- Buses are divided into intracity buses, intercity buses, and express buses.
- To use an intercity or express bus, you must purchase a ticket in advance.
- We recommend you to check the departure time and destination before getting on the bus.
How to use
- For intracity buses, pay the fare in cash or by using a transportation card.
- You can purchase a transportation card at a transportation card retailer near a bus stop or a convenience store.
- If you use a transportation card, you can receive a discount on the fare. Also, you can receive discounts when transferring between buses and between the bus and the subway, making the total cost of the trip cheaper.
Bus fare - Type, Seats, Adult, Middle or high school student, Child
|Middle or high school student
- Taxis are available 24/7. They can be easily distinguished from private cars because of the various colored lights on top of the car.
- To grab a taxi, you can either wait at a taxi stop or hail a passing cab on the roadside.
- If you use a call taxi service, you may have to pay a service fee (usually 1,000 won) in addition to the taxi fare.
- Trains are the fastest mode of transportation other than airplanes.
- Most major cities in Korea have train stations and are conveniently connected to buses and subways.
- Trains include the high-speed train (KTX and SRT), Saemaeul, and Mugunghwa.
How to purchase a train ticket
- Tickets can be booked online(www.letskorail.com) or on the KORAIL Talk app.
- You can also purchase a ticket at the ticket office or a kiosk at a train station.
- Booking is available 24/7 (online), and you can book a ticket one month before the departure date.
- You must have your ticket with you when boarding the train.
SRT tickets can be booked at https://etk.srail.kr