From abroad and as a general rule one should fly first to Seoul's Incheon Airport and then travel either by public transport (40 minutes) or by fast taxi (30 minutes) to Gimpo Airport, and from Gimpo to board one of the very frequent flights to the airport in Jeju. The flight from Gimpo to Jeju is inexpensive, very frequent, and takes about an hour.
Although from certain countries one can fly directly to Jeju International Airport: there are direct flights to Jeju from Japan's Tokyo, Fukuoka, Osaka and Nagoya, China's Beijing and Shanghai, Taiwan's Taipei, and Thailand's Bangkok.
Click here for helpful but limited information on flights and airlines (FBIT cannot guarantee the accuracy of this information). More detailed travel information may be posted here in due course.
China Eastern Airlines
Birmingham UK via Dubai
Far Eastern Transport
http://www.fat.com.tw/en/Ewebpage_beta3.asp TransAsia Airways (GE861, GE 862)
The currency of the Republic of Korea is the Korean Won. Exchange rates to this currency are available here
About Jeju Island
Jeju Island is a large island located just off the south western most shores of the Korean mainland. It is sometimes described as "the Hawaii of Korea"! Information about this relaxing island and its many resorts can be found here and here
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The FBIT Secretariat, Ms Hyun-ah Kim
Science & Engineering Research Support Center (SERSC), Korea.
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