|Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant (현대자동차 울산공장)|
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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|
|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.|
|Mon-Fri: 10:00-01:00, 13:00-15:30 (twice a day)|
|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.