Throwback Thursday Series!
This is the second in a series of “Throwback Thursday” #TBT posts that I will release. These will feature flights and other elements of trip reports from the past. For now, these will all be flights, hotels or cities that I’ve taken, stayed at, or been to over the last few years. For all of these trips, I took notes and/or wrote a review, took pictures, but never published the entry on my blog… until now.
Korean Air First Class Lounge – Seoul Incheon
I arrived with two friends at Seoul’s Incheon Airport on an Asiana flight from Bangkok. We had previously planned on spending some time in the city during our layover in Seoul, but a five-hour delay on Asiana put a spike through the heart of those plans. Instead of a nine-hour layover, we were left with about four hours until our flight to Los Angeles, so we headed to the Korean First Class Lounge.
But first, some background:
This flight was smack, dab in the middle of a five-day stretch during which I felt as sick as I have in my entire life. I’d just finished up spending a week in Thailand, where I must have eaten something bad. Because I was sick. Let’s just leave it there — really, really sick.
The day prior to this, I was in Myanmar.
Now, of all countries in the world where you don’t want to be in the condition that I was, Myanmar has got to be near the top of the list. I trudged through two flights from Yangon to Bangkok and then to Seoul – most of which time I spent in the lav (TMI, I know).
Korean Air First Class Lounge at ICN
So as I arrived in Seoul, I was feeling absolutely awful. My goal as I entered the Korean First Class Lounge was to shower and to just start feeling better.
Well, I accomplished the first goal with a nice shower. Unfortunately, goal number two didn’t go as well. I rested a bit, and as a result really didn’t take too many notes on the lounge. I do specifically remember it being quite unremarkable for a First Class Lounge. I also remember the rows of blue Korean Air planes lined up in the driving snow.
A snowy, December day in Seoul with two B777-200s, a B777-300ER and B747-400
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