Asiana Lounge Seoul


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Asiana Lounge Seoul

I liked that the Asiana Business Class lounge offered ample seating, thanks to fairly spacious right hand and left hand sides of the lounge. The overall design is fairly nice, with large windows on one side and a less sterile feel than in most lounges with the bookshelves. That said, plenty of business class lounges have space and are quite well designed; I feel the Asiana Business Class Lounge doesn’t compare well to, for example, Cathay Pacific’s The Wing Business Class Lounge, where I’ve always managed to get a shower, and which also has a noodle soup bar with more appetizing food than Asiana’s lounge offers.
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Asiana Lounge Seoul

I’ve reviewed the Korean Air lounge in the satellite terminal before, so was curious to see how the Asiana lounge compared. I should note that both airlines have bigger lounges in the main terminal, so these are just their secondary lounges, largely contracted out to other airlines. For what it’s worth, the Asiana lounge is also accessible to Priority Pass members.
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Asiana Lounge Seoul

I think I ICN does really well for who it caters for, which is the majority of passengers that use the airport who fly in coach. It’s the little things that make a difference, for example free shower facilities, free coaches to lie down on (just around the corner from the KAL Asiana lounge), fast Internet (no logins required) etc. Shopping is also catered towards the Koreans who seem to have no problem falking out cash on luxury items. As for things to do, they have a beautiful i door garden, movie theatres, a museum and even an ice rink (although they are all landslide near around the UFO looking building) I do admit though their premium flyer experience is pathetic. While all this might not appeal to the premium flyer it does to the other 90%. Finally technically ICN do have a fast track line but not for premium passengers. If you checkin you bags, get your boarding pass and clear immigration in Seoul (Seoul station & city air terminal COEX) there is a seperate gate for you to enter which can get you airside within 5 mins
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Asiana Lounge Seoul

Relax before boarding the flight, experience the premium service offered by Asiana Airlines at the Asiana Airlines Lounge, the ideal place for both business and relaxation. Enjoy the best-quality services in our premium lounge.
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Asiana Lounge Seoul

The Asiana Business Class Lounge is actually in two parts, a right hand side and left hand side, so altogether, there’s quite a bit of seating. The right hand side tends to be a bit busier. Decor is similar although not quite as elegant as Asiana’s First Class Lounge–that is to say, a faux library design.
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Asiana Lounge Seoul

If you are an economy class traveller, you can wait for your flight in the comfort of the Asiana Lounge at Seoul Incheon Airport. Below you will find helpful information such as: lounge location, hours, services, and lounge access for economy class travellers.
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Asiana Lounge Seoul

I am from Seoul – and have been using ICN ever since it opened in 2000. ICN used to be great until around early 2010s, but is really facing overcrowding nowadays. The security is really getting longer and longer especially because satellite terminal does not have separate security lane. Immigration is also becoming overcrowded. ICN really needs another terminal with its own security and immigration. It seems that Terminal 2 is due open in 2017 – and really hope it doesn’t get delayed anymore. Fast track for premium passengers would be very appreciated, but Koreans probably won’t accept that – they are really against giving special treatment to those who spend more money – which is kind of pity. I haven’t been to Asiana lounge on main terminal, but Korean Air lounge on main terminal is an unpleasant surprise. I’d take BA Galleria in LHR over KE Lounge in ICN any day.
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Asiana Lounge Seoul

In March, I took a red eye flight on Asiana from Singapore to ICN with a connecting flight (6+ hour layover) on an Air Astana-operated flight with an Asiana code to Astana, Kazakhstan. I took that route (starting in Melbourne) specifically because I was trying to get Lufthansa miles on the flight and their call center said this would be acceptable. They lied and I lost the miles on a full fare business class flight (7 hours) as a result. I was supposed to fly on the 767 and at the last minute, it was substituted with a smaller 757 with the slanted seats. While service was excellent in business class, a woman died in economy class on the plane about one hour after take-off. I assume the reason we didn’t divert is because there are large swathes of barren land on that route I spent 6 hours or so in the profiled lounge. The massage chair was top-of-the-line one of the very best I had ever sat in.
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There are two Asiana business class lounges at Seoul Incheon Airport. I have only visited the lounge in the main passenger terminal but there is another one is the west departure/satellite terminal. Fellow UPGRD blogger, Rocky, has reviewed both of them. You can read his reviews here and here. Matt has also reviewed the main passenger terminal business class lounge. You can read his review here.
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In March, I took a red eye flight on Asiana from Singapore to ICN with a connecting flight (6+ hour layover) on an Air Astana-operated flight with an Asiana code to Astana, Kazakhstan. I took that route (starting in Melbourne) specifically because I was trying to get Lufthansa miles on the flight and their call center said this would be acceptable. They lied and I lost the miles on a full fare business class flight (7 hours) as a result.
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The business class lounge is very similar to the Asiana Airlines First Class Lounge in design and decor. However, the first class lounge is a more intimate space, less crowded and has a better food and alcohol offering. They are both beautifully decorated and reminded me of elegant libraries. The mahogany walls, high-back chairs, baby grand piano and clean colors created a warm yet very luxurious space and the large windows made the lounge feel bright and airy with views of the gates and runway.
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The food selection wasn’t great, though it was better than the selection in the Korean Air lounge, in my opinion. I could be mistaken, but I believe there’s a better food selection in Asiana’s lounge in the main terminal.
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The Asiana lounge was perfectly fine, and significantly nicer than the Korean Air lounge next door. In both cases, I believe the airlines’ lounges in the main terminal are nicer, as most flights out of the satellite terminal are operated by partner airlines, so they don’t try quite as hard.
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I really liked both Asiana lounges at ICN, but the thing I liked the most about the main terminal one, is the small stalls with a comfy chair in it. Almost gives you a little suite by yourself. Food wise, I found it to be basically the same. The main terminal lounge had a chef making some sort of hash brown last time I was there (Feb. 2016), which was great.
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I really liked both Asiana lounges at ICN, but the thing I liked the most about the main terminal one, is the small stalls with a comfy chair in it. Almost gives you a little suite by yourself.
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After my brief visit to the Turkish Lounge, I headed over towards the Etihad Lounge at around 6:30PM, right as it opened. The Etihad Lounge is located at the far end of the A Concourse, right by gate A14. The lounge is quite literally at the end of the… Continue Reading »
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After my brief visit to the Turkish Lounge, I headed over towards the Etihad Lounge at around 6:30PM, right as it opened. The Etihad Lounge is located at the far end of the A Concourse, right by gate A14. The lounge is quite literally at the end of the…
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Lounge in the main terminal has the same options, just more spread out. The main lounge does have decent showers and a few massage chairs. It’s not particularly great, even the first class lounge is just ok. The food court is decent, but people like ICN mostly for the landside options (movies, ice rink, etc.).
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As you go up the escalators and enter the lounge, there is a long reception desk to the front and a very beautiful A380 model. There are two sides to the lounge (on either side of the central reception desk) and you can go back and forth between the two sides. The right side of the lounge is slightly larger than the left side and you will have more amenities such as business centers with PC computers, relaxation rooms with massage chairs and shower rooms.
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Was in the main terminal OZ Biz lounge in August. Lounge is nice, but I was surprised the food was not better. Perhaps it’s true as someone said here that it’s not the same as the early 2000s. I went to the OZ and KE lounges in early 2000s and the food was incredible, very amazing. Now perhaps you have to go to the first class lounge to get the great food? Food in Cathy lounges in HKG seems to be better.

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