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South Korea ranks 84th among the safest countries in the world. It is advised to avoid some parts of South Korean cities. Pickpocketing and bag snatching are problems at some tourist spots and public transport. The rate of violent crimes and homicides are low. Mugging happens rarely, and kidnapping is never a risk. South Korea is safe for solo women travelers.
Gyeongbokgung Palace, N Seoul Tower, Myeong-dong, Bukchon Hanok Village, Changdeokgung, Nami Island, Lotte World & Cheonggyecheon are the ultimate places where a tourist can't afford to miss paying a visit.
The famous South Korean local food that a tourist must try are Samgye-tang soup, Hotteok pancake, Tteok-bokki fried cake, Jeonbok-juk porridge, Mandu (momos), Budae jjigae & Dak-galbi.
No, Indians cannot avail of the visa on arrival in South Korea. They can apply and receive a single-entry, 90-day visa from the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in New Delhi. You can visit Jeju Island without a visa, even if you require a visa to travel to other parts of South Korea.
Indians must have valid US/Canada/Australia/New Zealand visas to have a visa-free stay of 30 days in South Korea. To benefit it, they must enter Korea from these countries or fly to any of these countries after ending their stay.
To get a Korean tourist visa, the applicant should present these documents such as properly filled application form, passport with six-months validity and two unused pages, receipts of confirmed hotel tickets, arrival and return flight ticket and itinerary, Bank statement supporting your financial status, employment proof & copy of ITR.
South Korea has a temperate climate with hot and humid summer and very cold and dry winter. Spring and Autumn are dry with clear blue sky between winter and summer. The annual temperature difference is more than 40℃, with a drastic temperature drop at night.
South Korea experiences these four distinct seasons: Spring (March-May), Summer (June-August), Fall (September-November) and Winter (December-February).
You can take light clothing such as short pants, short-sleeved, sleeveless shirts, hats and sunglasses if you are planning to visit South Korea in summer. Apply sunscreen lotion on your screen so that you can carefreely explore the streets of South Korea during the daytime. You never know when it can rain in South Korea so keeping an umbrella and raincoats in your backpack would be a great idea.
The distance between Seoul and Incheon International(ICN) Airport is 49 km. You can catch a taxi, train or bus to reach Seoul from Airport. Taxis are available 24/7 and takes 60 minutes to cover 49 km distance. Journey time for City Limousine Bus is 70 minutes that runs every 25 minutes from the airport.
Airport Railroad Express (AREX) train is the cheapest of all options, with the transit time of 40-60 minutes.
Yes, there is an Express train that runs directly from Incheon airport to Seoul and covers the journey in just 40 minutes. There is also another train which is known by the name All Stop train. All Stop train includes stoppages at Myeondong, Hongdae, and Itaewon and takes 20 minutes more in reaching Seoul. Pay using card or cash for Express train, but All Stop train accepts payment in cash only.
International tourists need to purchase a local transportation card or foreigner-exclusive prepaid transportation card MPASS. Follow the sign "Airport Railroad from the Arrivals Hall," get to the first floor and reach Transportation Center. Enter the orange gate for Express train, and blue gate for the All Stop Train. These trains run most of the day and night.
The bus plies every 25 minutes from both terminal 1 and 2 with ample luggage space. You need not carry luggage between terminals. Buy tickets from ticket offices next to exit 4 and 9 in Arrival Hall Floor 1 inside, or next to exits 4,6,7,8,11,13, and 9 C outside for terminal 1. For terminal 2, get tickets from the 2nd transportation center on floor B1. Catch a bus from stop number 6 from the bus stop on floor 1 for terminal 1. For terminal 2, you will get a bus from stop number 24 on basement 1.
Firstly, do not address Koreans with their first names or given names. Always call them using their professional titles or Mr., Mrs., etc. Secondly, staring or direct eye contact with social superiors is considered rude, although the new generation is okay with it. Thirdly, do not stand very close to people and touch them during the conversation. Maintain an arm's length to respect the personal space of others. Hugging is no norm; it is allowed in close family circle or friends.