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There are largely four transportation options available between Incheon International Airport and Seoul: taxis, private cars, airport shuttle buses, and the airport railway.

The airport shuttle bus covers all areas in Seoul, nearby Gyeonggi areas, and some local areas. It is recommended that travelers check in advance for the location of the shuttle bus tops and with information desks for bus tickets and schedules. Night shuttle buses and circle buses within the airport are available as well for easy transfers.

Airport shuttle buses

The intervals are varied from 10 to 30 min. depending upon your destination. The travel time from Incheon International Airport to major areas in Seoul is varied as well, but it usually takes an hour to Seoul Station, 75 min. to Myeong-dong, 80 min. to Gangnam, and 2 hrs. to Jamsil.

Airport shuttle buses

The airport railway runs between Incheon International Airport and Gimpo Airport and connects to Subway Line 5, which takes you to major areas in Seoul and nearby Gyeonggi areas.

Seoul Subway Line

Seoul Subway Line
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Taxis

Taxis are available at 5C to 8C at the pick-up area on the first floor (Arrivals) of the terminal. General taxi fare is 1,900 won upon entry and is roughly 40,000 to 50,000 won, in addition to tolls.

Parking Info

Taxis are available at 5C to 8C at the pick-up area on the first floor (Arrivals) of the terminal. General taxi fare is 1,900 won upon entry and is roughly 40,000 to 50,000 won, in addition to tolls.

Seoul City public Transportation Guide

Seoul is one of the largest metropolises in the world with a population of over ten million people. It is also one of the most densely populated cities in the world with an area of 605 square kilometers. Due to the fact that nearly a quarter of the country’s entire population is condensed within Seoul, traffic jams are an every day occurrence. Traffic can become extremely hectic all of a sudden, especially in the central business areas and the major roads leading to those areas. To relieve this congestion (and to the relief of many Seoulites) the city provides a convenient public transportation system. Various bus routes cover all corners of the city, but the most efficient method of getting around town is by the Seoul Metro. Not only is it cheap, the average travel time between stations is measured at 2~3 minutes. Such times are unimaginable for commuters traveling by car or bus during the hectic rush hours.

However, buses are also a convenient way of getting around the city once you get the hang of the seemingly complex routes. Indeed, these routes are not as complex as they appear, upon careful inspection, as the maps and street signs are labeled in English.

Trains to regional cities have become a lot more convenient to use with the addition of the KTX in 2004. In addition to the KTX, two major domestic airlines, as well as several other smaller airlines, provide flights to numerous regional cities on a daily basis.