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Getting There

There is no direct train to Boseong from Seoul, but you can take a train to Gwangju and then take a bus from the Gwangju Intercity Bus Terminal. Buses bound for Boseong come every 30 minutes, and the ride lasts about 90 minutes. From Boseong-eup, take a bus bound for Yulpo or the Daehan Daeup (Boseong Tea Plantation. The Yulpo-bound buses run every 30 minutes, and it's a 15-minute ride.

You can take a bus directly from Seoul's Express Bus Terminal to the Boseong Bus Terminal. Buses run twice a day from Seoul at 8:10am and 3:10pm and take just under 5 hours. Other than Seoul and Gwangju, you can also catch buses to Boseong from Suncheon, Yeosu, Busan, and Masan, which all run several times a day.

Getting Around

There are local buses that run from the Boseong Bus Terminal. Most of them run on a 30- to 60-minute schedule, so plan accordingly. You can also catch taxis outside the bus terminal, or flag them down if you see them pass on the street.

Visitor Information

The website for Boseong County (tel. 061/852-2181) is www.boseong.go.kr.

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.