Seoul - Post Report Question and Answers

What is your home city/country? How long is the trip to post from there, with what connections? How easy/difficult is it to travel to this city/country?

We came from Washington DC. There is a direct flight from Dulles. - Mar 2022

DC. There's a direct flight that's a little over 14 hours. Not bad for getting to a post in Asia. - Nov 2021

West Coast, about 15-18 hours depending on connections. Easy travel to pretty much everywhere in the United States, but you are guaranteed at least one long flight. - Feb 2020

You can get a direct flight from Seoul to Atlanta but the USG probably wont pay for it. Most flights route you to SFO and then another connection or your final stop. Plan for at least 2 connecting flights and a 15-18 hour trip. Price can be reasonable if you plan ahead. - Feb 2016

Seattle, WA. There are non-stop flights, about 10 hours each way, with a confusing time/date change. - Feb 2016

D.C. Flights from the U.S. Are about 12 hours. - Jul 2015

Washington, DC. There is a nonstop from Dulles but generally you connect through Detroit, Dallas or San Francisco. - Feb 2015

Utah, about a 24-hour trip with layovers (generally in Seattle and Japan). There are direct flights from San Francisco that are shorter. - Jan 2014

Los Angeles - Flight is about 10 hours with many major airports in the U.S. that should offer direct flights to Incheon Airport, which is a major Asian hub. - Sep 2013

Washington, DC.The flight from Dulles to Seoul, Incheon is about 14 hours. It's about 19 hours, if routed through Tokyo with a two hour layover. - Jan 2011

Las Vegas. One hour to LA, 11 hours to Seoul - Dec 2010

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