Information is valid at time of publication. So sometimes you may not find the price mentioned in the post (ex. after several days of the original posting date). It means that the deal was sold out or supplier (airline/agency) has changed the conditions or removed the offer.

Amazing deal: Los Angeles to Seoul, South Korea or Tokyo, Japan flights roundtrip as low as $436.

DEPART:

Los Angeles, USA

ARRIVE:

Seoul, South Korea or Tokyo, Japan

RETURN:

Los Angeles, USA

LAYOVER:

Shanghai, China

AVAILABILITY: 2016

To Seoul, South Korea

Departure:  September 1-7, 25-30, October 1, 2, 3, 21, 28, November

Return: September 3-14, October – November

If you chose StudentUniverse provider you can take advantage of student fare (you would need to upload few docs proving your student eligibility). Do not forget to use NEWFOR20 coupon code to get $20 off.

Otherwise take advantage of $456 with any other provider.

To Tokyo, Japan

Departure:  September 1-7,

Return: September 3-14,

If you chose StudentUniverse provider you can take advantage of student fare (you would need to upload few docs proving your student eligibility). Do not forget to use NEWFOR20 coupon code to get $20 off.

Otherwise take advantage of $485 with any other provider.

AIRLINE:

China Eastern

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Los Angeles to Seoul

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