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SEOUL INCHEON AIRPORT - World's 2nd Best Airport - Transit at Incheon Airport, South Korea

We are at Incheon Airport- Korean: 인천국제공항 - in Seoul, South Korea. This is a tour of South Korea´s biggest and busiest Airport, Incheon Airport or Seoul Airport. Incheon Airport is rated among the best airports in the world and has one multiple awards over the year to back that up. Awards include Skytrax Awards and Airports Council International has given it a best airport worldwide award.

We have just arrived at the airport on a Korean Airways Flight from Ho Chi Minh City and have another connection flight with Korean Airways to Amsterdam. That means that we are going to be in transit at this Korean Airport´s main departure terminal for at least six hours. This inside Incheon Airport tour aims to show you what one of the world´s best airports has to offer passengers arriving, departing or who are having connection flights to or from this Airport close to South Korea's capital city Seoul. The video includes our disembarkation from the aircraft and begins after we have passed the security control area and arrive in the main departure hall. This video shows the viewer what Duty Free Shops and services, restaurants, bars and other services this Korean Airport has to offer. We also take the time to do some plane spotting out of this airports huge panoramic windows, where we see heavy aircraft such as a Korean Air Boeing 747, an Air France Boeing 777 an Asiana Airlines Boeing 777 and an Asian Airlines Airbus A380, so watch out for that part of this Airport tour video. This airport tour is rounded off with our visit to the Sky Hub Lounge . The Sky Hub Lounge is available to all passengers including First Class Passengers, Business Class Passengers and Economy Class Passengers. As we were flying Economy Class we had to pay for access to this airport lounge. The Sky Hub Lounge was comfortable and the price included snacks, hot and cold light meals, hot and cold beverages and alcoholic beverages. The lounge also had two complimentary computers with internet access for passengers to use. The Sky Hub Lounge was situated on the 4th Level and had some lovely views of the Incheon Airport Check in area. Incheon Airport provides all passengers with fast WiFi which is free to use and easy to connect to.

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Wiki writes about Incheon Airport, Incheon International Airport (IIA) (IATA: ICN, ICAO: RKSI) (Korean: 인천국제공항, sometimes referred to as Seoul–Incheon International Airport) is the largest airport in South Korea, the primary airport serving the Seoul Capital Area, and one of the largest and busiest airports in the world. Since 2005, it has been rated the best airport worldwide by Airports Council International every year. It is also rated as the world's cleanest airport and the world's best international transit airport by Skytrax...The airport has a golf course, spa, private sleeping rooms, an ice skating rink, a casino, indoor gardens and a Museum of Korean Culture. Airport authorities claim that average departure and arrival takes 19 minutes and 12 minutes respectively, as compared to worldwide average of 60 minutes and 45 minutes respectively, ranking it among of the fastest airports in the world for customs processing. Its duty-free shopping mall has been rated the world's best for three years in a row in 2013 by Business Traveller. Incheon International Airport also

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Korean Food Tour - SHORT RIBS BBQ and Juicy FRIED CHICKEN on 14-Hour Incheon Airport Layover!

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Flying from Bangkok to Honolulu, my wife and I had a 14 hour layover at Incheon International Airport. I’ve been to Seoul a few times already, but I had actually never been to Incheon, the city where the airport is really located. So we decided to head into Incheon city, eat as much as possible on our airport layover, then return to the airport to catch our next flight.

Sinpo International Market - We started off at Sinpo International Market. It was extremely cold, and we were freezing!

Sinpo Charm (신포참닭강정) - Sinpo Market is known throughout Korea for their amazing Korean fried chicken which is known as dakgangjeong. It’s a sweet spicy fried chicken, and you’ll find about half a dozen restaurants in this market serving it. The chicken was pretty tasty and addictive, but it was too sweet for me.
Total price - 18,000 KRW ($16.86)

Coffee - 8,700 KRW ($8.15) for 2 - It was so unbelievably cold in
Incheon, that we couldn’t really walk around very long, so we stopped to have a cup of coffee and warm up a bit.

Korean BBQ (탑숯불갈비) - This was one of the best Korean barbecue kalbi (beef short ribs) experiences I’ve had in Korea. It was a friendly family run restaurant and everything from the short ribs to all the sides, were spectacular. If I had an Incheon Airport layover and wanted to leave the airport, just eating a Korean bbq meal like this would be worth it.
Total price - 32,000 KRW ($29.97)

Americano - 4,000 KRW ($3.75) - We had another cup of coffee, it was so cold.

