Flying into Incheon Airport in Seoul for the First Time | Korea Travel Vlog

Flying into Incheon Airport in Seoul for the First Time | Korea Travel Vlog
Hi guys! Hope these travel tips are helpful if you’re planning to fly to Incheon airport any time soon. Its seriously one of the best airports I’ve ever been in (and trust me, I’ve been through a lot of airports) so don’t be nervous about getting lost ๐Ÿ™‚

Airport Bus Info:
Wow, tbh I’ve never looked at it written in English before and it looks a little intimidating lol! I’d suggest using Ctrl+F to find a keyword instead of trying to read each and every bus stop ๐Ÿ™‚ If you need help let me know!

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Flying into Incheon Airport in Seoul for the First Time | Korea Travel Vlog

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  1. Great video as always! I will add some pointers for the 1st time traveler from the US. 1st & foremost, Korea petty much shuts down at night, yeah, some places run 24/7 but they are far & few between. For those of you that do not know, Incheon Airport is on an island, a long way from Seoul (about 50 km/31 miles), Cari says take the bus, agreed. For you US travelers, Delta, a major airline that got a slot in the new terminal 2, has a very annoying habit of landing at 9:30 pm (at least from Detroit). The buses stop running here at 10:30 pm & the train/subway shuts down at midnight. You have to land, get off the plane, clear immigration, make your way to the luggage carousel, get your bags/clear customs and get to the bus within 1 hour and more times than not, you will fail. A taxi to Seoul as of May 2018 is between $60/$70. For those of you booking reservations to Korea, DO NOT land here at night, better to be inconvenienced with a departure time in a city you know than to land here in the middle of the night & face major expense/problems. FYI I have flown here 20+ times.

  2. Your videos are very useful I watched a lot of travel video but yours are so in-depth, and interesting to me for some reason.

  3. Hi, I would like to know if thereโ€™s a lot of wheelchair accessible at the subway in Seoul .

  4. I'll be visiting Seoul in October 2018 and I want to ask if your AirBNB code is still valid? If yes, do I just enter the code upon booking a place? And is it valid for any country that person is from? (I'm from Singapore)

  5. lmao… what a jackass…I can't believe the pilot said there was zero visibility! awesome pro tips!

  6. Hello, I was just wonder what the average time it takes to get from the plane to the subway station as I have an evening flight and my hotel has a check in time by 11pm.. Thank you

  7. Thank you so much! I'm flying in three days. First time alone, first time so far away (coming from Germany), i am so nervous and this video helps me so so so so much! Especially the bump thing, i would have freaked out if it came out of nowhere! Thank you so much, really! This video is perfect!

  8. Hi Cari, thanks for yet another helpful video!
    I'm just like you, it comforts me to feel prepared and to know exactly what to expect when I arrive at a new place! ๐Ÿ™‚ I wanted to check up the airport buses now but the link in the description box isn't working anymore, do you have one that works?
    I will need to get to Sinsa Station upon arrival.
    Kind regards! /Linda

  9. Thank you for this video! I'm flying in alone (for the first time) to study abroad this summer and I'm super super nervous. This made my anxiety 100% better ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Im planning to use the bus next week for my first time in Seoul. Question, do you suggest I get my money exchange first to pay for the bus ticket and second, do the bus stands understand and speak english?

  11. Hey ๐Ÿ™‚ Really happy to find this video, really help me with some doubts that I had. Do you know how much time the immigration process take? Itยดs unpredictable but how much time do you think that will take? Iยดm traveling form Japan to Portugal and I have 9h stop in Korea so I wish to spend some time in Seoul. Could you help me ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks.

  12. If we move to Korea can we use our US iPhone 6 with the Korean SIM card in it or do we need to buy a Korean phone? Thank you…your videos are so helpful! ๐Ÿ˜€

  13. What if I just have a layover in Incheon? Do I still go through immigration and customs? Also what if I have a 9hr layover, is it practical to get out and explore?

  14. OMG!!!! you have no idea how much I appreciate this information!!!! Thank you so very much!!! You are the first I hear this kind of info from and I'm really not fond of flying so it's suuuper helpful to know this kind of things in advance!!!! Loving your channel!!! see you around!!!

  15. hey, thanks for making the video. i am just like you, i like to be prepared ๐Ÿ˜€
    i just want to know if i need to put in the adress (arrival card) in hangul or romanization or is both okay? ๐Ÿ˜€

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