a rechargeable smart card that acts as a form of digital money that can be used to pay public transit fares. It holds the same value of cash, checks and credit card.
Upon boarding, passengers should scan their card on the card reading machine for automatic charge. As one transportation card can be paid for multi parties, passenger should clarify the number of boarding passengers they wish to pay for upon boarding.
Transportation cards are categorized as General Public / Youth / Children depending on passenger’s age, and come in different shapes such as standard credit card types, accessories types and USIM types for smartphones. When using public transportation, passengers should use the appropriate card for their ages in order to receive age and transfer discounts.
|구분||City Bus||Express Bus||Late Night Bus|
The subway is the fastest means of transportation in the inner city. Busan Metro operates four lines (1, 2, 3 and 4) and, its newest addition, Busan-Gimhae Light Rail Transit.
|구분||Transportation Card||Paper Ticket|
|Adults||Youth||Children||Adults||Youth||Children/ Multi-kids family|
|On Day||4,500 won||Unlimited use for a day|
|Seven Days||20,000 won||Up to 20 times for seven days|
|One Month||55,000 won||Up to 60 times for 30 days|
|Subway Line||Station Names|
Railway Information (http://www.letskorail.com/)
Customer Center at Busan Station: 82-51-1544-7788
Gimhae International Airport (金海 国際 空港, Gimhae International Airport, IATA: PUS, ICAO: RKPC) is the second largest airport in Korea by passenger numbers, after Incheon International Airport. Gimhae International Airport primarily operates East and Southeast Asian routes including China, Japan, the Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Taiwan, etc.