Way, way, way up

If you watched any of Casey Neistat’s videos when he explains the amenities of business and/or first class, you’ll find most airlines carry a somewhat similar experience. Business class on Korean Air meant laying down on a bed-like seat while watching movies on a giant screen. Most importantly, it includes at least a five-course meal and wine to your choosing. There’s also a snack menu for on-demand food if you ever find yourself hungry on the flight.

The night before I left, I went clubbing so I could tire myself out for the trip back home. It meant I stayed awake more than 24+ hours, and even still, I found it difficult to fall fast asleep because I wanted to binge watch every movie onboard. I did end up taking a nap on this 14-hour journey home, ate octopus and ice cream, and cozied up with all amenities.

Thank you to Korean Air for a marvelous (and safe) trip back home.

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