Vaping In Korea


Part of my trip back home to Los Angeles is a 10 hour stay at the Incheon International Airport. Me and my brothers made our way to the smoking room after our 4 hour flight from Manila to Incheon.

In a room full of smokers, you tend to wonder what the others think when you vape around them. We are actually the only people vaping here. It could be that we are in an airport and the chances of being in contact with smokers greater than being out in public.

I am happy I will be heading stateside soon. Was able to bring home some delicious Pinoy e-juice and can’t wait to post about it.
If ever you are in the Incheon Airport, make sure to check out the Angel-in-us coffee shop. They make a great caramel macchiato; a match made in heaven with my custard vape!


Author: Mr. Long Drag

Former smoker turned vaper since 2013. I blog about questions that I and others might have about vaping. All I can say is it's a better alternative to cigarettes, nicotine gum, patches or medication, no matter what the Big Tobacco backed media says!

2 thoughts on “Vaping In Korea”

  1. Hello there I’m planning to bring my vape which is: 1tank 1atomizer 1box mod 1tube mod 4batteries 1charger. But should i put all these in the checked in luggage? Or in the carry on luggage? And would they confiscate? And should i separate all the parts? And should i put it in a zip lock or something? Please i need your answer ASAP it’s my first time to bring my vape abroad i don’t want any problems and worse i don’t want it to be confiscated….. Pls. Help



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