Hongdubyeong (홍두병) - 2,000 KRW ($1.87) - Incheon, South Korea, is famous for its Chinatown. Although it was a bit quiet when we went, it was still nice to walk around. There’s a snack you have to try called Hongdubyeong (홍두병).

Sang-Won (상원) Restaurant - Finally to end this Korean food tour of Incheon on our layover, we went to one last restaurant to eat a dish you can’t miss when you visit Incheon - Jajangmyeon. It was my first time to really have an authentic version of the dish, and even though it doesn’t look all that appealing, it’s absolutely delicious. Incheon is the birthplace of jajangmyeon, which is a Korean Chinese dish.
Total price - 13,500 KRW ($12.64)

Taxi from Incheon to Airport - 37,500 KRW ($35.12)

We were so tired, we decided to take a taxi back to the airport. And it proved to be much easier and not that expensive than public transportation. I’d recommend just taking a taxi if you go to Incheon during your airport layover.

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my SOUTH KOREA trip: Delhi to Seoul : Asiana Airlines

With this video starts my Korean series. This video is based on my direct flight from Delhi to Seoul by Asiana Airlines. I have shared the flight fare from Delhi to Seoul. This also features Incheon airport, the main airport of Seoul city. #AsianaAirlines #Seoul #IncheonAirport

0:00 - Why am travelling to South Korea!
2:40 - How to say thanks in Korean
3:43 - Asian Airlines, Direct flight India to Korea
6:35 - Indian Passengers misbehaving in International flight
8:37 - Immigration Incheon Airport Arrivals
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12:00 - Incheon Airport WiFi
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Indian food & Hindi speakers in Seoul | Gyeongbokgung Palace & SHOPPING at Insadong street


This video is based on my trip to Gyeongbokgung Palace & Insadong street in Seoul. Both are the major tourist attractions in Seoul. I have shared the opening time of Gyeongbokgung Palace and a trick to escape the entrance fee of Gyeongbokgung Palace.
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0:00 - They speak Hindi in Korea
0:43 - Hamilton Hotel, Itaewon, Seoul
1:34 - Hanbok rental shops, traditional Korean dress
2:55 - Gyeongbokgung Palace Free Entry
4:23 - Gyeongbokgung Palace Tour
7:24 - Free Public toilets in Seoul
8:23 - Insadong Street Introduction
10:06 - Religion in South Korea
11:49 - Shopping at Insadong Street
13:29 - Indian food in Seoul

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UNIQUE KOREAN 7-ELEVEN FOODS at INCHEON AIRPORT TERMINAL 2

Eating at a KOREAN 7-ELEVEN in Incheon Airport Terminal 2, KOREA! Having lived in Korea for a year, first we shop my favorite Korean products and give you a 7-eleven food tour of innovative and unique Korean 7-Eleven food which showcase the best of Korean culture. What would you buy at a Korean 7-Eleven convenience store?



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WE BECAME KIDS IN KOREA (Everland, Seoul) | TAX-FREE SHOPPING FOR TOURISTS

This video is based on my visit to Everland Resort in Seoul. It is the biggest theme park in Korea. During the visit, I happened to pass from the rush hour traffic of Seoul city. I observed a few things which can be helpful to reduce traffic congestion in urban areas. I hope this video reaches to the concern authorities so that they can implement the best practices to solve the traffic jam problem in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, etc. Also includes Tax-free shopping for tourists in Seoul and Best app for maps in Korea. #Seoul #Everland #TaxFreeShopping

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1:30 - How Seoul tackled its Traffic problem
3:55 - Highest speed Seoul Highway
4:38 - Everland Entry gate, tickets
4:48 - Korean Google - Naver App (Maps, Translation)
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UZBEKISTAN: New Visa Rules (Good News) | Uzbekistan Airways | Tashkent Airport Review


This video is based on my transit at Tashkent Airport, Uzbekistan. I took Uzbekistan Airways flight from Delhi to Tashkent and then Tashkent to Bishkek. I had a layover of more than 12 hours at Tashkent Airport. I have reviewed the facilities at the airport for the convenience of the passengers. There are a few problems at the airport which a passenger will have to face, but I have also provided a few suggestions, tips to overcome those problems. I have also shared information about #Uzbekistan visa for Indians.
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7 Travel Tips in Jeju Island, Start from Jeju Airport

7 Travel Tips in Jeju Island, Start from Jeju Airport. Just lillte information.

1. SELECT THE TRANSIT IN BUSAN
For any passport holders who wish to visit Jeju are exempt. But we recommend that you select a transit in Busan, as there is a direct route to Jeju. Whereas if via Incheon Airport in Seoul, you have to move the airport to Gimpo Airport which serves the route to Jeju Island.

