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Find cheap flights to South Korea from C$ 517

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FAQs - booking South Korea flights

  • To enjoy numerous sports events in South Korea, which airport should a traveller fly into?

    Flying into GMP Airport is the ideal option to see local sporting events while in South Korea. The majority of stadiums in South Korea are located in or close to Seoul City, the nation's capital. Seoul Olympic Stadium and Seoul World Cup Stadium are two great places to see your favorite regional sporting events in South Korea, especially on weekends. You can take a rail, bus network, hire car, or use taxis from GMP to get to these stadiums.

  • How simple is it to fly to South Korea with kids from Canadian airports?

    To lessen the likelihood that your kids may grow tired on the Canada-South Korea trip, think about flying with airlines that provide free internet connectivity. Delta Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways are two examples of the airlines that provide free internet service between Canada and South Korea. Your children can stream live their preferred TV shows and cartoon networks using the internet features offered by these carriers.

  • Do I need a visa to enter South Korea?

    Canadian citizens in possession of a Canadian passport can enter South Korea without first obtaining a visa. Canadian citizens are exempt from needing a visa for tourism, visiting or business for up to six months. If you are from another foreign country, you will be required to obtain a visa issued by the Korean embassy or consular office in your home country.

  • Are there any direct flights to South Korea?

    There are several non-stop flights to South Korea from Canada. Air Canada and Korean Air both offer direct fights to South Korean airports, mainly from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) and Vancouver International Airport (YVR).

  • Which airport in South Korea has the best facilities?

    Consider flying into Incheon International Airport, as this award-winning airport boasts a range of impressive facilities and services. It is home to the Museum of Korean Culture, an ice-skating rink, a golf course, private sleeping rooms, a spa, a casino, a video game centre and an indoor garden.

  • Which South Korean airport is close to Gyeongbokgung Palace?

    Gimpo International Airport is 1h from Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul. Alternatively, Incheon International Airport is 1h 45min from the palace via public transportation. You can take the subway to Gyeongbokgung Station on line 3 using exit 5.

  • Is there an airport on the island of Jeju?

    Jeju International Airport (CJU) is the second largest airport in South Korea. It is located at the centre of Northeast Asia, making it convenient for flights to Japan, China and Southeast Asian countries. The airport also offers domestic flights to Gimpo International Airport in Seoul.

  • How long is the flight to South Korea?

    An average direct flight from Canada to South Korea takes 24h 26m, covering a distance of 15643 km. The most popular route is Toronto - Incheon with an average flight time of 14h 35m.

  • What is the cheapest flight to South Korea?

    The cheapest ticket to South Korea from Canada found in the last 72 hours was C$ 500 one-way, and C$ 984 round-trip. The most popular route is Toronto Pearson Intl to Incheon Intl and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was C$ 1,381.

  • Which airlines fly to South Korea?

    Air Canada, Asiana Airlines & Korean Air fly the most frequently from Canada to South Korea. The most popular route is from Toronto to Seoul, and Air Canada, Asiana Airlines and Korean Air fly this route the most.

  • What are the most popular destinations in South Korea?

    The next most popular destinations are Busan (1%) and Jeju City (0.4%). Searches for flights to Daegu (0.1%), to Cheongju (0.1%) and to Ulsan (0.0%) are also popular.

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Top tips for finding cheap flights to South Korea

