The airline announced the additional services would serve growing tourist demand for holidays in Vietnam.
The airline will add four more flights on the route Ho Chi Minh City-Incheon route, coded VN406 and VN407 and operating Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays.
Five flights will be added on the Hanoi-Busan route, designated VN429 and operating Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
With the new flights, there will be 11 flights a week on the HCMC – Incheon route and 12 flights a week on the Hanoi-Busan route.
South Korea is one of Vietnam’s main tourism markets. During January to August this year, the country welcomed 504,292 Koreans increasing 10.0% year on year.