After arriving in Ulan Bator, successfully completing my Mongol Rally, one of the first things which I had to do was to figure out when and how was I going to get the heck out Mongolia!
After a quick search of flight on Adioso and Skyscanner, my best option for the day I wanted to fly out was to fly Korean Air to London via Seoul.
Initially, the ‘best’ flight selected for me had a 6 hour stop over in Seoul. At first, I thought it was a great idea as 6 hours would give me enough time to head into the city for lunch for example, then head back. However, upon checking the times, I saw that I was arriving in Seoul at around 3:55am and departing to London at 10:00am; not really the best time of day…
Researching a few more flights, I noticed that Turkish Airlines flew from Seoul to London at 11:50pm. Even though I split my flights between two different airlines, the cost penalty was only 45 Pounds over booking the Korean Air-only option. By doing this, I could effectively have a whole day to spend exploring Seoul.
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