2. RENT POCKET WIFI IN JEJU AIRPORT
For internet access, in Jeju provides many wifi spots are easily accessible, but not in all places. Supermarkets, museums, shops, hotels and tourist information center was the site of a public place that provides sport free wifi, there are even some open park that provides free wifi. If you want a more secure and cost-efficient can rent pocket wifi when arriving at Jeju airport, with fares of around 4,800 won per day

3. USE THE BUS FOR TRANSPORTATION
Transportation in Jeju is quite comfortable, you can go everywhere by Bus with prices quite affordable compared to taxi and car rentals. As an illustration, the journey by Bus from Jeju airport to Seogwipo takes almost 2 hours, with fares 5500 won. Or equivalent to Rp. 60,000. The lowest Bus fares around 1250 won or about Rp 15,000. But if you want to use a more private mode of transportation, you can rent a car widely available at Jeju airport, with fares of about 39000 won up to 78000 won per day.

4. LEARN ABOUT THE MAP OF JEJU FOR TRAVELING HEADERS
For the most efficient time and expense should learn the Bus routes to determine the destination. You can get brochures available Bus routes in Jeju airport. Bus routes in Jeju are very clear and easy to understand.

5. PREPARE A LIST OF TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
Arrange the list of places that want to visit according to your interest, as Jeju offers a great selection of interesting sights. for instance, there are various Museum in Jeju, mountains, beaches, waterfalls and several festivals in the conduct of each one.

6. ALWAYS BRING PAPER AND A PEN
The majority of the people of Korea United Kingdom speaking difficult. Paper and a pen will make it easy for you to communicate with the locals if you would like to inquire about the route or direction. And once assisted, don't forget to say, kamsahamnida.

7. SHOPPING FOR SOUVENIRS IN DONGMUN MARKET
If you want to buy up souvenirs that don't drain bag, you can go to Dongmun Market. This is a traditional market selling a variety of goods from fish, vegetable, fruit, clothing and a variety of souvenirs cheaper half price on appeal at the souvenir shop.
Here are 7 tips if you are on a vacation to the island of Jeju in South Korea

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INDIAN VEG TOURIST IN KYRGYZSTAN: First-day challenge on Camera


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Korean Veg Food & Village | Tax Refund at Incheon Airport, Seoul | Bye Korea


This video is based on my visit to Myeong-dong, a market place to buy cosmetics in Seoul. After this, we had a vegetarian Korean dish called Bibimbap at an authentic Korean Restaurant. This video also features the Namsangol Hanok Village and the Tax refund procedure at Incheon Airport. I again thank @ktoindia for organising this trip.
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0:22 - Previous video -
1:04 - myeong-dong street - Luxury, Fashion & Cosmetics shopping
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2:23 - Veg Korean Food - BIBIMBAP
4:18 - Hanok Village Tour - Traditional Korean Homes
6:22 - Why did Korean leave Buddhism for Christianity
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9:30 - Seoul to Incheon Airport
10:23 - Self Checkin Asiana Airlines Incheon airport
11:15 - Incheon airport Departure - Tax Refund Process
12:10 - Guess his age!
14:40 - Forex, Free shower, Drinking water - Incheon Airport

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4. Walking around Gangnam, CoEX Mall and Dongdaemun

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Check out our DIY Korea Itinerary for 6 days:

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Jan 10, FRIDAY - Gyeongbokgung, Seoul City Hall, Incheon, Namdaemun and Myeongdong


Jan 11, SATURDAY - Nami and Vivalki Ski via KLOOK, and Hongdae


Jan 12, SUNDAY - Gangnam, COEX Mall, Express Bus Terminal and Dongdaemun


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**Myeongdong Shopping Street
**Namsangol Hanok Village

