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Korea Seoul Incheon Airport Train

7 September 2011

Seoul Arrival

The plane landed on time, and customs was easy. The only time I have ever had to wait for customs or immigration is at Heathrow, and there its been every time, one time it took 2 hours! Of course I havent been to the USA.
The train takes an hour to get into town, its a long way as Seouls airport is actually in a differnt city, Incheon.

I am tired so havent seen much besides the subway stations (I had to transfer twice), and my Hotel, and the 711 out the front.
My hotel seems to be in amazing location, the internet works, the rooms fine, I can get cash out, I bought the subway / convenience store smart card etc.
I get USA military tv channels, which have hilarious ads reminding soldiers not to shake their new born babies to death and to respect Korean women.

I will probably re edit this tomorrow cause I typed it really fast and I doubt it makes sense.

Korea-Seoul-Incheon-Airport-Train - Arrivals hall, my bag was first off, as it should be!

Arrivals hall, my bag was first off, as it should be!


Korea-Seoul-Incheon-Airport-Train - After a series of travellators over bridges, you arrive here, which seems to be a giant building to house an escelator that heads underground to the a

After a series of travellators over bridges, you arrive here, which seems to be a giant building to house an escelator that heads underground to the airport train.


Korea-Seoul-Incheon-Airport-Train - On the train, it has 3 competing wifi services, I got my laptop out and played with them, they all cost about $1 for an hour as best I could tell, onl

On the train, it has 3 competing wifi services, I got my laptop out and played with them, they all cost about $1 for an hour as best I could tell, only one of them had English. Interestingly (I have read about this), they only support Internet explorer, and needed to download an active x control to login. Apparently IE is the only browser supported in Korea.


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