Seoul International Airport has confirmed that it will begin offering a transfer from the domestic Seoul Terminal 2 (ST2) terminal at 11:00am on Wednesday.
The Seoul Terminal 1 (ST1) terminal will be closed for the transfer.
The transfer is available to residents of Seoul and those with a Korean passport.
If you are a Korean citizen and traveling overseas, you can transfer via the Seoul Airport Transfer website.
You will need to show a valid passport to be eligible.
If your flight is in Korea and you need to transfer to Seoul from the ST1 terminal, you will need a flight ticket to the airport.
The ticket will be sent to your Korean passport, but not stamped.
You will need one of these two:A passport issued by the Republic of KoreaA visa issued by a country in the Republic.
To find out if you have a Korean visa or an international visa, please contact your airline or travel agency.
Airline passengers can also transfer via their airline’s transfer partner.
The transfer is not free.
The cost of a transfer varies depending on the fare.