Busan Bus System
Busan operates an extensive bus system with three types of buses: local, cross-country and airport buses. Local buses also offer three options: city bus, city express and late night.
Bus fares can be paid in cash (coins only), by bus card, or transportation card (used to pay both bus and Metro/Subway fares) upon boarding the bus. When you hear your bus stop announced, indicate that you want to get off by pushing the ‘stop’ button on the bus wall. Go out through the back door.
Transfers are free if you use a transportation card within 30 minutes of disembarking from the first mode of transportation. Note that you must swipe your card on the reading machine as you get off the bus. Passengers can transfer twice (maximum three modes of transportation). Transfers are limited to one round, except on the same route).
How to Transfer: Up to 2 transfers permitted, each if within 30 minutes from the time you get off the previous means of transportation. On routes where the bus service is less frequent, exceeding 30 minutes, then the transfer discount will be available within 60 minutes of exiting the previous means of transportation. Transfer discount information for the various areas/routes are available on the Busan transit website.
FARES can be paid with cash (coins) or T-money, Hanaro MyB, or EB cards.
Adult: W1300 (cash) / W1,200 (card)
Youth (ages 13 to 19): W900 (cash) / W800 (card)
Child (ages 6 to 13): W400 (cash) / W350 (card)
Adult: W1,800 (cash) / W1,700 (card)
Youth (ages 13 to 19): W1,700 (cash) / W1,350 (card)
Child (ages 6 to 13): W1,300 (cash) / W1,200 (card)
Late Night Bus
Adult: W1,700 (cash) / W1,600 (card)
Youth (ages 13 to 19): W1,100 (cash) / W1,000 (card)
Child (ages 6 to 13): W600(cash) / W550(card)
Busan Bus Information Management System: the site provides information on bus routes but at the moment is in Korean only. It is best to access the site using Internet Explorer.
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Last Updated on 2017-03-09
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