Taxi - From Incheon Airport to Seoul






How to take a taxi


You can easily take a taxi from the airport at the taxi stands located just outside the Arrivals Hall (1F) of both terminals. You can choose to take a regular taxi, a deluxe taxi or a jumbo taxi depending on your situation. If you wish to take a taxi with a driver who can communicate in English, Japanese, or Chinese, you can opt for an international taxi.




Taxi types and fares


Taxis can be categorized into regular, deluxe, jumbo, and international taxis. The fares vary as listed below




Regular taxi


Base fare begins at 3,800 won (Seoul standard) with a 20% increased charge from the base fare at nighttime (24:00-04:00).




Deluxe & jumbo taxi


Base fare for deluxe and jumbo taxis begins at 6,500 won. There is no additional nighttime charge.








International taxi


International taxi fares are fixed according to region with regular taxi fares ranging 65,000~90,000 won, and deluxe and jumbo taxis running 95,000~130,000 won.


* International taxi information counter: Arrivals Hall (1F) of Terminal 1 Desk 23 between Gates 4 & 5 / Terminal 2 Gate A

- Reservations: +82-2-1644-2255 / www.intltaxi.co.kr (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)


* Korean phone number is required for making online reservations.

Call van

Available for moving large amounts of cargo, call vans can be used for up to five passengers (limited to 20 kg of cargo per person), costing around 70,000~80,000 won to Seoul.


* Call van information counter located at Gate 13 of Terminal 1 Arrivals Hall (1F)




Call van


Available for moving large amounts of cargo, call vans can be used for up to five passengers (limited to 20 kg of cargo per person), costing around 70,000~80,000 won to Seoul.


* Call van information counter located at Gate 13 of Terminal 1 Arrivals Hall (1F)




TIP


If by any chance a driver tries to take advantage of you by demanding an inflated fare, report the incident to the Seoul Global Center (+82-2-2075-4180), which offers services in English, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Vietnamese, Mongolian, Filipino, Uzbek, and Thai. You can also report your complaint to the Dasan Call Center (+82-2-120), which offers services in English, Japanese, Chinese, Vietnamese and Mongolian.


When making a domestic call in Korea, you do not need to dial the international code (+82). In addition, the region code can also be omitted when making a call within the same province.




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