The following is a translated summary of a report from the local press. It has been edited for clarity, including the addition of links and information needed for readers unfamiliar with Jeju. — Ed.
The Jeju City Tour Bus (click here for a map and schedule), which successfully finished over a year of testing recently, will run from March 11 to the end of November, according to a Feb. 20 statement from city officials. The tour bus service has 19 stops which includes the Jeju Intercity Bus Terminal, major tourist sites, the wharf, the Jeju City Traditional Market and the airport. Tour buses run between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., for a total of eight complete rotations a day taking an estimated 1 hour and 40 minutes for each run. The fare is 5,000 won for adults, 3,000 won for students, the disabled and veterans. A ticket is valid for the entire day and can be used to transfer to ordinary bus routes. — Headline Jeju