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South Korea Airports

CityCodeAirport Name
Busan PUS     Kimhae International Airport
Cheju CJU See Jeju
Cheongju CJJ Cheongju Airport, Chongju Airport
Chongju CJJ See Cheongju
Daegu TAE Daegu Airport, Taegu Airport
Gunsan KUV Gunsan Airport, Kunsan Airport
Gwangju KWJ Gwangju Airport, Kwangju Airport
Jeju CJU Jeju International Airport
Jinju HIN Sacheon Airport, Chinju Airport, Sachon Airport
Pohang KPO Pohang Airport
Pusan PUS Gimhae International Airport
Seoul SEL All Seoul Airports
Seoul GMP Gimpo Airport, Gimpo International Airport, Kimpo Airport
Seoul ICN Incheon Airport, Inchon International Airport
Taegu TAE See Daegu
Ulsan USN Ulsan Airport
Wonju WJU Wonju Airport
Yangyang YNY Yangyang International Airport, Gangneung Airport
Yeosu RSU Yeosu Airport, Yosu Airport


North Korea Airports

CityCodeAirport Name
Chongjin None Chongjin Airport
Haeju None Haeju Airport
Pyongyang FNJ Sunan Airport


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There are a number of airports in Korea. However, not all Korea airports have regularly scheduled flights. We do not list the smallest Korea airports, since there is no way to provide you flights from those airports. AirGorilla offers flights, hotels, and rental car reservations for Korea.

In 1945, Soviet Union and United States troops occupied the northern and southern halves of the country, respectively. The two Cold War enemies helped establish governments sympathetic to their own ideologies, leading to Korea's current division into two political entities: North Korea and South Korea.

Korea is located on the Korean Peninsula in North-East Asia. It is bound by two countries and three seas. To the northwest, the Yalu River separates Korea from China and to the northeast, the Tumen River separates Korea from Russia. The Yellow Sea is to the west, the East China Sea is to the south, and the Sea of Japan (East Sea) is to the east of Korea. Notable islands include Jeju-do, Ulleung-do, and Dokdo.

The southern part and western part of the Korean mainland have well developed plains, while the eastern and northern parts are mountainous. The highest mountain in Korea is Mt. Baekdu (2744 m, Chinese say Changbaishan). The border with China runs through the mountain. The southern extension of Mt. Baekdu is a highland called Gaema Gowon. Because the mountainous region is mostly on the eastern part of the peninsula, the main rivers tend to flow westwards. Two exceptions are the southward-flowing Nakdong River and the Seomjin River.

The southern and southwestern coastlines of Korea form a well-developed Lias coastline, known as Dadohae in Korean. Its complicated coastline provides mild seas, and the resulting calm environment allows for safe navigation, fishing, and seaweed farming. In addition to the complex coastline, the western coast of the Korean peninsula has an extremely high tidal amplitude (at Incheon, around the middle of the western coast. It can get as high as 9 m). Vast tidal flats have been developing on the south and west coastlines.

South Korea, officially the Republic of Korea, is on the southern half of the Korean Peninsula. To the north, it is bordered by North Korea to the North. To the west, across the Yellow Sea, lies China, and to the southeast, across the Korea Strait, lies Japan. Approximately one-half of South Korea's population lives in or near the capital and largest city, Seoul, the second largest metropolitan area in the world.

South Korea has the tenth largest economy in the world (fourteenth largest by purchasing power parity), and the third largest in Asia, behind only Japan and China (fourth behind China, Japan, and India by purchasing power parity). As one of the East Asian Tigers, it achieved rapid economic growth through exports of manufactured goods. This is in sharp contrast to the stagnation of North Korea's economy, which has turned for the worse since the disintegration of the Soviet Union. (airports)


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