The day of our departure finally came.
I arrived at terminal 2 at 10AM, dropped my bag at the ScootBiz counter and went to meet my friends. Grateful for Tim, Eve and my boyfriend who took the time to send me off 🙂 After having breakfast at Macs, I went in and rushed to the gate which was apparently at the end of T2.
The flight was supposed to leave at 12.00PM but it eventually left slightly later. We decided to take ScootBiz because there was a pretty good deal when we bought the ticket and I was really glad we took business class. The seats were comfortable and the leg room was good for the long flight to Taiwan and Seoul.
I was fortunate to be able to sit in the first row of the cabin. As you can see, the leg room is even wider than the rest of the business class seats. Definitely try to get first row if you are going on ScootBiz!
We were also given meals in each flight: one for the SIN-TPE leg and another for the TPE-ICN leg. We got to choose our meals when we made the flight booking online. I would recommend getting the premium sets as it came in a complete meal with an appetizer and dessert. All passengers on business class could also get 1 free drink with the meals (on top of the complimentary water given with each meal.
I had the chicken rice premium set for the first leg and the teriyaki chicken premium set for the second. The meals were surprisingly quite delicious and what impressed me was that our chicken rice came with a cup of hagen-daaz ice cream!
The flight to Seoul with Scoot stops in Taoyuan International Airport in Taiwan for 1 hour before continuing. We landed 20 minutes early in both Taoyuan and Incheon so it was good! The air stewardesses were very friendly too.
After 9 hours, we finally made it to Incheon airport!
Will definitely take ScootBiz again if I need to go to Seoul next time.
Here’s a short clip of our journey to Seoul: