Transportation

Transportation
Incheon Int’l Airport ▶ Daejeon


There are several ways to come from Incheon Int’l Airport to Daejeon, among which we would like to recommend you to take an airport limousine bus to Daejeon. But, if it is difficult to use the airport bus, you can come to Daejeon by train or bus through Seoul Station or Seoul Express Bus Terminal. You can take the limousine bus at 1Floor No.11. You can purchase the ticket (KRW 23,700 for a single) near platform No.11 or at the ticket booth inside the terminal building near the 1st-floor gate 9 or 13.

The travel time from Incheon Int’l Airport to Daejeon by the limousine bus is about 2 hours and 30 minutes, and the bus will not go through the rest area normally. Therefore, please drop by the toilets in the terminal building before getting on the bus. Before COVID-19, buses were operated every 20 minutes but now is only 5 times per day. Fortunately, the number of operations will increase by the date of the conference.

Incheon Int’l Airport Terminal 1

Bus Stop Location  1Floor No.11
First Bus / Last Bus 08:50 / 21:50
Fare 23,700 Won
Number of operations per day 5 times
Timetable (Terminal 1, T1)
7:10 7:50 8:20 8:50 9:30 10:30
11:20 12:20 13:00 14:00 14:40 15:40
16:30 17:10 18:10 19:20 20:10 21:00
21:40 22:20        
Bus ticket office

You can purchase bus tickets and get information at ticketing offices next to Exit 4 and 9 in Arrival Hall Floor 1 (indoors) or offices next to Exit 4, 6, 7, 8, 11, 13, and 9C (outdoors).

Incheon Int’l Airport Terminal 2

Bus Stop Location B1Floor No.5
First Bus / Last Bus 08:30 / 21:30
Fare 23,700 Won
Number of operations per day 5 times
Timetable (Terminal 2, T2)
6:50 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:10 10:10
11:00 12:00 12:40 13:40 14:20 15:20
16:10 16:50 17:50 19:00 19:50 20:40
21:20 22:00        
Bus ticket office

You can purchase bus tickets and get information at ticketing offices indoors on The 2nd Transportation Center (B1)

After arriving in Daejeon

After the limousine bus passes the toll gate (north Daejeon), it will stop at 4 locations in Daejeon (1st: Man-nam-ui Gwang-jang (Meeting Plaza) in 5 minutes after the toll gate; 2nd: Daedeok Community Center in 10 minutes after the 1st stop; 3rd: Daejeon Chungsa (Government Complex Daejeon) in 10~15 minutes after the 2nd stop; 4th: final terminal in 20 minutes after the 3rd stop). The second stop is the best stop for you to get off to go conference venue(KAIST Munji campus). The third stop is the best stop for you to get off go to hotel. When you get on the limousine bus the driver will ask you which bus stop you want to get off. Then, please answer the driver ‘Daedeok Community Center’ or ‘Daejeon Chungsa’ and he will indicate which luggage area you should put your luggage into. Please understand that the bus driver only indicates the area and you should put your luggage into the place by yourself. The bus driver may help you.

Approaching the bus stop, the driver may announce the next bus stop and ask if anyone is going to get off. If no guest responds to get off at the bus stop, the bus may pass it. Please be informed that the second stop is located in front of the ROTHENHAUS Apartment Complex and the third stop is located in front of the building of Korea Development Bank(KDB).


▲ 2nd stop(Daedeok Community Center)

▲ 3rd stop(Daejeon Government Complex)

After getting off the limousine bus, please feel free to get going to the hotel. It will take about 10 minutes from the second bus stop to Lotte City Hotel, Hotel ICC, and 15 minutes to Hotel Onoma, Ramada Hotel and Intercity Hotel by taxi.

Taxi
General Taxi

Taxi fares in Korea are determined by local governments. Daejeon’s taxi fare is approximately 3,300 won. A basic fee is charged for the first 2km, and an additional 100 won is added for each additional 132 to 144m. These standards also vary slightly from region to region.

Kakao Taxi

Kakao, one of the largest internet service providers in Korea, created Kakao Taxi. Kakao Taxi is gaining popularity in Korea even among foreign residents. Because the driver’s identity, etc. is clear, it is safer than other taxis and does not overcharge. If you download and use the free app, a taxi will come to you or ask for your location on the phone. Depending on the type of taxi you call, you may be charged a call fee of 1,000 won.

How To Use Kakao Taxi >>

Other things to know

All taxis in Korea have a ‘meter’ that calculates the fare. Make sure the driver turns on the new meter when a customer boards the taxi. The new meter will display the base rate for that area. If the driver does not turn on the meter, you may suspect that he or she is trying to overcharge you. So you have to ask him or her to turn on the meter.

When catching a taxi on the street, you need to find a taxi marked “empty” on the taxi and call it by beckoning.

You don’t have to tip when using a taxi in Korea. However, there are many Koreans who say, “Keep the change,” and would not receive change because they get change back in units of 100 won. Then this money becomes a tip. Sometimes taxi drivers refuse a tip. This is not unusual in Korea. There are actually drivers like that.

Taxi fares can be paid by cash or credit card, regardless of the amount. If you think you are paying a rip-off, be sure to ask for a receipt. Once you receive the receipt, you can contact the taxi driver even if you left your belongings in the taxi.

Shuttle Bus Service

The timetable and additional information related to the shuttle bus will be provided two weeks before the conference is held and the shuttle bus will pass through the ICPMG 2022 affiliated hotel(https://icpmg2022.org/?page_id=149). Appreciate it if you could refer to the notice that will be updated later.

Daejeon ▶ Incheon Int’l Airport

Time Table >>

Bus ticket reservation

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