Korean Air may be one of the most obvious airline options to have when flying to Korea. I’ve flown with Korean Air twice – the trips were all good and smooth-sailing. I think there was only one (slight) delay, but nothing really major like cancellations or severely long delays. The service is also fantastic. Even though most Korean Air passengers are Korean (duh), the air stewardesses all speak excellent English, so you don’t have to worry about language barriers if you are an English speaker.
One of the most frequent, and possibly one of the most important (?) questions that people like to ask about airlines is the food they serve. I can’t seem to find any photos of my first trip on Korean Air, but here’s from the second trip:
This was fish and noodles! I think it tasted quite okay, but taste buds are usually a bit bonkers at high altitudes so it’s a little hard to say. I liked the pasta salad, and this meal was definitely very filling.
And this was our meal when we flew back ~ Bibimbap is famous Korean cuisine, so it’s little wonder that they serve it. They serve the rice, chili paste, and the ingredients separately, so you have to mix them all together by yourself. They even attached a guide complete with step-by-step instructions on how to put your bibimbap together – how cute is that?
These are from my trip in November 2018. I had beef with noodles on my flight to Korea, and chicken with potatoes on the flight back to Singapore. I’m not a very big fan of the beef, but the chicken with potatoes were delicious.
That’s all I have for now, I’ll update this post when I finally get around to finding my other photos/have more photos to post after future trips 🙂