New Life Tourist Hotel

830-172 Pomil 2-Dong, Tong-gu, Busan, 601-062, South Korea
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Forum Posts

Busan To Seoul

by zafilm

Hi...Are there's any transportation from Busan port to Seoul?, I'II much prefer bus or train as taxi will be expensive. I'm planning to travel from Japan to South Korea and my intention is taking a boat or ferry from Hakata Port( japan) to Busan Port (South Korea). Any recommondation on budget guesthouse or cheap hostel.....many thanks

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Re: Re: Busan To Seoul

by pieter_jan_v

I think I read the new fast train is in operation (2 hours travel time).

PJ

Re: Busan To Seoul

by Angieee

Please check this web site for a train from Busan to Seoul.
http://www.korail.go.kr/

It will take about 30 munites from the Busan Port to Busan Railway Station... and about one hour ~ one and half hour to Busan Bus Terminal for outbound of the city.

For more transportation information of Busan, please visit -> http://traffic.metro.busan.kr/eng/

Re: Busan To Seoul

by laser1

Take the bullet train from Busan to Seoul. I took it in March, very nice an fast.

Re: Busan To Seoul

by koreamark

You can take the bullet train, it takes about 3.5 hours. The Samual line is an hour slower, but it's cheaper and much more comfortable. The bullet train is comparable to sitting in coach in an airplane. You could fly as well. The price to fly from Pusan to Seoul is just slightly higher than the bullet train. If believe the price is about 75,000 won or around $60 US. As far as accomadations. Their are a ton of Motels. You can't miss them. They are usually 25,000 to 50,000 won per night. They are clean and come with showers and TV. Some even have free internet. If you want to stay in a hotel, expect to shell out a lot of cash.

Travel Tips for Busan

Beach Volleyball and Frisbee in the Sun

by amambaw

Every Sunday during the hot season, foreigners pour out in droves to Haeundae. A few popular activities are frisbee and beach volleyball, and the groups are often looking for newcomers to play. For more information on specifics, or for contact information, check out the web addy below. Remember that it is hot! Dress appropriately and bring lots of sunscreen and water. Waterproof sunscreen is a little tricky to find. Check at many of the cosmetics shops in the main shopping districts. You can often find Nutregena, Vaseline and other North American brands in 30 SPF. If you're a burner, bring stuff from home

Busan Subway

by Ewingjr98

Busan has an extensive subway that makes for easy travel throughout the city and to many outlying areas such as Haeundae Beach. The one key place the subway does not reach is Kimhae Airport (but there is a bus from Doekcheon Station to the airport).

The three lines of the Busan Subway connect to bus terminals and many interesting sites. The fare is are W1,100 or 1,300 depending on distance, and both sign and announcements are in English and Korean.

Busan's 3 subways lines currently consist of 86 stations, and 89.9 km of track. Extensions on Line 2 and Line 3 are currently under construction and are expected to be completed by 2012. Once finished, the entire system will include 105 stations and 112.4 km of track.

Beomeosa

by Vita500

Beomeo Temple or Beomeosa as the Koreans call it is Busan's most popular Buddhist temple. It's situated in the Eastern part of Mt. Geumjeong in North Busan.

Founded in 678, the original temple building was lost during Imjinwaeran Invasion (Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592) but was renovated in 1713.

Busan Harbor

by iwys

Busan is Korea's main port and the third largest container port in the world. It is also the main ferry port connecting Korea and Japan, with regular ferries to Fukuoka. The port first opened in 1876, and has been developing at a rapid pace ever since. There are now 26.8km of quay, which can accommodate 169 vessels simulataneously. This capacity will be further increased with the completion of New Busan Port in 2011. You can great views of the busy harbor from Busan Tower.

BUSAN

by Martin_B

Busan is the second largest city in Korea. It is located close from the sea so the bigest port in Korea is there. I didn't stay long in Busan but I'd like what I've seen. It is different from Seoul, maybe less busy if I can say.

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