‘Yellow Bus’ in Seoul

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In Seoul, Korea, the “Yellow Bus” runs a circular route, stopping at nine major tourist sites: Daehan Cinema, Toegyero 5 (oh)-ga, Dongguk University entrance, National Theater of Korea, North Seoul Tower, Namsan Library, Mt. Namsan Walkway, Seoul Animation Center and Toegyero 3 (sam)-ga.

It runs 8 a.m. to midnight. The fare is 550 won (46¢) for 10 kilometers (then 100 won/5 km). Bus stop signs are round and yellow and picture a bus.

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In Seoul, Korea, the “Yellow Bus” runs a circular route, stopping at nine major tourist sites: Daehan Cinema, Toegyero 5 (oh)-ga, Dongguk University entrance, National Theater of Korea, North Seoul Tower, Namsan Library, Mt. Namsan Walkway, Seoul Animation Center and Toegyero 3 (sam)-ga.

It runs 8 a.m. to midnight. The fare is 550 won (46¢) for 10 kilometers (then 100 won/5 km). Bus stop signs are round and yellow and picture a bus.