It takes a maximum of 1 hour to fly from Korean mainland airports
to Jeju with Planes leaving from Gimpo Airport in Seoul the
major departure destination. 94% of travelers come to Jeju Island
by plane. Jeju international airport has 12 local and 6 international
direct airlines, which links major cities with 130 aircrafts
(November, 2003, Source: www.jeju.go.kr). There are 6 flights
to Tokyo, 4 flights to Osaka, 2 flights to Beijing and 3 flights
a week to Hong Kong.
Jeju has 6 direct sailing routes 6 times a week between major
local ports including Busan and Incheon:
Busan Port - Jeju Port
Incheon Port - Jeju Port
Wando Port - Jeju Port
Mokpo Port - Jeju Port
Tongyeong Port - Seongsan Port
How to get to Seogwipo City from airport
When you come to Jeju airport, please take Limousine Bus #600
to Seogwipo (big red and white color bus with a number 600).
The bus runs every 15 minutes; the bus stop is on the very left
when you exit from the airport. This bus does several stops
at hotels in the Jungmun tourist area and then goes to Seogwipo.
You can buy tickets right inside the bus before the bus departs
from the airport. The bus has comfortable seats and air-con,
it takes about 1hour 20min from the airport to Seogwipo. Ticket
costs 3.900 won to Jungmun area and 5.000 won to Seogwipo.