Strolling Incheon Airport, Getting to LAX/USA

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    1. yes.. been a bit behind with all the moving around. catching up now. πŸ™‚

  2. great vid! I was also amazed when i set foot in incheon for the first time. I was even telling my gf i wasn’t ready to go yet after 5 hours. I never had so much fun checking out an airport. You made me miss the place! lol

  3. I love all of your airport/airplane videos. They always give me the travel bug. I am a firm believer that getting there is half the fun.

    1. i’ve always gotten my flights with a layover, no direct-flights. getting some walking in before end of the flight makes the difference for me. πŸ™‚

  4. The movie you were referring to is Classic “Enter the Dragon” the final fight scene.

  5. “Where is my gate?” “Do you like chilly cheese rise?” Reekay! You made me laugh! – next time please ask Jonny Robot: “What is your favorite power ranger?” Made my day..

  6. I forgot to mentioned to you the other day or you already know, do you know about the Skypass KAL Lounge? For 4000 miles you can go there to eat and take a shower if you need to relax during your layover.

    1. i’ve passed by it before. i think they also had a day-use for about $45 or so, if it’s the same one i’m thinking of.

  7. Yes it is a great airport to pass through. I’ll be there next month myself. On my way to Manila.

  8. I thought we would see more people wearing masks…? Β 
    *But then I saw your comment about this being a November 2019 Video post!*
    Keep them coming even if they are late! Thanks Henry!

  9. Korean Air flight attendants <3 in their pretty uniforms designed by "the architect of fashion", Gianfranco FerrΓ©

  10. I see PAL has nonstop flights between LAX and Cebu…. that’s a huge plus if the fares are reasonable……

  11. Not surprised that they gave you an interview. They checked my bags 2 more times after my bags were x-rayed, last year going to USA from Manila. They also checked a few other travelers bags on my flight multiple times while waiting for the flight to board. It was slightly disconcerting.

  12. Wave by Antonio Carlos Jobin is the name of the song Frank Sinatra sang the vocal version

  13. I agree, I flew into Incheon from SFO to Cebu. You can eat off that floor in that airport. Korean and Asiana are worth every penny and the Korean people are terrific to talk to and be around. I paid $621 from SFO to Cebu and I thought that was actually pretty inexpensive.

  14. Incheon Airport is like a shopping mall beautiful airport went through there last week January 29 2020 and everyone was wearing face masks scary. Might be an older Incheon video before the Coronavirus.

  15. @reekay’s lifebeyondthesea it was nice bumping into in cebu i.t park right at first. just wanted to say hi.

    1. ​@Reekay’s LifeBeyondTheSea you also helped me dodge a bullet because i woke up that morning and saw your video of the quarantine for 14 days for people having lay over in macau and hong kong. i had to cancel my flight that morning and booked it with korea air. that day if it wasnt for your video, i would of got stuck in mactan and ruin my vacation. much appreciated reekay

    2. @Reekay’s LifeBeyondTheSea i saw your 2 videos of cebu the 6 months review and the pro’s and cons. you introduce to stay near ayala mall and i.t park which is where im currently staying at. you also introduce to check out sugbo mercado which i was just at and made my day bumping in to you. great recommendations !!! thank you !

    3. yes, always cool to see who’s on the other side of the camera. ha! πŸ™‚

  16. Isle seats are the way to go on a long flight. I feel the same way about bother people when I need to get up

    1. I’ve still never tried it. i always do window and then rarely get up. I keep thinking about trying the isle on a 12+ flight

  17. I always get the isle seat, there is sometimes a switch at the back and bottom of the isle seat armrest, find it a press it in and you can raise the armrest. With the armrest up it’s easier to get in/out of the seat.

  18. Nice airport. I noticed that the floors are clean-no litter. It’s quiet there. No loud voices or noisy machines. Unlike LAX. Thanks for the video.

    1. Oh it’s extremely relaxing and peaceful there. Its a great midway point on a long trip. You actually feel refreshed after a layover there. lol

  19. Your Mom was so happy to see you again Henry. Glad you had a wonderful time with your family.

  20. the reason they ask you about electronics being repaiered is explosive devices can be put inside , same reason they want you to run a laptop through the security xray machine.

    Water again can be explosive material, the trick is to dump oit the water and just bring the bottle to fill at drinking fountain if you trust the water. I have seen purified water stations at some airports great for refills without buying high airport prices.

    You can get a bottle of water past international security, not going to say how though, done it a number of times, but can not do same thing in US.

  21. Korea is kind of like a lesser version of Japan, lower cost, less scenery and people are more pushy and rude

  22. Fancy airport – I can see I have to get out more πŸ™‚ — but I do wonder why all
    the shops in the Airport only have English written on their signs outside their
    stores, as opposed to Korean ??

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