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Getting There in South Korea

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Getting to South Korea

By Air

South Korea has international airports at Incheon, Gimpo and Gimhae.Two airlines, Korean Air and Asiana Airlines, operate daily direct flights from London to Seoul (flight time around 11 hours). Incheon International Airport handles all international flights whereas Gimpo Airport handles all domestic flights and short flights to/from Tokyo, Osaka, Shanghai and Nagoya.

Getting to and from the airport

Incheon International Airportís website contains detailed information about buses, trains and taxis from the airport, including estimated times and fares to major destinations: www.airport.kr/airport/traffic/bus/busList.iia?flag=E

Travelling within South Korea

South Korea has a well-developed transport network, with good road, rail and air links. Most domestic destinations are within an hourís flight of Seoul. Korea Air, Asiana Airlines and a few domestic discount carriers handle flights within the country. Gimpo Airport, located between the western area of Seoul and the newer Incheon International Airport, handles most domestic flights, as well as short-haul flights to Japan and China. Gimpo Airport is easily accessible via Subway Line 5 from Seoul, a journey that takes around 45 minutes. The capital has an excellent subway system, as well as plentiful buses and taxis. Gimpo Airport also has its own bus service.

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