Banking Hours in Korea
Regular banking hours in Korea are: 9:00AM close to 4:00PM, Monday through Friday. There is generally no weekend banking in Korea. KEB (Korea Exchange Bank) offers off hours service in some locations (Evening and Sunday hours as well as 365-day banking - at Incheon International Airport for example). Click here for more details.
ATM services begin at 8:30AM (approximately) and in many cases end at 10:00PM. Some will go as late as Mindnight. Some KEB (Korea Exchange Bank) and SCFirst (Standard Chartered) Bank ATM locations offer 24-hour service. For a list of locations, see the banks listed in the Korea4Expats Directory of Recommended Businesses and Services.
After-hours banking (and much of the regular banking hours as well) is conducted via mobile or smart phone or online.
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Last Updated on 2012-07-19
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