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Subway Map Seoul Seoul has quite a big subway system. On the left-hand side you can see a clipping of the whole plan. This small part already shows the problem which arises when colorblind people try to decipher subway maps: There are too few well distinguishable colors which can be used for coloring. Subway Map Ney Nork New York has the even larger subway system and therefore is a real challenge for the color department. Lines running parallel and crossing lines look often the same. This makes it hard to read. A good point: The line letters are spread over the whole map, so you can at least follow the letters.
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Social Networking. Get around[ edit ] Traffic jams are all too common in Seoul, so be careful on the streets and head underground when possible.
Street and subway signage is usually written in English as well as Korean. By subway[ edit ] Seoul subway map In Seoul, you can visit most places by using the vast subway network. There are nine numbered lines plus a smattering of named suburban lines, all distinguished by different colors.
All signs in the subway system are in Korean both hangeul and if applicable, hanja and English. The signs leading to the platform for a particular direction of travel on a given subway line typically list the names of a number of stations in that direction.
Stations each have a 3 digit number, but locals rarely make use of these numbers, and they're not on most subway maps, so don't rely on them. A subway map can be found here.
Cards can be downloadd from vending machines only. Hang onto your card until the end of your trip, as you'll need it to get out. Most of Seoul's automated card machines are equipped with touchscreen and full English support along with Chinese and Japanese. Since ticket machines may be crowded, downloading two cards one for each way is recommended.
If planning on using the Metro extensively or staying for more than a couple of days, you should consider downloading a T-money stored value contactless smart card. You can download this card from a staffed desk at most subway stations, many newspaper kiosks near subway entrances, and convenience stores with the T-money logo.
When entering and leaving a subway turnstile, place the card on the reader leaving it inside your purse or wallet is fine , and it will deduct the appropriate fare from the card. Any value on the T-money card never expires. Typically for most travellers staying less than a week in Seoul, downloading this card may not be cheaper, but other factors should be considered: it can also be used for taxi fares, buses, storage lockers, pay phones, etc.
The T-money card is far more convenient than downloading per trip ticket. Using a transportation card is highly recommended if you wish to use it between subways and buses, simply for its ability to transfer for free since you will not have to pay for the basic fare twice for a single journey when using two modes of transport.
Take notice the subway doesn't not operate late at night. If you're in Seoul for only a couple of days and don't plan to use the subway much, don't download the T-money.
Otherwise, download it. You'll get a refund later on when you download an AREX ticket. Here are some things to know when riding the subway. At the edge of the train car, there are specially marked seats for the elderly and disabled person.
It is de facto mandatory to leave this seat for others, unless you really need them. Also, some trains have pink seats for pregnant women. It is mostly for people commuting from Goyang, so check the timetable. It arrives at the older station building. Line 1, 9, and several other trains to nearby cites have a 'express train'. It stops at fewer station and more faster. No extra fees. And again, check the timetable.
You can check the timetable at there as well. By bus[ edit ] Seoul also has an extensive bus service. There are four different kinds of buses: yellow, green, blue, and red.
Yellow buses have a short circuit usually around tourist areas. Green buses travel around neighborhoods and connect with the subway. Blue buses go across town, while red buses are intercity buses. Buses will only stop at designated bus stops and will not wait for indecisive travelers. If you do not tag the machine as you leave the bus, you will be charged the maximum fare possible for the route.
By taxi[ edit ] A KIA taxi Deluxe taxis are black with a yellow sign and are more expensive than regular taxis but provide better and more comfortable service.
Regular taxis are silver. For the most part, regular taxi cabs have leather interiors and the drivers are nice—so, for many people, "regular" in Seoul might be "deluxe" in their hometown. It is easy to hail a taxi any time of the day or night along any relatively major Seoul street.
You can call a deluxe taxi wherever you are by calling For payment via the traffic card, a single journey ticket upto a distance of 10 km, costs won for adults, won for youths and won for children.
An additional won is charged for every 5 km in excess of 10 km but under 50 km, while if the distance is north of 50 km, it costs won for every 8 km, rather than 5km. For more information on the fares, tickets and cards, you can visit the official website at: Basic subway etiquettes are requested to be followed, such as, boarding a train only after everyone else leaves.
Or, offering your seat to the needy people like, pregnant women and elderly citizens etc. For more information on the subway etiquettes that are to be followed, you can visit the official website at: Seoul subway system has 19 lines and all the lines are recognized by number and name.
Trains on numbered lines run on the right-hand track and named lines run on the left-hand track. The total length of the line is nearly km serving stations. The total length of the route is