[Korea] Receive discount benefits with the upgraded Busan Tour Card!

Photo: Busan Tour Card (Credit: PASS N Trip)

A new type of transportation card that offers discount benefits in Busan known as the Busan Tour Card has been released! Busan Tour Card is available at 4,000 won and can be used as a transportation card anywhere in Korea, allowing a minimum charge of 1,000 won up to a maximum of 500,000 won. It also offers discount benefits up to 50% at major tourist attractions in Busan, and 5~20% off at popular restaurants, shopping centers, museums, tourist facilities, accommodations, and more. Visitors to Busan can easily receive assistance or information related to this new card at the Busan Tour Card Information Desk located on Busan Station’s 1F.
Busan Tour Card can be purchased only at Zimcarry in Busan Station and Songjeong Marina for now, but will be available in convenience stores, tourist hotels, subway stations, and major tourist attractions throughout Busan, including Gimhae International Airport, by mid-November. Don’t forget to purchase this handy card when you’re on a trip to Busan!

More Info
Busan Tour Card
☞ Price:4,000 won
* Charge fee not included (Charges can be made from a minimum of 1,000 won to a maximum of 500,000 won)
☞ Purchase locations (as of October 12)
– Zimcarry in Busan Station: C1F, Busan Station, 206, Jungang-dearo, Dong-gu, Busan
– Songjeong Marina:37, Songjeonggudeokpo-gil, Haeundae-gu, Busan
* Cards will be available for purchase at subway stations, major tourist attractions, and convenience stores throughout Busan by November.
☞ Busan Tour Card Information Desk: Located on Busan Station’s 1F, open from 09:00-18:00 (Open all year long) / Assistance in English available
☞ Busan Tour Card inquiries: +82-51-923-9000 (Korean, Japanese, Chinese)
* Language assistance may not be available depending on staff schedule.
☞ Busan Tourism Organization website: bto.or.kr(Korean, English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese)
☞ 1330 Korea Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Information courtesy of PASS N Trip