Jan 15, WEDNESDAY - Departure
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WORLD'S FASTEST DD ELEVATORS IN GANGNAM STYLE (Lotte Tower & Gangnam Sq) : SEOUL


This video is based on my visit to Seoul, Korea. On the second day of my Seoul trip, I visited Everland Resort. Then I visited Lotte World Tower, Gangnam Square and Nanji Camp Ground. These are some of the worth visiting places in Seoul. So if you are looking for places to visit in Seoul, you must watch this video. This video is a part of the short series. Series link is shared below. #KoreaTourism #IndianTraveller #SeoulAttractions

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0:58 - Lotte World Mall
2:10 - Lotte World tower observation deck tickets
2:54 - Lotte World Fastest Elevators (Half KM in 1 Min)
4:45 - Scary observation deck
6:39 - Seoul city roads and traffic jams
7:50 - Gangnam style at Gangnam Square
9:33 - Nanji Camping Ground

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How to get D.8 visa in korea and go canada america and Australia

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SEOUL METRO: Are Koreans better than us in Manners!

This video is based on my trip to Seoul, the capital of South Korea. I used the Seoul Metro or Subway. So if you are looking for how to use Seoul Subway Metro, then this video is for you. It includes details like Seoul Metro Fare and the full process of buying a Metro ticket. In the later part, I visited Hongdae which is one of the most happening places in Seoul.
#SeoulMetro #Hongdae #Korea

0:00 - Seoul Metro, Subway Introduction
0:46 - Incheon airport to Seoul city duration
1:03 - Korean Tourist Guide intro
1:38 - How to pronounce Seoul
5:11 - Best way to explore Seoul - Subway Metro
6:45 - Ticket Vending machine Seoul Subway
8:03 - Best metro etiquettes by Koreans
9:13 - Seoul Metro from inside
11:30 - Free WiFi by Seoul Subway
12:19 - Hongdae, most happening place, shopping

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ABOUT ME
I'm Varun.
I am a full-time traveller now (yes, I quit my job to follow my dreams). I love solo travelling & meeting people. After travelling extensively in Incredible India for years, I stepped out of my country and realised, how beautiful the world is! I started making travel web-series in Hindi with full of travel tips and tricks, especially for budget travel and sustainable tourism. My dream is to inspire people to explore this beautiful world and learn the best things to make our world a better place to live in. I was awarded the prestigious 'National Tourism Award' by the Government of India for my contributions in the field of promotion of Tourism. Thanks to my viewers, because of whom now I get invitations from across the globe to visit their places and show them to the world.

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Best Restaurants and Places to Eat in Incheon , South Korea

Incheon Food Guide. MUST WATCH. We have sorted the list of Best Restaurant in Incheon for you. With the help of this list you can try Best Local Food in Incheon. You can select best Bar in Incheon.

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List of Best Restaurants in Incheon

The Cinder Bar
Relish
Pizzaria Napoli
Sinpo Korean Style Sweet and Sour Chicken
Hwanghae Kalguksu
Poolside 228
Food On Air
Danjizip
Paul
Sky Hub Lounge

KAL Lounge Incheon Terminal 1 SkyTeam Lounge Vietnam Airlines

We visit the KAL Lounge at Seoul Incheon Terminal 1! Today, we fly on Vietnam Airlines from Seoul Incheon to SGN Ho Chi Minh city, and onward to Singapore. We arrived at the Incheon Airport early, having read and heard how crowded it would be, and definitely it was crowded but fortunately we managed to do our Tax refund and also check in, security and immigration clearance fairly quickly.

Once inside the restricted area, we made our way to the KAL Lounge, as the CHeck-in counter lady had told us. The lounge is BEFORE the train ride to the Concourse, where our aircraft was (Gate 111), so you have to use the lounge and factor enough time to get to the plane because you still need to take a train to get there.

I read from the internet that this KAL lounge (located besides the Starbucks) was new, opened in June 2019. The signages were not great and we couldn't find it at first, until we asked a member of staff who told us in a deep Korean accent that it was 'besides Starbooks'.

