1.) It credits 360 tier points to our BA status, getting us BA Silver / Oneworld Sapphire after our family holiday to Paris next year. This is quite a big deal, as it allows us to access any Oneworld business-class lounge, even on Economy class, along with Priority Check-in and Priority Boarding.
2.) We've never been to Seoul.
3.) RM3000 is REALLY cheap for business class seats. Especially since MH has recently overhauled their dated cabin.
The plane we flew on was the A330-300, with the new business class seats. These seats can be both very good or very bad, depending on the location within the cabin.
1K, also known as the "Throne" seat, is by far the best, featuring copious amounts of storage space, excellent leg room and privacy.
1A, 1D and 1G are close runner ups. They have the same amount of leg room but less storage and privacy.
You can see the massive amount of leg room here :
And after becoming a full-flat bed:
MH business class's signature dish is the satay, and you can request for multiple servings if you so wish.
The starter of Scallop Salad was pretty decent too.
That was followed by garlic bread and bun:
Unfortunately, after this is where MH screwed up. Ah well, it wouldn't be MH if they didn't screw up somewhere!
I ordered a Beef Kalbi with rice dish from the Chef on Call menu, but they gave me a vegetarian option instead. Thankfully, the very nice stewardess managed to scrounge up a Halibut dish for me, which was ok.
The yucky vegetarian option:
The replacement Halibut dish:
Ash's Beef Tenderloin dish was excellent though, so do go for that if you fly from Incheon.
Haagen Daaz ice cream for dessert: