Busan Station, which opened as the first Busan train station in 1910 as a starting station connecting Seoul and Busan, opened the era of the Korea Express Railway (KTX) that connects about 428km between Seoul and Busan with 2 hours and 40 minutes on April 1, 2004.
Across the main road of Busan Station, where Busan Metro Line 1 passes, there are Shanghai streets where Chinese restaurants are concentrated, restaurants and bars used by Russian sailors, and behind the Toyokoin Busan Station 1 Hotel on the right side of Busan Station Square, there are many Korean restaurants frequently used by office workers, so it would be good to take a walk around Busan Station.
Currently, Busan Station and KTX Busan Station of the Busan Metro are directly connected by an underground passage, so you can use the underground passage to get to Busan Station by high-speed rail.
It is connected by an underground passage from the city bus stop in front of Busan Station to KTX Busan Station.
If you use the ground, if you come out of Exit 8 of the Busan Metro, there is Busan Station Square. Music is always playing here as a shelter for the elderly or as a place where various groups gather.
There is an escalator in Busan Station Square, and if you go upstairs by escalator, there is a KTX platform and a train ticket counter on the right. And on the first floor, there are stores such as coin lockers and convenience stores and restaurants where you can leave your luggage.
|Name||KTX Busan Station|
|Address||1187-1, Choryang 3-dong, Dong-gu, Busan.|
부산시 동구 초량3동 1187-1
|Telephone||051-440-2516 (National Railroad Busan Station Information Center), 1544-7788, 1588-7788 (KORAIL Information Center)|