Lost and Found Busan-Bus,Subway, Taxi, Airport, Train
If you've lost your belongings or have left them in a taxi, subway train, etc. it's highly likely that someone will have turned it in - either to the police or to another lost & found location. Cash may be missing (but not necessarily). However, there's a good chance your wallet, credit cards, cell phone, house keys, or even your pet will be returned directly to you or to an official of some kind.
Following are some options for finding your lost item(s):
1. Call or visit the places where you may have lost the item.
2. If you’ve lost your passport, notify your embassy or consultate immediately.
3. If you've lost your ARC or other official documents from the Korean government, report the loss and get them replaced right away as well.
4. If you’ve lost traveler's checks or credit cards, report this loss to the agency that issued them to you as soon as possible. If you’re not certain how to do that in Korea, go to a local bank and someone there will help you.
5. If you purchased traveler's insurance, you can receive help by calling the phone number indicated on your insurance or by calling AEA International Korea Ltd. If you reported your loss to the police or to the lost & found center, don't forget to keep the police report or a copy documenting the incident so that you can use it to claim damages later.
6. There’s an Internet site (www.lost112.co.kr) where you can report detailed information on your lost items and where you can search for information on found items.There's a message board where you can post your message and there are often photographs if you're looking. The service is free of charge and available in Korean, Japanese and English - although you may find there's more response or a higher probably of finding your item if your message is posted in Korean.
7. The following Lost/Found number may also be helpful, although you may not always be able to find an English-Speaker: 051-851-0112 Busan Provincial Police Agency.
8. Should you lose or forget something on one of the Busan Metro trains, there is a Lost and Found office at Seomyeong Station.
Location: Seomyeon Station, middle of platform / Line 1 (underground 2nd Floor)
Hours: 09:00 – 18:00
Tel: 051-640-7339 (Lost and Found Center)
After hours: 051-803-3431 (Line 1) or 051-808-8783 (Line 2)
9. If you've left something in one of the city's taxis, you can contact the
Busan Independent Taxi Association
NOTE that you may need help from a Korean speaker to communicate with either of the above organisations. You may also contact KTO's helpline 1330 or their central number (24/7) 02-1330.
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Last Updated on 2019-02-16
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