By air: You can take a flight to Incheon International Airport which is located on Yeongjong Island in the neighboring city of Incheon.
By train: You can take a train to Seoul Station, Yongsan Station and Cheongnyangni Station to reach the city.
By bus: You can catch a bus from Central City Terminal, Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, Seoul Express Bus Terminal, Nambu Bus Terminal and Sinchon Bus Terminal.
By boat: There are many ferry and boat services that can take you to the destination, Busan is the main port for ferries in the place.
How to Get Around Seoul
By Taxi: Standard taxis can be found in great numbers and they are not costly as well.
By Bus: It is more comfortable and generally faster to tour around Seoul by a passageway, but you can also take a bus and the bus system is an all-inclusive and inexpensive system.
By Air: Of late low-cost local airlines for instance Jeju Air has come along on the scene. Domestic air travel is rationally priced and operates in the majority of the country’s main cities and Jejudo the land of honeymooners in southern Korea.
By Boat: Regular ferries link Incheon City, the west of Seoul, with approximately a dozen cities of ports in China twice or thrice in a week.
By Rail: Seoul is the center of a widespread home rail network managed by Korean National Rail road.