Visit Seoul for $292 return from Australia

Posted: 8 November 2016 11:57 am


Discover one of Lonely Planet’s top cities to see in 2017.

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It’s now just $292 return to fly to Seoul from Australia.

In the latest flight sale to Asia, fares to the South Korean capital are discounted to the lowest price we’ve seen from Australia.

While the cheap Seoul flights are available from Brisbane only for $292, you can also fly for $295 from Adelaide, $299 from Perth, $381 from Sydney.

These discounted flights are available for last-minute travel in November, when autumn colours are at their peak, and from February until May 2017, which offers prime viewing of cherry blossoms. Availability varies depending on which Australian city you’re flying from.

These Virgin Australia flights are actually operated by its partner Singapore Airlines, a 5-star airline that was named as the third-best airline in the world in the 2016 World Airline Awards.

Seoul was recently named one of the top 10 cities to visit in 2017 by Lonely Planet, citing Cheonggyecheon, its urban waterway and park, and the soon-to-open Seoul Skygarden as just a few reasons to visit.

By booking these flights with STA Travel, you’ll save more than $700 compared to what Singapore Airlines is charging on its website. Virgin Australia doesn’t directly sell flights to Seoul.

While there’s no end date set for this sale, we imagine they’ll sell out quickly.

AdelaideSeoulFebruary and March$295
PerthSeoulNovember, April and May$299

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