Taking trains and subways is part of everyday life here in South Korea. Therefore either whilst living in or just visiting it’s useful to learn the basics to help to get around and not get stuck/lost. In South Korea many signs maybe in English but it isn’t always clear and of course people don’t always speak English.
These phrases and vocabulary can also be used within situations and are mostly in a formal or at least polite form so if you have an issue they can be very useful.
We’ve listed the At the Train Station and On the Train different Vocabulary and Phrases here either as a JPEG image or a high quality PDF download. Either click on the images or link above, and enjoy:
FREE PDF Download “Train Station and Train Korean Words and Phrases” from Fresh Korean
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T-Money a type of rechargeable travel card that can also be used to pay for the bus, subway and taxi plus items in convenience stores, vending machines, payphones and even entry into some places such as Seoul Racecourse. Similar to the Oyster Card (London), PASMO (Tokyo), Octopus (HongKong) and EasyCard (Taiwan) a T-Money card is a must have in Korea and make traveling easier, cheaper and less stressful.
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