Airplane in Korean
How do you say boarding pass in Korean? How do you ask for something to drink? What do you say on an airplane in Korean? These are useful Korean words and phrases to pack in your hand luggage before you depart!
In this free audio lesson we’ll also show you how to ask the flight attendants for what you need in Korean, and understand their instructions. We hope you won’t need to explain that something has gone wrong with your travel plans, but just in case, we’ll teach you how to do that too.
Knowing how to use these essential Korean travel phrases will give you more confidence next time you’re travelling by plane in Korea, so let’s get started.
How to pronounce Korean airplane words
Imagine you are on a flight from America to Korea. It’s a long way, so make sure you know how to ask for a drink or something to eat. Repeat the new phrases aloud to practice your pronunciation.
뭐 마실 것/ 먹을 것 좀 주세요.
Maw mashil gut / mugeul gut jom jooseyo.
Could I have a drink/something to eat, please?
CUSTOMS & BAGGAGE CLAIM
If you are a US, UK, Canadian or Australian-passport holder visiting Korea, you don’t need a visa for short business trips and vacations. Of course, the rules state that you can’t work during your stay. You should always carry proof of identity, so make sure you always carry your passport.
So, your flight has finally arrived at Incheon Airport. When you get off your plane, follow the signs to “Customs” or Tong-gwan. There will be different lines depending on what passport you carry. Look out for these signs:
The customs officer may ask what the purpose of your visit is. Be sure to answer correctly!
Once you pass through customs you will have to collect your luggage. Simply follow the signs to the 짐 찾는 곳 /jim chatneun got. Porters at the airport charge a set fee.
In case you’re carrying heavy luggage, let’s learn how to call for the porter.
LOST YOUR BAGGAGE?
Hopefully you won’t need to use the following phrases, but it’s still handy to know them.
That’s it. I hope you enjoyed the lesson!
Anyoung hee gaseyo!