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Ulsan » Buk-gu » Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant (현대자동차 울산공장)


Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant (현대자동차 울산공장)   
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  • Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant (현대자동차 울산공장)
  • Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant (현대자동차 울산공장)
  • Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant (현대자동차 울산공장)
  • Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant (현대자동차 울산공장)
  • Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant (현대자동차 울산공장)
  • Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant (현대자동차 울산공장)
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700, Yangjeong-dong, Buk-gu, Ulsan-si
울산광역시 북구 염포로 700 (양정동)
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-52-280-2232~5 (Korean)
(Korean, English)
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As Hyundai Motor’s main production facility, the Ulsan Plant is comprised of five independent plant facilities on a land spanning 5,000,000 square meters. The plant is the world’s largest single automobile plants and employs over 34,000 personnel to produce an average of 5,600 vehicles a day. The plant has its own port where up to three 50,000-ton vessels can anchor simultaneously and operates a fire station, hospital, and patrol cars all within the grounds.

Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant is nestled among 580,000 trees and equipped with state-of-the-art facilities to preserve the environment such as a waste water disposal plant. The plant tour offers a great opportunity for visitors to experience the manufacturing process of Hyundai Motors, which is emerging as a global car brand. Tour reservations can be made at the company website for individuals or families of less than 12 people and for groups of over 30 people.
Closed on weekends & national holidays
About an hour
Activity Information
Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant Briefing → Tour
- Group: group tour is only available by bus
- Individual: groups less than 12 people

*High Season: March-June / Sept.-Nov. (reservations must be made in advance)
*For safety reasons, visitors must be over the age of 12 and at least 130cm in height unless accompanied by a legal guardian (up to 2 children for each guardian).
*Tours cannot be taken the same day as application is submitted.
Age Limit for Activities
Open to visitors 13 years and up.
Operating Hours
Mon-Fri: 10:00-01:00, 13:00-15:30 (twice a day)
Maximum Occupancy
30 people-200 people
Reservation Info. for Foreigners
Online application (Korean)
* International visitors are asked to call the office before applying online.
Ulsan Express, Intercity Bus Terminal (in front of Lotte Department Store).
Take Bus 401 or 1104 to Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant.

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