Sale: Fly Australia to Seoul from $667 return on Vietnam Airlines

Andrew Munro 7 April 2017 NEWS

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Find great deals to South Korea and find out for yourself why Seoul is a top destination.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

Fly from Sydney to Seoul and back for $680 or Melbourne to Seoul return for $667.

While these aren't the lowest they've ever been with $292 return fares having crossed our desks last November, but they're getting a lot closer and outpace usual sale prices on all-inclusive carriers which sit closer to $868.

As a bonus, Vietnam Airlines is full service, so you won't have to pay any extra for luggage, in flight meals or entertainment.

Flight dates run through May to December so there are plenty of dates to choose from, and can include stops in Hanoi or Ho Chi Minh city.

You can also find even lower prices with budget airlines, starting from Sydney to Seoul for $376 return with AirAsia, but may need to add luggage or others at extra cost.

These aren't part of any sale and are simply available until sold out. However, to get your preferred travel times, sooner is better.

Book through I Want That Flight for your trip to South Korea, and to explore more fares.

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