Travel
 
TRAVELING TO SEOUL
If arriving to Korea from abroad, Incheon International Airport will most likely to be the port of arrival. Located approximately 1 hour from downtown Seoul, there are a number of convenient ways to get to the city.
TRAIN(A'REX)
A'REX is a railway line that connects downtown Seoul with Incheon Int'l Airport and Gimpo Airport. Both commuter trains and express trains are available: the commuter trains stop at every station and the express train runs non-stop from Incheon Int'l Airport and Seoul Station. The express train from Incheon Int'l Airport costs 14,500 won and takes just over 40 minutes. Express trains depart every 30 minutes. Commuter trains cost approximately 4,000 won and takes just under 60 minutes to get to Seoul Station.
BUS

CITY LIMOUSINE BUS

City limousine buses travel to all major areas of Seoul. Tickets are 5,000~15,000 won and travel time is approximately 60-80 minutes, depending on traffic and destination. Tickets can be purchased at ticket booths located at exits just outside the passenger terminal.

KAL LIMOUSINE BUS

KAL limousine buses travel mainly to major hotels in downtown Seoul. Tickets are slightly more expensive than City Limousine Buses, but the seats are far more comfortable. Travel time is approximately 60-80 minutes, depending on traffic and destination. Tickets can be purchased at KAL ticket booths located at exits just outside the passenger terminal. For bus routes, please refer to this website.
TAXI
There are 4 types of taxis: regular, international, deluxe, and jumbo. International taxis are slightly more expensive than regular taxis, but drivers can speak in foreign languages. Deluxe taxis are approximately 40~50% more expensive than regular taxis, but are more luxurious vehicles. Jumbo taxis are vans that can accommodate up to 8 passengers and are the same price as deluxe taxies. Taxi stands for each type of taxi are separated and are located outside the arrival terminal. An extra toll charge of 7,900 won on the Incheon Airport expressway will be added to what is displayed on the meter. For more information on taxis, please refer to this website.

source : Visit Seoul (www.visitseoul.net/en/)
 
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