- Complimentary snacks
- Complimentary soft drinks
- Complimentary house wine and beer
- Air conditioning
- Flight information monitors
- Newspapers and magazines
The Asiana Lounge at Jeju International Airport is located before security, next to the Asiana check-in area.
The club serves both domestic and international passengers, and welcomes Star Alliance Gold, Priority Pass, and Diners Club members, as well as Cathay Pacific’s premium passengers.
Asiana Lounge CJU design
The Asiana Lounge at Jeju International Airport features an elegant living-room like décor inspired by the airline’s flagship clubs at Incheon International Airport.
The seating area caters to work and relaxation, for solo travelers and small groups alike. Guests will find a sofa, high-backed chairs which provide enhanced privacy, individual seats with side tables, table-top seating by the window, as well as groups of four seats around coffee tables.
While the lounge is small, with seating for approximately 30 customers, the layout places an emphasis on privacy, with a generous amount of space between seats, and dividers throughout.
The club boasts a large window with views of the tarmac. Chandeliers and individual lamps cast a welcoming hue, while the two bookcases displaying books and artwork foster a homely feel. The ensemble feels timeless, high end and soothing.
Yet, the Asiana Lounge could use a few touch-ups. The carpet is stained in multiple places, and power outlets are sorely lacking.
Asiana Lounge CJU amenities
The Asiana Lounge at Jeju airport offers a set of essential amenities, mostly aimed at short-haul travel.
Passengers will find a limited assortment of tasty shrink-wrapped cookies and snacks, a drink cooler with a small soda selection including tasty local products such as aloe vera juice, as well as an espresso machine and tea. There are no alcoholic beverages of any kind. Despite the meager snack selection, Asiana provides plates, in a classy but amusing touch.
Complimentary secure Wi-Fi is available throughout. There are also three work stations equipped with computers. However, shockingly, only one out of three cubicle offers a power outlet for personal devices.
Other amenities include a small but elegant bathroom, a private VIP room, a small selection of magazines, as well as a luggage storage area in the lobby.
Asiana Lounge CJU bottom line
A haven from the utilitarian and chaotic concourse, the Asiana Lounge at Jeju International Airport boasts a gorgeous and serene décor. The amenities are typical of a domestic lounge in Korea, and there isn’t much more one could reasonably expect for one-hour domestic flights, except for additional power outlets. For international passengers however, the food selection and lack of alcohol are underwhelming.
At domestic flight times, the Asiana Lounge is often eerily quiet and feels like a private retreat. International passengers are more likely to experience crowding, given the limited real estate.
Consider leaving at least 15-20 minutes before boarding in order to go through security, though foreign domestic passengers benefit from a separate line which is typically very short. Despite the inconvenience of a landside location, it’s understandable that Asiana would want to consolidate domestic and international services at a leisure destination that sees relatively little international traffic.
Priority Pass members may choose to use either the Korean Airlines KAL Lounge or the Asiana Lounge, though both are located before security, and the Asiana Lounge is superior in virtually every regard.
Asiana Lounge at Jeju Island - Jeju (CJU) welcomes:
- First Class passengers departing on Asiana Airlines (+1 guest)
- Business Class passengers departing on Asiana Airlines (no guests)
- Economy passengers departing on Asiana Airlines, for a fee (KRW 30,000 per person)
- Asiana Club 2-year Diamond Plus members departing on Asiana Airlines in Economy class (+1 guest)
- Asiana Club Diamond members departing on Asiana Airlines (+1 guest)
- First class passengers departing on a Star Alliance flight (+1 guest)
- Business class passengers departing on a Star Alliance flight (no guests)
- Star Alliance Gold Members departing on a Star Alliance flight (+1 guest)
- United Club members departing on an international Star Alliance flight (+1 guest)
- Air Canada Maple Leaf Club members departing on an international Star Alliance flight (+1 guest)
Guests must be departing on a flight operated by Asiana Airlines or another Star Alliance member. Select passengers with lounge access departing on Asiana Airlines may invite up to two additional guests by redeeming miles from their account. Fees vary from 3,000 miles to 4,000 miles per person; see flyasiana.com for additional details.
You may have access to Asiana Lounge as a premium customer of one of the following airlines, or as an elite member of their frequent flyer program. Check the Access rules tab for more details.
Access for eligible customers traveling on any Star Alliance member airline.
|ANA (NH)||Aegean (A3)||Air Canada (AC)|
|Air China (CA)||Air India (AI)||Air New Zealand (NZ)|
|Asiana (OZ)||Austrian (OS)||Avianca (AV)|
|Brussels Airlines (SN)||Copa Airlines (CM)||Croatia Airlines (OU)|
|EGYPTAIR (MS)||EVA Air (BR)||Ethiopian Airlines (ET)|
|LOT Polish Airlines (LO)||Lufthansa (LH)||SAS (SK)|
|SWISS (LX)||Shenzhen Airlines (ZH)||Singapore Airlines (SQ)|
|South African Airways (SA)||TAP Air Portugal (TP)||Thai Airways (TG)|
|Turkish Airlines (TK)||United (UA)|
Access for eligible customers traveling on the following oneworld member airlines only.
|Cathay Pacific (CX)|