Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Metro in Busan

Getting around in Busan is extremely easy. The metro is cheap and convenient (1,300 won per ride ~ $0.95). They also offer a day pass for 4,500 won so you don't have to worry about crossing into another "section" and be charged more. I picked a hotel at the meeting of two of the main lines so 100 meters outside our door gave us access to the entire city.

Trains just sound like trains. We've gotten accustomed to the repetitive sounds after using public transportation so often in Japan. However, these trains had Dustin and I looking at each other in wide-eyed geeky delight.

Take a listen....


Sorry the video is of the (very clean) floor. We felt it rude to video our accompanying passengers.

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