Asiana Business Class Lounge – Seoul

Introduction
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Terminal Sign
Terminal Sign

The Asiana Business Class Lounge is located in the main terminal near Gate 28. The sign and location of the lounge is easy to spot. Go up to the escalator where the reception desk is located.

Reception Area
Reception Area

Upon presenting my boarding pass, I also requested a shower room since we had a red eye flight the night before, and had been wandering around Seoul for a little while.

There was no wait for a shower room this early in the morning thankfully.

Shower
Shower
Toilet
Toilet
Sink
Sink

The shower room is not big, but is functional. There is a shower with a partitioned door, a “Japanese” toiled with all the bells and whistles, and a small sink area.

After getting freshened up, I headed to the buffet area. The choices were somewhat limited and not all that appealing.

Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings
Lounge Offerings

There was bread, sandwiches, rice balls covered in nori, salad, pretzels, chips & salsa, fried rice, nuts and cookies. There was also an area that contained instant soups. There is a well-stocked cooler with water, sodas and non-alcoholic beverages.

Massage Chair
Massage Chair

Perhaps the best part of the lounge before a long flight are the massage chairs.

We were only in the lounge for a short while so we did not get to explore every nook and cranny of the lounge. The lounge is spacious and never felt crowded.

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