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- Incheon International Airport
- Located about 220km northwest of Daejeon, Incheon International Airport (IIA) is a new state-of-the-art airport built on 5,610 hectares of reclaimed land located between two islands, Yeongjong-do and Yongyu-do. The IIA opened on March 29, 2001. Situated between Japan and China from east to west, and between Siberia and Southeast Asia from north to south, the IIA represents a premier regional gateway. Major air routes reach some 40 cities, each with more than one million people, within 3.5 hours of flying time.
- Gimpo International Airport
- While Incheon International Airport functions as the international airport of Korea. Gimpo Airport mainly serves domestic air passengers. Visitors can fly between Seoul and 13 major cities in Korea in one our or less: Busan, Daegu, Gangneung, Gunsan, Gwangju, Jeju-do (island), Jinju, Mokpo, Pohang, Sokcho, Ulsan, Yecheon, and Yeosu.
- Cheongju Airport
- This is the nearest airport to Daejeon. It is located 37km north of Daejeon. However, the destinations of the flights from here are limited. They fly to Jeju-do (island), and Shanghai, Shenyang and Hong Kong.
- +82-43-210-6312~6316 / (Weekends and Nights):+82-43-213-4100
- The train service in Korea is provided and operated by the Korea National Railroad (http://www.korail.com/). Tourists can use this fast, safe and reliable service at very reasonable prices. Trains operate on time, and there is no risk of delays or traffic jams as when traveling by automobile, so you can get to your destination on time at any time of the year. There are three kinds of trains being operated: the Korea Train Express (KTX), the Super-Express Saemaeul-ho and Express Mugunghwa-ho. It´s not easy to purchase tickets during the weekends or holidays unless you buy in advance. Tickets can be purchased at station windows or travel
- Daejeon Station
- Located in Jeong-dong, Dong-gu, Daejeon, Daejeon Station was opened on January 1, 1905, when the railway opened between Seoul and Busan, linking the country from the capital to the 2nd largest city located in the southeast of Korea. On January 14, 1914, Honam-seon (railway linking South Cheolla and North Cheolla areas) opened between Daejeon and Mokpo, a major city southwest of the country. Since then, Daejeon has served as a hub of transportation, connecting the country from the north to the south.
- Seodaejeon Station
- Located at 74 Oryu-dong, Jung-gu, Daejeon, the station began to operate in 1914 when the railway between Daejeon and Mokpo opened. For travel to Jeolla-do (provinces southwest of the country) you have to take trains departing from here and not from Daejeon Station.
- Daejeon is located in the center of the country, one can travel conveniently by bus to anywhere in Korea. It is recommended that you check your departure time prior to travel, because it can be subject to change.
Inter-city Bus Terminal and Express Bus Terminal
table Name Location Destination Phone Daejeon Express
Daejeon Terminal Complex Seoul, Dong-Seoul, Sangbong, Incheon, Cheonan, Gwangju, Jeonju, Masan, Ulsan, Pohang, Andong, Youngju, Daegu, Gyeongju, Busan, Jinju 1577-2259 Dunsan Bus Stop Seoul, Gwangju, Jeonju +82-42-485-0181 Yuseong Bus Stop(Jangdae-dong) Seoul, Gwangju +82-42-822-0386 Inter-City Bus Terminal Dongbu Terminal (Yongjeon-dong) Incheon Airport, Cheongju Airport, Ansan, Seongnam, Cheongju, Boeun, Muju, Asan, Pyeongtaek, Masan +82-42-624-4452 Seobu Terminal(Yucheon-dong) Gongju, Nonsan, Buyeo, Daecheon, Jeonju, Iksan +82-42-584-1616 Dunsan Bus Stop (Wolpyeong-dong) Incheon/Gimpo Airport, Dong-Seoul, Bucheon, Seongnam +82-42-486-7788 Yuseong Bus Stop (Bongmyeong-dong) Dong-Seoul, Icheon, Cheonan, Bucheon, Ansan, Seongnam, Suwon, Incheon +82-42-823-2240
- Bus tickets can be purchased on the Internet at