Review: Korean Air


So, I’m going to take a quick moment to express how much I LOVED travelling with Korean Air.

I’m certain I could rave on and on for hours about the spectacular service, friendly flight attendants, tasty food and level of comfort (which was superb, by the way!) but then this review would end up being too long, and no one would want to read it.

So, I’m going to keep it short and sweet.

Korean Air is AMAZING.

Okay, so maybe I should take the time to explain why…

1) In comparing their service to Air Canada, flying with Korean Air was a far more enjoyable experience. I suppose Air Canada isn’t terrible, but for the small difference in price, it was worth it to fly with Korean Air. You have a personal television located in the back of your seat that has a wide variety of games, movies, television shows, news – everything (in both English and Korean), so there’s always something to keep you busy on the long flight!

2) Another bonus was all of the cute things they give you on the flight. You get a mini tooth brush, disposable slippers, hot towels, a blanket and pillow, as well as an endless supply of snacks, juices and other drinks. You are also treated to two meals  could rival any other airplane food (or at least I think so, but then again, I haven’t flown much in the past).

*I had Bibimbap for dinner, and an omlette for breakfast and both meals came with a slew of side dishes! For airplane food, both meals were fresh, tasty and well-balanced. No complaints whatsoever about the food.*
In conclusion, I had a wonderful experience flying with Korean Air! If you ever have the chance to come to Seoul, the flight may be long, but taking the journey with Korean Air will make travelling all the way to South Korea a lot eaiser and a whole lot more enjoyable!

2 thoughts on “Review: Korean Air

    • It feels as if you’re already in first/business class when you’re in Economy class on a Korean Air flight, eh? It’s crazy!
      I have a hard time imagining what it might ACTUALLY be like… I suppose there might be private 노래방 rooms, fancy cocktails and Korean BBQ for a meal?
      Although, something tells me that Karaoke would be too loud, and a BBQ would be impossible and an extreme fire hazard. Haha.

      We can dream though, right?!

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