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After our very disappointing (to put it mildly) visit to the IASS lounge it was time to find the Korean Air lounge post security near gates 26/28.
As a reminder, as a Gold Medallion or higher even on a coach ticket you can gain entrance on a same day departing or connecting ticket.
The first thing that welcomes you is a nice view of runway. Always nice for those of us who like to plane gaze as we relax in a lounge.
The lounge is a large box with 60’s style cloth covered chairs and little access to power ports that we have come to expect in Delta clubs (and any modern club).
There is also a small section of the club “blocked” for first class passengers. The only upgrade they get to enjoy is leather seating vs the cloth the rest of us get to experience
In one corner of the club are food choices. In our case breakfast that was a mix of pastries and Asian choices as well.
I am not a rice in the morning fan but Dave tried one and seemed to say it was ok. I will take his word for it.
Drink choices are all self serve and limited when it comes to adult beverages but at least they do have one of the kool beer machines that I did test in the Delta club (more on that later).
Lastly the wifi was reasonably fast and again the views were a highlight of the club. Personally I would pass on this lounge and spend your time in the Sky Club (either one).
Have you visited the Korean Air Lounge in NRT? What were your impressions?- René
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