  • Enter your preferred departure airport and travel dates into the search form above to unlock the latest South Korea flight deals.
  • Gimpo International Airport (GMP), which serves as South Korea's main airport, is where the majority of visitors from Canada arrive. The GMP Airport is the finest place to land if you desire to explore South Korea's well-known and advanced cities, like Bucheon, Gwangmyeong, Goyang, and Siheung.
  • The vast majority of business travelers opt to fly into GMP Airport, despite the fact that there exist scheduled flights from Canadian airports to Incheon International Airport (ICN) and Gimhae International Airport. GMP Airport is a favoured airport for travellers on business travels due to its closer proximity to Seoul City, which is the country's capital and is home to the bulk of South Korea's corporate headquarters.
  • Taxis are the quickest mode of transportation between Seoul Gimpo Airport (GMP) and Seoul Central City Bus Terminal. This option will cost you about ₩ 33,000 (C$ 34) and take 21 minutes. The line 5 metro, which takes 48 minutes and costs around ₩ 1,500 (C$ 1.57), is the cheapest route to commute from Seoul Gimpo Airport to Seoul City Hall.
  • If you are planning to visit South Korea at the beginning of February, avoid travelling between the 4th and 6th of the month when Korean’s celebrate Lunar New Year’s Day, known as Seollal. This period will be very busy as many Korean’s head back to their home cities and flights are often more expensive.
  • Before you travel on your flight to South Korea, you must ensure that you have a valid passport and are not carrying certain items including literature, photos and films that violate Korean constitutional orders.
  • If you are planning to visit Seoul, the capital city of South Korea, then you have a choice between two airports. Incheon International Airport (ICN) is South Korea’s largest airport and is 48min from the city centre, while Gimpo International Airport (GMP) is a 15min train journey from Seoul.
  • In order to visit lots of cities during your trip to South Korea, book a flight to Daegu International Airport (TAE), situated in the heart of Gyeongsang-do province. Home to various UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites, a national park and Tripitaka Koreana, the largest city in the area is Busan which is 48min south of the airport.
  • For the largest variety of airline options, fly into Incheon International Airport and take a domestic flight from there to other parts of South Korea. This airport is a major hub for Asiana Airlines, Korean Air, Air Incheon, Air Seoul, Jin Air, Eastar Jet and Jeju Air. As well, Incheon is the main city of China Southern Airlines.
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Top 5 airlines flying to South Korea

Need help choosing which airline to fly with from Canada to South Korea? KAYAK airline reviews give an overall score for each airline based on loads of factors, including comfort, boarding, in-flight entertainment and more, to make your decision easier. See airline scores according to KAYAK reviews.
8.5
Korean AirOverall score based on 1259 reviews
86boarding
82food
88crew
83comfort
86overall
82entertainment
Airline reviews

Stewardess are nice. Food could have been better and should have a better dessert. They do not offer scotch or beer. You have to ask for it. I also was not happy that you do not serve ginger ale and or cranberry juice. This is my first time that an international flight do not have this. I go home overseas every year and when I travel through ANA, Delta, Qatar, JAL, Asiana Air, United Air. they all serve this two very famous drink. You do not have a great snack tray.

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Stewardess are nice. Food could have been better and should have a better dessert. They do not offer scotch or beer. You have to ask for it. I also was not happy that you do not serve ginger ale and or cranberry juice. This is my first time that an international flight do not have this. I go home overseas every year and when I travel through ANA, Delta, Qatar, JAL, Asiana Air, United Air. they all serve this two very famous drink. You do not have a great snack tray.

You did not put me on a Korean Air flight! so I do not have nothing to say

Wonderful cabin crew!!!!! Food was poor, in flight entertainment was just ok. They need to serve more water on a 15 hour flight--we were dehydrated and kept asking for water.

Going through security a second time to get on the next Korean Air flight was utterly ridiculous and unnecessary. We were in a International secure area.

Always fly with Korean Airlines. Best service great food. Nice and clean as always.

Crew was awesome, absolutely the best, Food was excellent also. Movie selection was mostly modern duds. However, I love Korean Airlines

The website is difficult if you don't have an account and sign in as a guest. Seat selection/change is only allowed after they send you an email which I would never received. Otherwise, the Korean Air flight crew was great. Just go to back of plane for snacks and drinks. They provide pillow, blanket and headphones. Movie selection wasn't great imo.

Food was just ok, not as tasty as in other airlines. The temperature in the aircraft was a bit warm so it was not comfortable for me and my husband.

