via MBA Aero
Luckily for Filipinos, we don’t need a visa to travel to this wonder of nature. Currently, there are no direct flights from the Philippines to Jeju International Airport, only those that have lay-overs at Hong Kong or Seoul. The flight can take anywhere from six and a half hours to sixteen, so be sure to prepare a boredom-proof carry-on bag. It’s definitely a lot cheaper if you go for the one with the Hong Kong stop, but if you’ve got time and a South Korean Visa, you can go Seoul searching for a few hours.