Seoul Incheon International Airport Ground Transportation
Bus/Limo/Ferry: The airport is served by frequent bus service from all parts of South Korea as well as by traditional ferry service between Yeongjong
pier and Incheon. Airport limousines operate around the clock from Seoul to Incheon, and several backup highway buses escort people from places
within and outside Seoul. Airport buses are called limousine buses and are available outside the arrival areas on the first floor. For standard limousine
buses travel to Gimpo Airport & Songjeong Station costs around 5,000 won, while the fare for most routes to downtown Seoul is 9,000 - 10,000 won.
Deluxe buses are express buses with wider seats costing 7,000 won to Gimpo and 14,000 - 15,000 won to most parts of Seoul
Train: The Incheon International Airport Railroad connects Incheon International Airport to Seoul Station in downtown Seoul. Non-Stop Express
trains take 43 minutes, and regular trains which stops at all stations takes 53 minutes to Seoul Station (departures every 6 minutes).
Taxi: Taxis have three distinct colors: white (silver or yellow, orange) and black, and orange. "Normal taxis" are colored in white or
yellow with a colored plastic "taxi" cap on the top of the car. "Deluxe taxis" (mobeom taeksi) are black in color with gold accent/stripes with
a plastic yellow "taxi" cap on the roof and are more expensive than regular taxis. Also available are "International Taxis" (gukjae taxi) which has
the phrase 'International Taxis', written on the side. International taxis are rare in Seoul. These are orange in color, as the Normal versions.
International taxis service English, Japanese, and Chinese speaking drivers. Information can be found on http://www.intltaxi.co.kr/
and reservations are available too.