The final lap of our duty is assisting our students to get on and get to South Korea and experience the country for themselves. We understand that moving to a new country comes with its challenges, as it is a completely different environment, people, and language. But not to worry, RocApply is here to navigate through your first days in the country, we are with from the application process right up to your first few settling days.
There are many airports in South Korea spread across many cities but travelers flying in for the first time have the option to travel through the 8 international airports in the country. The two largest airports being Incheon International (ICN) or Gimhae International (PUS) Airports located in the capital Seoul and Busan, the two largest metropolitan cities in South Korea.
Incheon airport is the larger of the two airports and generally known to have more international flights and over 130 destinations, but Gimhae has 24 airline carriers with more domestic flights. Both airports have world-class architecture and design and on average more than 50 million passengers make their way through these airports annually.
Gimhae Airport takes the overall edge when it comes to attractions within the airport, and the airport has been recently renovated and updated.
The biggest attraction about journeying to South Korea is the distance from the airports to big cities like Seoul, Ulsan, or Daegu, many of them only take about an hour by express train and some just a few mınutes by bus or car.
Other international airports in South Korea are;
- Jeju International Airport (CJU)
- Gimpo International Airport (GMP)
- Daegu International Airport (TAE)
- Muan International Airport (MWX)
- Cheongju International Airport (CJJ)
Airline Carries that Travel to Cities in South Korea;
|Korean Air (National Carrier)
|Air New Zealand
|China Eastern Airlines
Please contact us to know which airlines fly directly to South Korea from your home country or your country of residence.