News: Vietjet restarts international flights to Asian hubs
Seats to Bangkok, Tokyo, Seoul and Taipei are currently open to Vietnamese citizens studying, working, or visiting relatives overseas, or foreigners returning home from Vietnam.
16 days ago - Breaking Travel News
Seoul Sizzles with Food, Fashion, Palaces and Pageantry
Like the frenetic kitchen of a sold-out Korean restaurant, Seoul is hot, sizzling, a 24/7 mass of energy. Yet few travelers have the bustling South Korean capital of 25 million...
1 month ago - Global Traveler
News: Air Astana seeks to bounce back after Covid-19 losses
The Kazakhstan flag-carrier has restored flights to Moscow, Dubai, Tashkent, Frankfurt, Seoul, Bishkek, Kiev, Istanbul, Antalya and Sharm El Sheikh in recent months.
1 month ago - Breaking Travel News - 3 articles
Lotte Hotel Seoul Review
I have traveled to Seoul for years and have stayed at the Lotte Hotel Seoul often as it's centrally located, surrounded by business districts, museums and markets. But this...
3 monthes ago - Global Traveler
Asia Today: Seoul enforces distancing rules amid fresh spike
South Korea's capital has begun enforcing stricter distancing rules as the country added nearly 600 new coronavirus cases for the second straight day
4 monthes ago - Newsday
News: Korean Air to acquire rival Asiana Airlines
As part of the transaction, Korean Air will acquire low-cost regional carrier Air Busan, largely owned by Asiana Airlines, and fully-owned low-cost Air Seoul.
5 monthes ago - Breaking Travel News
Focus: Breaking Travel News interview: Morten Andersen, general manager, Signiel Seoul
With the Evian Spa at Signiel Seoul having been recognised as one of the best in Asia by voters at the World Spa Awards, Breaking Travel News chats to hotel general manager...
5 monthes ago - Breaking Travel News - 3 articles
Welcome Home! Now Go Straight to Quarantine
Some cities put international travelers under strict observation for signs of coronavirus infection. Others barely notice when they land. Dispatches from seven arrival halls.
5 monthes ago - NY Times
Covid-19 Upends South Korea's Thanksgiving, and Its Rituals
Millions have canceled family gatherings during this year's Chuseok harvest festival at the government's request. The anxiety is palpable.
6 monthes ago - NY Times
Incheon Airport Constantly Strives to Keep Up with the Changing Times
Incheon Airport , the largest airport in South Korea, opened in 2001, serving as a hub for Asiana Airlines , Air Seoul , Air Incheon and more. As the primary airport for Seoul...
6 monthes ago - Global Traveler
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