheap price.
Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, cheap business class flights to Seoul are made easy when using Just Fly Business; you will have your very own personal travel consultant who will arrange all your flights, hotels, airport transfers and car hire.
One of the most iconic structures in South Korea, the Changdeokgung Palace is a 600-year old UNESCO World Heritage site and is considered to be the jewel in Seoul’s crown. Known for its incredible architecture and expansive gardens, it is a beguiling sight that everyone can enjoy.
Holidays to Seoul are usually dominated by sightseeing, with a trip to the National Museum of Korea at Gyeongbokgung Palace being a popular activity. Located on the grounds of a palace that once had more than 7,000 beautifully designed rooms, it offers a fascinating insight into the nation’s history and the fabled Chosun dynasty.
If you have a penchant for museums, you should also check out Deoksugung Castle. Located in Sejong-daero, it is a mid-15th century palace that is currently home to the Royal Museum, featuring artefacts from the last 600 years of Korean history.
If you pursue the selection of available, tailor-made tours in Seoul, you will find that many are designed to explore the cities stunning natural landscape. Hiking through the Bukhansan National Park offers a prime example, while there are a variety of trails suitable for every different skill level.
A private tour with very few equals, this trip allows you to drive along the North Korea Spy Commando Invasion Route, while listening to background information on the fortified border that separates the north from the south. This tour starts in Seoul, and it offers a fascinating insight into the history between the two nations.
One of the world’s most poignant war memorials, the War Memorial of Korea features emotive examples of war memorabilia, artwork and military equipment that was actually used during conflicts with North Korea. This is a great family excursion, and one that provides a fascinating contrast to luxury Seoul holidays.
Located in North-eastern Seoul, the Grand Walkerhill Seoul is one of the city’s most accessible and popular business venues. It is ideally located and boasts superb amenities for those arriving on business flights to Seoul, while there are also a total of 11 meeting rooms and cumulative conference space of 5,000 square-metres.
During holidays to Seoul, you will notice a number of international hotel chains taking pride of place in the cities centre. One of the best is the Plaza Seoul, which is part of the Autograph Collection that has been designed to suit the needs of business travellers. There is a total of 2,000 square-metres of meeting space available, and seven large rooms for conferences.
While ‘Gangnam style’ may have become a pop-culture phenomenon following the efforts of musician Psy, the Hotel Novotel Ambassador has been a purveyor of class and high quality in Gangnam for years. This hotel is located in the heart of Seoul’s newest commercial precinct, with a total of nine meeting rooms available and total conference space in excess of 1,500 square-metres.
During flights to Seoul, you will probably travel over a number of prominent city locations and districts that boast excellent transport links to Seoul. Gyeonggi-do, Gangwon-do and the bustling city of Incheon are all less than 70 miles from Seoul, while the popular town of Gwangju resides a total of 167 miles from South Korea’s capital.
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