Traveling to Seoul

Seoul lies 40 km to the east of the Yellow Sea and 60 km south of the Korean Demilitarized Zone. It boasts one of the top airports in the world.

Arriving by Plane

Incheon Airport (ICN)
https://www.cyberairport.kr/pa/en/a/index.jsp

Gimpo Airport (GMP)
http://www.airport.co.kr/gimpoeng/index.do

Arriving by Train

Seoul can be easily reached by train from locations within South Korea, there is limited international train travel elsewhere into Seoul. For detailed information on railway lines and packages, please visit http://asiaenglish.visitkorea.or.kr/ena/TR/TR_EN_5_1_2.jsp

Getting to the Hotel – there are no hotel shuttles

Conrad Seoul
23-1 Yeouido-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul 150-945, South Korea
http://conradhotels3.hilton.com/en/hotels/south-korea/conrad-seoul-SELCICI/about/directions.html

Airport Bus

Cost: KRW 15,000 (one-way) cash or Korean transportation card only
Duration: 50 minutes
Board the bus on the 1st floor (arrivals) at Gate 6B or 13A. Depart the bus at the IFC Seoul Conrad Hotel stop.

Train from ICN

Cost: KRW 3,950
Duration: 60 minutes
Take the train towards Seoul Station. Transfer at Gongdeok to line 5 and get off at Yeouido station.

Taxi from ICN

Cost: Roughly 60,000 – 100,000 KRW
Exit the airport through any gate between Gates 4 and 8 of the passenger terminal (arrival area), cross the street, and go to the taxi stands (4D-8C)

Getting Around Seoul

The Seoul subway is consistently voted one of the best in the world for its ease of use, cleanliness, and frequency of service. The subway consists of lines 1 through 9 plus the Jungang Line, Bundang Line, and Gyeongui Line. The trains run from 5:30 am until midnight every day. For more information, please visit http://asiaenglish.visitkorea.or.kr/ena/TR/TR_EN_5_1_4.jsp