From The Land of the Morning Calm, Korea, to the City of Angels, Bangkok, which in Thai is not only the longest name of any capitol, but of any place:
The KAL Airport Limousine Bus costs around $15 to Incheon International Airport. I had breakfast at the Asiana Lounge:
Thai Air service, of course, is as good as it gets. The two courses were salmon with black sesame seed and chicken curry "Pa-naeng," which means, with peanuts. I merely tasted a flute of Piper Heidsieck Brut Champagne, a small glass of Montagny Premier Cru 2010 (Chardonnay) and a Singha Thai beer with the meal. I sampled a Mekhong THAI Sabai and Mekhong Amethyst, sort of whiskeys. I had to have Ovaltine SWISS, something I've missed for a few decades.
The video system provided a choice of 100 movies, 150 TV shows, 500 CDs, 17 radio channels and 60 games. I was well occupied putting together my personal juke box. I did also watch Saving Mr. Banks (80% from Rotten Tomatoes reviewers) and Valentine's Day (18%).
AOT Airport Limousine at 1:30 and at the Sheraton Sukhamvit by 2. Purchase the fare inside the airport, and make sure to pick the cheaper car. Their luxury version costs $70, while the pretty good car I took (it was a Toyota Camry, much better and newer than my Honda Fit) was $35. However, all the relaxation I had on the plane was neutralized by my video game ride into Bangkok, for the driver not only went very fast, but kept zigging and zagging through the traffic. By the way, there is no tipping in this country