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Northeastern USA. Traveling to New England takes about 26-28 hours total and is a two-stop journey (Korean Air to Seoul, Delta to Detroit, then Delta to any other city) and traveling to Washington, DC is a one-stop journey if you take Korean Air (Delta codeshare) via Seoul. - Dec 12, 2017
Home base in Northern Virginia. Flying Korean Air via Dulles to Seoul onward to Hanoi is a long flight, but actually enjoyable. Korean Air is amazing, and if there is a layover at Incheon, they offer free showers in spa-like private bathrooms, as well as a lounge to sleep in. Another good flight is on Japan Airlines - but Korean Air is a pleasure. And good with pets... - May 4, 2016
Midwest; it takes 24+ hours with a long layover (8+ hours) in either Seoul or Tokyo - Aug 14, 2015
1 stop in Korea or Japan to California. - Mar 13, 2015
DC to Hanoi via Seoul is the official route. Approaching 24 hours door to door. - Aug 12, 2014
North California. From there flight has one or more lay-over, usually in Hong-Kong or Singapore. It is a 24 hour trip or so. - Dec 13, 2011
From Washington it takes about 17 hours flying time usually connecting through Tokyo, Seoul or Bangkok. - Aug 23, 2011
Washington, D.C. Trip takes about 24 hours or so, including layovers. Layovers are in Seoul, Tokyo, Hong Kong or Beijing. - May 23, 2010