Travel Korea luxury with Premium Express Bus

Have you ever seated at business or first class on the airplane? They provides exclusive facility and service to customer. It gives not only comfort during the journey, but also content that you are treated as someone special.

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Many countries have various domestic flight lines, but in Korea, we don’t usually take a plane for traveling inland. It’s because we don’t really need to fly from city to city, and the train and road network is much well infra-structured.

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For those who want travel inland more special, Korea has launched a new premium express bus service in November 2016. The seats in premium express buses can nearly go flat (recline up to 160 degrees) and have neck pillow, personal table, reading lamp, and USB cables that provide long distance travelers the first class comfort. Free water and earphones are given for those who are in need.

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Each seat is equipped with a personal display monitor that contains various contents from live news and movies to music players and games. These display monitors are also convertible with your own smart phones.

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The buses have installed curtains on each seat so that passengers can secure their own space. Even if you are sitting right beside to someone, these curtains make you feel private and less disturbed. 

If you have enough time, I would recommend riding one of these premium express buses. It is cheaper than KTX (train) and has a very comfortable seat and service. 

Keep in mind that there is no toilet in the bus. However, if it is an urgent case, there is a quite way to inform the bus driver. Slightly touch the emergency call button on the smart monitor screen and press the toilet button. The driver will stop the bus in the next rest area. It also can be quite ‘special’ treatment as a premium bus passenger indeed!

Website : https://www.kobus.co.kr/ (English Supported)

Chart for routes and fares
Route
Fare (in KRW)
Daily Return Services
Seoul – Daegu
32,700
16
Seoul – Suncheon
37,100
5
Seoul – Yeosu
40,000
4
Seoul – Jinju
29,900
6
Seongnam – Gwangju
33,100
6
Incheon – Gwangju
36,100
8
Seoul – Changwon
40,100
4
Seoul – Mokpo
39,500
8
Seoul – Busan
44,400
18
Seoul – Gwangju
33,900
30
Seoul – Masan
39,600
4
Seoul – Pohang
41,300
3
Seoul – Gangneung
27,900
6
Incheon Airport – Gimhae
53,900
2
Incheon – Gimhae
(with stops)
45,200
2




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