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Travel to South Korea

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I am planning a 3-4 days trip to south korea. How much money would I need, for publlic transport ? I am asking because I dont want to convert to much or too little in to korean currency. Anyone got some idea?
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Re: Travel to South Korea

So you are based in the Netherlands and chose an expat forum for people living in Switzerland to ask about public transport in South Korea. Begs the question..... Why?


Answer to your question: It depends.
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So you are based in the Netherlands and chose an expat forum for people living in Switzerland to ask about public transport in South Korea. Begs the question..... Why?

I second that. Maybe you just need to update your location????

Korea - I was there on holiday last autumn. Like Japan, Korea can be as cheap or expensive as you make it once you are there. Public transport is generally reasonable as are places to get food. Outside of metropolitan Seoul you will struggle to get about unless you speak some basic Korean and have a decent map. On the advise of my friend I who lives there I learnt a few stock phrases, which really made a difference.
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Re: Travel to South Korea

Thanks for the reply
I have tried many times to change the location but EF site returns an error so I gave up ...
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