I was handled by some very rude CSA's in DFW. I was forced to check my carry-on as I was flying economy. You are now allowed only 10 kg total on all carry-on items. As my carry-on was 10 kg, and my backpack was 2 kg, I was made to check my luggage. I find this procedure unfair, as many other passengers in economy CLEARLY had more than 10 kgs. If KA insists this is their policy, then it should be enforced uniformly for everyone. TO INCLUDE Business and First Class. They are allowed 18 kg now. From my perspective....absolutely ridiculous. This was the first time in over 35 years I have been made to check my carry-on. I am EXTREMELY disappointed 😞

Spokane airport was easy to get through. Seattle having my arrival and international departure gate so close to each other was fantastic! The waiting area though was a bit confusing about where to sit for my gate.

I could not choose my seat prior to check in

I had the most wonderful experience from CEB bag drop through deplaning. The staff, the aircraft, food, and cabin crew were all amazing. I want to give a kudos to Marky from Mactan Cebu's Asiana airport staff for his exceptional customer service and assistance.

JetBlue's check-in was great, but there was an in-flight attendant who was very rude and unkind. I didn't realize that the bathrooms were already locked 30 mins prior to landing and needed to use the restroom. Instead of politely asking me to return, she rudely told me, 'NO, bathrooms are locked! Go back to your seat!' The JetBlue flight was more than an hour delay, which made me almost miss my connecting flight with Asiana. I understand the reasoning, but the action they took to get a hold of maintenance was time consuming. It took them more than 30 mins to get a hold of maintenance and for maintenance to get started. The Asiana flight and crew were wonderful, in general. They waited for us who were delayed from the previous flight before they took off and were very kind to take my checked baggage's info. Seats were a little uncomfortable for such long flight, but service and flight attendants were great! However, my 3 checked baggages are missing! They're lost somewhere in the transition. I'm writing this review 3 days after my arrival to the Philippines, and my 3 checked baggages, where my wedding dress is, are all still missing! I and the CEB airport crew have sent multiple emails to both JetBlue and Asiana, and neither has responded to any of our emails. Although, I was able to get in contact with JetBlue's Interline Department who confirmed that the bags were turned over to Asiana without confirmation details.

The full flat bed was not that comfortable, hard and lumpy., too much space wasted with those bulky walls and divisions instead of making the bed 3-4 inches wider. The compartment where you put your feet is like a shoebox, poor design. Toilets of A350 are just too small, sink is too small

Aside from a LOT of turbulence the flight was perfect! The flight crew was superb and the food was delicious!

The seats (legroom) are tight and chairs cushion is stiff (not comfortable). The crew was courteous, professional and friendly. There was no food / snack for this flight (very short flight, but still would be nice to provide some snack for the enjoyment).

FA were very great, plane was A350 new and clean

The crew attended to my needs and the foods served are delivious.

Compared to Eva Air and JAL Asiana food is pretty mediocre. Snacks between meals are almost nonexistent. Wish they had cups of noodles or some mixed nuts.

There was a misunderstanding during check in that it was a mandatory requirement to make hotel reservations for quarantine without it you can’t board the airline.So we had to booked a hotel last minute and it was the wrong hotel since it’s not accredited by DOH Philippines. Since it was last minute we can’t get a refund or cancel the hotel. It was stressful and unnecessary hassle.

Check in was seamless , crew very polite , arrived on time!

Flight arrived early even after leaving late. Bag drop was a zoo, very slow even after using pre-checkin and airport kiosk.

Nothing special. Unacceptable wait for baggage on arriving in Calgary

Three hours on the tarmac before a four hour flight. I was hungry given the long wait, yet still had to pay for food service

Departure delay on a late night flight. Made us even later. Tired but got home.

Entertainment was the only issue. I did not have app & not equipped to watch movie on my phone. Used to other carriers with access to a screen for viewing. Other than that, everything was fine.

I had planned to watch the Westjet entertainment for the entire flight however, because the seat mounted outlets in our row did not work.

Westjet forced me to put my carry-on baggage in check-in probably because I was assigned seat 23A (the last row seat), which had no cabin space, which is unfair. I wanted to carry on my luggage so that I don't have to wait at the airport for my luggage. Also, because there was no cabin space, I was forced to keep my laptop bag under the seat, which I didn't want to as I was carrying 2 laptops and charger. The airline should basically tell people that if you are assigned a last row seat, then you are not allowed a cabin baggage or a personal item.

