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Take Jeju Bus 100, 200, or 502. Ask the driver whether the bus goes to the terminal in Korean(터미널 가요? teo-mi-null gah-yo?) If he nods, get on the bus.

Assuming that you’ve arrive at your guesthouse in the Jeju Island, I would explain how to take a ‘Jeju bus’. Don’t blame yourself if you took the different route of intracity Jeju bus, because even I got confused twice today while traveling by bus and had to get off twice. Luckily, you get one free transfer to other buses if you do so in 40 minutes after you tagged your card! So it’s okay to be confused and get off (in 30 minutes.) Supposing that you stayed at Greenday guesthouse, you’ll find your bus stop at DAUM MAPS, which is a must-have app for Jeju travel, available in Android marker and Apple Appstore.Take Jeju Bus 100, 200, or 502. Ask the driver whether the bus goes to the terminal in Korean(터미널 가요? teo-mi-null gah-yo?) If he nods, get on the bus.

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Can you find 제주종합시외 버스터미널(Jeju Jong-hab-si-oeh-bu-seu-teo-mi-null) in the middle of the map? That is where you should arrive. If you use DAUM MAPS, you can click the bus stops and clicked bus stops will show the numbers each buses have. When you click the bus number, you will see a new pop-up window. Click the small button that says 노선 전체보기(no-sun-jeon-chae-bogey) Click it, and you’ll see the whole bus route on your DAUM MAPS. Don’t worry too much about getting lost. Because these days,

Can you find 제주종합시외 버스터미널(Jeju Jong-hab-si-oeh-bu-seu-teo-mi-null) in the middle of the map? That is where you should arrive. If you use DAUM MAPS, you can click the bus stops and clicked bus stops will show the numbers each buses have. When you click the bus number, you will see a new pop-up window. Click the small button that says 노선 전체보기(no-sun-jeon-chae-bogey) Click it, and you’ll see the whole bus route on your DAUM MAPS.  Don’t worry too much about getting lost. Because these days,

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Jeju bus has monitor which tells you the next bus stop you’ll arrive in English. Don’t lose focus!
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If you took the right bus, you’ll soon arrive at the Jeju Bus Terminal
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And you’ll get off at the opposite bus stop. Which means you have to cross the road. Once you cross the road,
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You’ll see the information center. Ask some questions and get some maps and discount coupons. Turn right and now you’ll see
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White bus not too far away. Step closer and
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You’ll see a city tour bus. It’ll cost 5000won. If you feel like taking a city tour, get inside. But I guess you might have just passed this one since you would prefer independent tour. Let’s get inside the bus terminal.
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You’ll see the locals waiting for their buses inside the Jeju Bus Terminal
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The Jeju Bus Terminal Might be finished with the renovation which began in August. So it would be a bit different now.
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Buy your ticket here and check the departing time and destination.
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Jeju Bus heading to the Jungmun
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Bus heading to the Seogwipo City
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Bus heading to Moseulpo

If you decided to take one of these intercity bus of Jeju, good luck! I will post more detailed information explaining how to take Jeju buses later.

Written by Allaboutjeju

AllaboutJeju.com aims to provide information for the people traveling to Jeju Island of Korea, especially backpackers. Traveling this beautiful island without a car or a tour guide can be challenging for any foreigners, but your trip filled with unique local experiences will be priceless. With the help of AllaboutJeju.com, make your very personal journey even more special.

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