Incheon International Airport operates two Hub Lounges: one on the East Side and one on the West Side. The lounges first opened in June of 2008, and are situated in the duty free shopping area on the fourth floor.
In years past, airport lounges were only available to business and first class passengers. However, the Hub Lounge is now available to any airport customer for the small fee of 35 USD. Once admitted, guests may comfortably enjoy the lounge’s high-class facilities for an unlimited amount of time.
In addition to the plush seats, the lounge offers complimentary sandwiches, coffee, buffet-style meals, and snacks. Desserts, beer, and hard liquor are provided free of charge and travelers can take advantage of free internet and shower facilities without having to make reservations. For the further enjoyment of Hub Lounge customers, there are a variety of newspapers, magazines, and books, as well as a TV room.
Currently, travelers who are Bank of Korea Master Platinum card holders are granted free admission to the Hub Lounge. The lounges are situated on the fourth floor of the airport nearby other convenience facilities such as snack bars, playroom, traditional fine arts exhibitions, and much more.