We were late boarding, but it all worked out. So, no problem.

Not a bad flight but our priority tagged luggage was the very last to come down the carousel.

Very organized check in and boarding experience. Good crew very helpfull.

United tried to bump me. We pay good money to get on the plane we are scheduled to ride in. To hell with United Airlines.

Everything was fine except that the ground personnel in Toronto wasn't able to operate the jet bridge, so that everybody was stuck in the plane after landing for 40 min, so I missed my connection.

Boarding pass could not be used in normal way due to reasons beyond my knowledge, there was argument for 3 hours and the whole episode was miserable specially when you are traveling with 83 yr old sr ctz in such long hall flight. Air india should be avoided if possible, Lufthansa should take a note of this harassment

J ai resté plus 5heures dans l attente du vol et je n'ai pas pu être à l'aise et le retards d'avion ça me dérange et c'était très dur journée pour moi malheureusement

They have more than 4 hours delay, and broken all my bags

The full flight boarded early, and then we sat on the tarmac for a long time waiting to get our plane de-iced. The crew was professional and pleasant, and the flight was pleasant overall, albeit slightly delayed. I did not use any of the entertainment options.

I purchased a tickket with Lufthansa but "operated by" United Airlines. At the airport United staff were unable to help me select a seat on the portion of the flight actually run by Lufthansa. Nor was I able to check in over the web, possibly to self-select my seat. The link given in the check in email claimed my flight record locator ID was invalid.

Very short flight so the limited space and lack of entertainment were no issue. Crew was friendly and the flight was very punctual. Baggage claim in Prague was lightning quick.

Simply the best way to get nonstop to Europe. if you’re lucky, there’s clear skies with views of Arctic or the aurora at night.

It went well until they lost my baggage in Toronto. Bagging tracking stopped after my bag was unloaded in Toronto. My bag tag has been inactive since. I had over a 2 hour layover and there is no excuse for lost baggage with that time frame and only after one flight

-kayak did not give me advanced notice to my e-mail for my flight and I had major trouble finding the code to access Air Canada’s site because you did not provide it to me and incompetent Air Canada did not have any access based on my name alone. WTF -The flight was delayed twice. -They moved the boarding area -They said I would give free checked baggage because the plane was full and they charged me over $30 -They didn’t get my luggage on to the plane and left without it and I’m heading to a cruise ship. -I have lost one FULL day of my limited holiday and had to cancel scheduled events because my luggage did not get on the plane (even though the plane was delayed). -The “wheresmyluggage.com site is a total incompetent disaster that caused additional stress. -I will be sharing this experience

Plane was a Rouge vacation flyer for some reason. No legroom and entertainment. People were desperately looking for USB ports and such. And then there is this notorious and unsolved space problem where not all carry-on fits in the cabin….

It was a full flight and it went smoothly. I sleep most of the flight and I did not buy any food. Landing was perfect and the luggage came out in a reasonable time.

I really find they have good service but need to serve meals on flights longer than 5 hours. Very cheap of them as I am a large stock holder and find they can afford it. Really like tracking my bag and the updating of flight info etc on my text and emails.

The wifi I paid for did not work. The seats are tight.

The seats werr comfortable Would like a better snack that a tiny bag of pretzels

There were no free snacks…little pretzel bag or cookies like we had on our flight out.

They did not have any meal options left on the menu. Only snacks.

Mostly crew good and the flight was safe and comfortable but service was lacking. For an overnight flight of 8hrs 50 it took some two hours to get served a drink and dinner after take off. I asked for Laurent Perrier champagne and was brought Perrier water, which I queried and asked where was the champagne. No response. The issue came up again an hour later when dinner was starting to be served and I was asked whether I wanted another drink, when I reminded I was still waiting for my first champagne! Apologies ensued but dinner service was quite slow. For breakfast I never did get served the hot course! So - no complaints and compliments on the safety of the flight but service underwhelming (and I brought them candies!)

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