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South Korea Return Flights: Arrive in Seoul, Return from Jeju Island (or Vice Versa) from $550 @ Scoot

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For reference: Open Jaw flights

Sale Period: (GMT+11) 1200hr 04 Jul 2022 (Mon) – 0259hr 11 Jul 2022 (Mon)
Travel Period: By 25 March 2023 (Blackout periods may apply over school holidays and event periods)

Scoot is now having an open jaw sale so you can fly to Seoul to enjoy your favourite shopping and eating spots and return refreshed from Jeju, the Hawaii of South Korea – or vice versa. Round-trip flights are now going from $550*!

You’ll be able to get the best of both worlds in one trip – from shopping in Myeongdong or Gangnam, exploring the cafés and clubs in Hongdae or admiring the Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul, to immersing in the wondrous nature and culture at the Seongsan Ilchulbong sunrise peak and Jeongbang Waterfall in Jeju.

Book your open jaw K-holiday now before our sale ends on 11 July, 0259h (GMT+11)!

Go on an exciting holiday that starts in one place and ends in another when you fly open jaw into Seoul and back from Jeju! You can head to Seoul to enjoy your favourite shopping and eating spots and then return refreshed after an island getaway in Jeju – or vice versa.

Round-trip flights to Seoul and back from Jeju (or vice versa) are now on sale from $550*! Simply click the ‘Book Now’ button below, select ‘Multi-City’ then key in your choice of cities to fly into and return from for your open jaw trip.

Get double the K-bbq, double the K-drama fun and double the sights, with our open jaw sale promotion! Book your tickets now before our sale ends on
11 July 2022, 0259h!

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Comments

  • Very tempting. Since Japan seems to be happy to shut itself off to tourists for the foreseeable future, South Korea might be perfectly placed to take advantage…

  • +4

    Jeju is amazing.

    • +1

      Unfortunately it rained 6 days out of 7 I was there.

    • Can recommend going as well, though you should rent a car. I visited the island in May, every day was blue skies, slightly humid.

      There’s a vast number of places to stay but it seemed a bit depressing seeing some hotels completely abandoned possibly due to Covid and/or the Chinese travellers shut out from travelling outside their country.

      Awesome food and drinks, try their mandarin/lime juice found at most tourist spots, and mandarin flavoured makgeolli (rice wine).

      Would go again to see the west side of the island.

  • sextuple vax required?

    Asking for a freind 😏

    • +4

      Nope, not even. I'm going in July September and emailed the consulate.

      https://overseas.mofa.go.kr/au-en/brd/m_3306/view.do?seq=760...

      Their response:
      "As the 7 days quarantine requirement has recently been lifted, anyone who holds a valid visa to enter Korea can travel and does not require quarantine, regardless of vaccination history. "

  • +1

    I had never heard of open jaw flights before, so thanks for introducing me to the lingo.

    • good point, should add it in

    • Fly into one destination in a country & leave by another. No backtracking to arrival point.

      Used to be a common airline practice. Online booking made it less available for cheap offers. Only way to do it is often 2 single bookings, which may be dearer.

    • I've done it a few times but never heard of the term before, makes sense though when plotting the routes on a map! did vietnam this way - into saigon and out of hanoi.

  • Great offer, waay too short notice though. Not sure I can get away sick for 6 days…

    • Just tell them you got covid..

    • +2

      waay too short notice though

      Travel Period: By 25 March 2023

  • +2

    Highly recommend visiting Jeju island.

  • +4

    Don't forget to apply for K visa before you fly to Korea.

    https://www.k-eta.go.kr/portal/apply/index.do

  • +3

    Looking for all sort of dates from melbourne and the cheapest seems to be ~ $900. How does one get the $600 price ??

  • +2

    I cant find ~$600 from Sydney either. What dates??

  • +2

    I did an open jaw ticket from Seoul to Santiago via Europe and back to Tokyo a few years ago - was probably the most amazing deal I will ever find - thanks to LATAM for the pricing error.
    I wouldn't have gone to Seoul otherwise and I loved it there - would definitely go back.

  • I need to fly back to Seoul for work but I can't seem to get your prices from out of Melbourne.

  • Can't find a single Sydney flight under $750, most are $900 or more.

  • +1

    Myeongdong is still quite the ghost town. A lot of empty buildings but the dumpling restaurant was worth the wait and the Nike store is quite nice.

    • Myeongdong has been hit hard over the years from the fallout between China and Korea (over THAAD) and then the pandemic.

      • Visited from the south east for the first time a few weeks ago. Stark contrast to my last visit around 2019. Can see why tourists liked it but hopefully opens doors to lesser visited areas.

    • That's sad to hear.

      I've booked my Xmas holidays to Seoul so hopefully things will be more lively by then.

      • +1

        I've lived in Seoul for 8 years, trust me, plenty to do. Amazing place.

  • +2

    No flight at all - is this a spam??

    • +2

      Can’t find any flights under $600

  • +1

    Cheapest ex Sydney Scoot is $600 plus $300 for check in baggage and meal. For that price, I can see there’s Vietnam Airlines for $829 and a Asiana / Qantas combo for $855 to Seoul return.
    https://bookings.beatthatflight.com.au/flights/SYD1810ICN251...
    The Asiana / QF fare seems to be only available through a sketchy third party, can’t seem to get the same fare on the QF or Asiana website direct though.

    • I have been toying with that QF/Asiana flight all week. GotoGate horror reviews and whilst I get the flight for around $750 return Mel>Sin>Icn, is it worth it?

      • +1

        have used gotogate and myholidays without issue, if that helps. And some of the others (trip.com). Never had issues. Only had to change one (myholidays) after borders closed, and they were slow to reply to emails as they had to go to Qantas to get responses as well (as would any travel agent). However, did get it sorted. Generally no issues unless you need to make a change with these 3rd party OTAs, then it can get bothersome, thus the negative review some of them get.

        • Good to know :D

    • -1

      have used gotogate and myholidays without issue, if that helps. And some of the others (trip.com). Never had issues. Only had to change one (myholidays) after borders closed, and they were slow to reply to emails as they had to go to Qantas to get responses as well (as would any travel agent). However, did get it sorted.

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