Getting in was straightforward, as we had lounge passes issued by the check-in. The lounge itself wasn't very big, since it was only meant to cater to SkyTeam alliance members and not KAL. I was told KAL flies from Terminal 2 (maybe they have a few flights from Terminal 1, not sure). So the KAL Lounge at Terminal 1 wasn't big. It certainly felt new. We were there during breakfast hours, and there was a decent hot food selection (4 choices of hot food) plus some vegetarian porridge. There were some pastries and croissants, but I didn't see breads and a toaster. There were sufficient drinks, a nifty beer machine, and instant noodles. I pretty much tried most of the stuff I wanted to try, including the beer machine, and instant noodles.

THere were also 3 massage chairs and I managed to snag 1 and had a massage for about 10 minutes until I got bored. The windows were large and overlooked the Terminal gates, but because the were tinted in a certain way (probably to avoid the afternoon sun), I could get a good view of the airplanes.

Overall, it was a decent lounge, but certainly can't be called flagship by any standards. Oh, it is NOT a Priority Pass Lounge. I checked my Priority Pass app and it didn't have this lounge for Seoul Incheon.

Thanks for watching! Do catch my flight review videos for this trip.

Travel Tips For Your First Day In South Korea

HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR TRIP TO SOUTH KOREA? Our first days in South Korea were challenging and we had an adjustment period because of jet lag, different language, transport, and food. In this video you'll find how to get around South Korea, getting adjusted on the first few days, Couchsurfing, and safety tips.
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¿CÓMO APROVECHAR AL MAXIMO TU VIAJE A COREA DEL SUR? Nuestros primeros días en Corea del Sur fueron desafiantes y tuvimos un período de adaptación debido al desfase de horario, diferentes idiomas, transporte y comida. En este video vas a encontrar cómo moverte por Corea del Sur, cómo adaptarte en los primeros días, Couchsurfing y consejos de seguridad.
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Cheapest place to stay in Seoul | AirConditioned Camps

Nanji Camping Ground is the place where a backpacker or camper can stay for as low as 250 INR in Seoul which is considered not to be very budget-friendly when it comes to hostels, etc. I believe such campsites should also be in India, especially on the riverfront like the Yamuna.

0:00 - PREVIEW- Cheapest place to stay in Seoul
1:10 - Nan ji Camping Ground
3:20 - Best place for Backpackers in Seoul
5:00 - We need this on Yamuna riverfront in Delhi
6:40 - Nan Ji Camping ground Entry fee

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# Russia series -
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# Mizoram series -
# Egypt series :
# USA series:
# Mauritius series :
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# Pakistan (Kartarpur) series -

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ABOUT ME
I'm Varun.
I am a full-time traveller now (yes, I quit my job to follow my dreams). I love solo travelling & meeting people. After travelling extensively in Incredible India for years, I stepped out of my country and realised, how beautiful the world is! I started making travel web-series in Hindi with full of travel tips and tricks, especially for budget travel and sustainable tourism. My dream is to inspire people to explore this beautiful world and learn the best things to make our world a better place to live in. I was awarded the prestigious 'National Tourism Award' by the Government of India for my contributions in the field of promotion of Tourism. Thanks to my viewers, because of whom now I get invitations from across the globe to visit their places and show them to the world.

SUPPORT ME
# BOOK HOTELS & HELP ME
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About Korea, the real Joseon Dynasty with Tourmate TeMin Kang

If you hope to feel real Korea then follow me!
our first place is Gyeongbokgung Palace, residence and an office for the kings of Chosun Dynasty. every year many foreigners come to Korea and visit Gyeongbokgung but they don't know about the history of Gyeongbokgung. but I can answer any questions about the history of Drink tea. Why was Gyeongbokgung Palace built? When was Gyeongbokgung Palace built? What is the history of Korea Gyeongbokgung Palace?

After we take a look at the Palace, walking to Anguk station. then We can see many traditional restaurants. there are so many Korean traditional foods, for example, Bori gulbi(Bukchon Jogakbo Restaurant), Mandujeongol(Kkangtong Mandu Restaurant), Pyeongyang naengmyun(Bukchon Pyongyang naengmyeon Restaurant). You will enjoy real Korean food that you have not heard of normally!!!

After dinner Walking through Hanok village, we arrive at Last place 'cha masineun tteul', a traditional Korean cafe also built in Hanok style. it has a beautiful garden and we drink Korean tea(for example Gukhwa cha, Deachu cha, Omija cha etc). You will feel the beauty of the Korean ancestors when you see the beautiful garden with the most famous flower ice tea.

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