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For your flight
Incheon International Airport(ICN)
As Northeast Asia's hub, Incheon International Airpot is located 1 hour-dirve from Seoul. Named as the world's best airport in airport service for the 12th consecutive year, it is accommodating to 84 airlines across the world and an estimated 390,000 flights are made a year.
Website : www.airport.kr
Address : 272, Gonghang-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon (2850 Unseo-dong)
Distance from Seoul : 52km(32 miles), approximately 1 hour
Gimpo International Airport(GMP)
Located 30 minute-drive from central Seoul, Gimpo International Airport is Korea's second largest international airport after Incheon International Airport
Website : www.airport.co.kr/gimpo/main.do
Address : 112, Haneul-gil, Gangseo-gu, Seoul
Distance from Seoul : located within Seoul(30 minutes from downtown)
Access (Airport ▶ Seoul)
AREX is a railway line that connects downtown Seoul with Incheon International Airport and Gimpo Airport. There are two classes of train available: 1) All Stop Train - Stops at every station; and 2) Express Train - Runs non-stop between Incheon Int’l Airport and Seoul Station. Express Trains depart every 20 to 40 minutes from Incheon Int’l Airport and take approximately 40 minutes. All Stop Trains leave every 5 to 10 minutes and take just under 60 minutes to get to Seoul Station. The Express Train costs KRW 9,500 each way, while the All Stop Train is KRW 4,150 - 4,750.
Airport buses travel to all major areas of Seoul. Tickets are KRW 5,000 to 15,000 and the travel time is approximately 60 to 80 minutes, depending on traffic and the destination. Tickets can be purchased at designated ticket booths outside the passenger terminal, or fare can be paid in cash,T-money, or credit card (at Incheon Airport). More information on routes and schedules is available at https://www.airport.kr/ap/en/tpt/busRouteList.do.
There are four types of taxis: Standard, international, deluxe, and jumbo taxi vans. International taxis are 20 percent more expensive than standard taxis and drivers speak English, Japanese, or Chinese. Deluxe taxis are approximately 40 to 50 percent more expensive than standard taxis, but use larger, more luxurious sedans. Jumbo taxi vans can accommodate up to eight passengers at once and are the same price as deluxe taxies. Taxi stands for each type of taxi are located outside the arrival terminal.
Regular taxis are the cheapest and most common taxis in Seoul and can be easily caught anywhere. Regular taxis are mostly orange, but they are also available in white, gray, and other colors.
Large taxis can carry up to 8 passengers and the fare is the same as a deluxe taxi
Deluxe taxis have higher base fares, distance and hourly rates than regular taxis, but they do not have late-night surcharges, their vehicles are generally larger and more luxurious, and they provide very safe service. Deluxe taxis have a black body with gold stripes and are usually found at major hotels and tourist attractions.