Getting Around Korea
Getting around Korea is relatively easy and inexpensive. You have a choice of travel by plane, bus or train. If you opt for the bus, bear in mind that English may not be spoken in most bus terminals.
However, help is at hand via either the Travel Help Line 1330 (just press 1330 or the area code of your destination area + 1330). There is always at least one English-speaker on duty and the service is available 24-hours 7-days a week.
There is also a volunteer interpretation service called BBB that is ‘staffed’ by Koreans, who can speak one of a variety of different languages. For English, call 1588-5644 and press 1. As these are volunteers, please restrict your call to day and early evening hours unless it is a true emergency.
Transportation for travel within Korea:
1. Travel By BUS - for more details click here
2. Travel By PLANE - for more details click here
3. Travel By TRAIN - for more details click here
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