Last-minute South Korea flights from $430 return - finder.com.au

Last-minute South Korea flights from $430 return

Posted: 15 May 2018 12:24 pm
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Time to add soju, kimchi and bulgogi to your travel vocabulary.

Low-cost carrier AirAsia is offering Australians the opportunity to fly to South Korea on a shoestring budget.

For a limited time you can pick up a return flight from Melbourne to Seoul for $430 return for travel during May and June.

Flights to Seoul are also available from Perth from $489 return, from Sydney from $495 and Gold Coast from $517, while Brisbanites keen on exploring South Korea can book return flights for only $581 return.

Sale fares are available from all corners of Australia and the cheapest fares are for last minute travel in May and June but there are also discounted fares for dates in July, August and November.

Visit our Flight Finder to key in your chosen route and dates to compare fares, dates and routes and snap up your flight at the best price.

This sale isn't part of any particular promotion so seats are on sale until sold out.


How good are these fares?

The usual AirAsia sale will offer fares from $279 one-way, saving you $128 off flights from Melbourne.

May and June is springtime in South Korea and is considered the prettiest time to visit, while November will have you enjoying the lowest rainfall and lively cultural festivals.

Flights to Seoul on sale

From
To
Return fare
Travel dates
Book
Melbourne
Seoul
$430
May 2018
Perth
Seoul
$489
June 2018
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Sydney
Seoul
$495
November 2018Search for flights through Flight Finder
Gold Coast
Seoul
$517
June - August 2018
Adelaide
Seoul
$563
July - August 2018Search for flights through Flight Finder
Brisbane
Seoul
$581
July - September 2018
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