|Tourist Information Center (TIC) of Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) Seoul Office (한국관광공사 관광안내전시관)|
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|The Tourist Information Center (TIC), located on B1 of the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) Seoul Office, is open all
year round, and provides a wide range of useful information and services to tourists visiting Korea regarding Korean tourist attractions, accommodations, food, etc. in Korean, English, Japanese, and Chinese. Also, tour-related brochures, such as tour guide books and maps, are provided free of charge. The KTO Seoul Office holds experiential
cultural programs like trying on Hanbok, playing traditional folk games, and sharing Korean names, ane
more. These programs are held all year round. Visitors are also able to use its
other sections, including a medical tourism information center, a hallyu exhibition hall, the K-Star Gallery, and other facilities suited
to the interests of tourists.
* During the relocation period, services are limited to the basics.
Tour-related brochures, phone, email services and access to hallyu exhibition hall will not be available from June 26th to 28th, 2015.
|Tourism information guide, traditional cultural experience, hallyu experience (hallyu star), medical tourism information guide, etc.
|Tourist Information Desk / Medical Tourism Information Center / K-Star Gallery / Free Internet & Telephone|
|Exhibition Hall Information|
|[Tourism Information Desk]
ㆍAdvice and info regarding tour plans, accommodation, and transportation
ㆍFree Korea tourism leaflets and brochures
ㆍLanguage assistance: Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese
ㆍK-Star photo zone and hand-printing facility
ㆍHours: 9:00–20:00 (open all year round)
[Medical Tourism Information Center]
ㆍClinics and hospital information provided, as well as being connected with a coordinator who has medical tourism experience
ㆍHours: 09:00-18:00 (open all year round)
ㆍInquiries: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
* During the temporary relocation period, the medical tourism experience (e.g. tea therapy, blood pressure measurement and etc.) will be discontinued during the relocation.
[Free Internet Access & Telephone Zone]
ㆍFree international telephone and Internet access available
* Phone services will be unavailable from 17:00 Korea Standard Time (KST), June 25th (Thursday) to June 28th (Sunday) 2015.
|Baby Stroller Rentals|
|Foreign Language Intepretation Services|
|Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese|
From Seoul Station (Seoul Subway Line 1,4), Exit 9 or 9-1
- Take bus 7017 or 7021
- Get off at Cheonggye-1(il)ga, Gwanggyo Bridge Station.
1. Jonggak Station (Seoul Subway Line 1), Exit 5
- Go straight for 3 minutes and cross the street above Cheonggyecheon Stream.
- Turn right at the street immediately after crossing Cheonggyecheon Stream.
The KTO Seoul Office is the second building on the left.
2. Euljiro 1(il)-ga Station (Seoul Subway Line 2), Exit 2
- Go straight for about 5 minutes.
- Turn left at the last street before crossing Cheonggyecheon Stream.
- The KTO Seoul Office is the second building on the left.
3. Gwanghwamun Station (Seoul Subway Line 5), Exit 5
- Go straight and turn left at the road running parallel to the stream (Cheonggyecheon-ro).
- Follow Cheonggyecheon-ro for about 6 minutes until you see the KTO Seoul Office on the right.