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What are my chances for business class seats opening up

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I was able to get business class seats per UAL via a partner carrier Asiana (yeah :D) for Chicago to Bangkok in Oct. However one leg of the flight, Seoul to BKK is economy. No business available yet. Chicago to Seoul and the entire route back is business class. When I call UA they tell me this should open up as its so long to go. I need two seats.

There is one seat available now but they advise me to wait as to take it would split the reservation which I am told could be problematic. Hmmm. I sure don't want a hassle and if I can't get two seats at the same time the flight time is just under 6 hrs. so its cool.

So what are your thoughts/advice on this?

Thank you.

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