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Tour Korea Discounts with this Card!


“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.”
― Marcel Proust


Korea Tour Card, an exclusive card for international tourists, has been released for around one year and we’d like to share this very useful card and benefits with you!

Korea Tour Card is not just a transportation card; it also provides the card-holder with countless benefits and discounts in all areas of tourism, from attractions to shopping to K-culture, performances and more.

©Korea Tour Card, Korea Smart Card Corporation,

When using the card, visitors can receive a discount on admission to art museums and amusement parks, as well as receive benefits when shopping at department stores, malls, duty free shops and more. The Korea Tour Card is available for sale at Seven Eleven convenience stores in the metropolitan area and in Jeju-do, as well as at the AREX Travel Centers at both Incheon Airport and Seoul Station.




  • Tourist Attractions

    Enjoy tour attractions all over


  • Shopping / Duty-free

    Your shopping experience will be more delightful!


  • Accommodations

    Have a pleasant stay!


  • Ski / Resort

    Here, wander around snow field of Korea which is more beautiful during winter time.


  • Foods

    Enjoy various food & beverages
    with special befits!


  • Performance / Exhibition

    Korea’s best performances and exhibition is here for you to enjoy!


  • Entertainment

    Are you prepared to be thrilled
    with K-POP and exciting rides?


  • Experiences

    Here are some places where
    you can experience real Korea!

  • Etc.

    Exchange, transportation, baggage storage and lot more services are waiting for you!


Where to Top Up and Refund

– KOREA TOUR CARD can be topped up at the following locations.
– Please note that the card price(4,000KRW) is not refundable.
– Inquiry: Korea Travel Hotline 1330

Category Location Top-up & Refund information
Top-up Convenience stores GS25, CU, 7-Eleven, Ministop, Storyway
Subway stations Card vending machines (Seoul Subway Lines 1–4)
Card top-up machines and service centers (Seoul Subway Lines 5–8)
Banks ATMs at branches of Woori Bank, Shinhan Bank, KB Kookmin Bank, KEB Hana Bank, Nonghyup Bank, National Credit Union Korea, Korea Post Bank, and Jeju Bank (not available at ATMs of other local banks)
Refund Convenience stores Please visit the T-money website as refund limits vary with stores
Subway stations Service centres (Seoul Subway Lines 5–8)
Refund limit: no more than KRW 50,000
Banks Please visit the T-money website as refund limits vary with stores.

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