T-Money Card: The Essential Korean Transportation Card 2022

Are you concerned about getting around on Korea’s public transport network? Unsure about how to pay for tickets, what the fares will be, and whether you’ll have the right change? Well, don’t worry. Korea has the perfect solution – the T-Money Card: the essential Korean transportation card.

The T-Money Card will make travelling around Korea an absolute breeze, freeing up your mind to worry about more important things, such as which street food to try next, which palace to explore, and which Korean phrase you want to try out next.

Whether you’re a short-term tourist or long term resident in Korea, this transportation card is definitely a must-have purchase that’ll make travelling in Korea much more convenient, easier, and cheaper. By using the T-Money Card, you can skip the ticket machines, avoid loose change, and even pay a lower fare.

If you want to know more about where, why, and how to use the T-Money Card in Korea, as well as hear about some of my tips to get the most out of the card, keep on reading.

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The T-Money Card is the essential Korean transportation card

What Is The Korean T-Money Card?

The Korean T-Money Card is a prepaid transportation card that can be used to pay for public transportation in cities across Korea, including buses and subways. It provides cash-less travel around Korean cities, as well as offering discounts in many places.

The T-Money Card can also be used to pay for a range of other items and services, including taxi charges, items in convenience stores, entrance fees for attractions, vending machines, and food and beverages in restaurants. Anywhere you see the T-Money logo (above), you can use the T-Money Card.

Quick Summary of the T-Money Card:

Purpose: electronic payment system that allows people to avoid using cash
Uses: transportation, shopping, entrance fees for attractions across Korea
Cost: 2,500 KRW (Korean Won) for the card
Valid: all over Korea

T-Money is the Korean equivalent of other transportation cards, such as the Oyster Card (London), Octopus Card (Hong Kong), or SUICA (Japan), but is more flexible than any of those as it has a wider range of uses. If you plan to visit Korea for a week, or stay for a lifetime, getting a T-Money Card is a must.

T-Money Card with BT 21 character designs

Why Do I Need A T-Money Card In Korea?

One of the best features of the T-Money Card is that you don’t need to use cash to buy tickets when travelling, or when paying for small items in convenience stores and other locations. Another feature of the T-Money Card is that is you will pay less when you travel in Korea.

There are two rates to travel in Korea’s subways and buses – one for cash and one for transportation cards like the T-Money Card. The rate for the T-Money Card is the lower one, meaning you’ll save loads of money when you travel with a T-Money Card. Here are the different bus and subway fares:

  • Regular Fare: 1,350 KRW
  • T-Money Fare: 1,250 KRW

If you plan to travel in Seoul and other Korean cities, you will need to go to a ticket machine to buy a ticket (subway) or have the exact change (buses) to travel. With a T-Money Card, you can simply walk in and touch the card to the scanner for hassle-free travel.

When you use the T-Money Card, you pay less for subway and bus fares. It literally pays for itself.

Buying a T-Money Card was one of the very first things I did when I arrived in Korea. I encourage you to buy one as soon as you arrive. It’s really convenient and indispensable for travelling in Korea.

There are other benefits and features of the Korean T-Money Card which make it an essential purchase. I’ll introduce those, and other information, in the rest of this article.

Cheonggyecheon Stream In Seoul with umbrellas over the water

Where Can I Use The T-Money Card In Korea?

As mentioned, you can use the T-Money Card for a range of public transportation options throughout Korea, as well as for shopping, sightseeing, and more. Here are some of the ways you can use T-Money.

1: Use T-Money Card For Buses

You can use the T-Money Card to pay for buses in Seoul and other cities in Korea. Touch the card on the card reader by the driver when you enter. Touch another card reader as you leave the bus. This card reader will tell you the fare, as well as how much money you have left.

On most buses, you enter through the front door and leave via the middle door further inside the bus. If there is no middle door, use the card reader at the front of the bus and leave via the front door.

T-Money Card reader on a Korean bus

The picture above is an example of a T-Money Card reader on a bus in Seoul.

Tip: You can get a transfer discount when you transfer from one bus to another within 30 minutes (1 hour after 9:00 pm), so be sure to touch out when you leave the bus.

Please Note: You can’t walk onto Intercity buses and pay with T-Money, you should buy a ticket from the vending machine at bus terminals. You’ll be able to pay for this ticket using your T-Money Card.

T-Money Card reader at a Seoul subway station

2: Use T-Money Card For Subway

The T-Money Card is the easiest way to use the subway system in Seoul and other cities. Simply walk up to the subway turnstile and touch the large raised card reader (pictured above) to enter the subway. This will display the cost of the ride, as well as your current balance.

When you exit the subway, touch the card reader again to leave the station. You’ll also need to touch a card reader if you’re transferring between two unconnected subway stations. In this case, the charge may appear as zero. Be sure to top up the card if you plan to use the subway a lot in that day. If you run out of credit, you can add some at the subway stations.

Below is a list of cities in Korea where you can use the T-Money Card to ride the subway:

  • Seoul & Gyeonggi-do
  • Incheon
  • Daejeon
  • Daegu
  • Busan
  • Gwangju

Tip: If you run out of credit on your T-Money Card while using the subway, there are recharging machines on both sides of the ticket gates. Make sure you have some spare cash to top up the card.

Taxi

3: Use T-Money Card For Taxis

You can use a T-Money Card to pay for taxis in Korea. It’s quick, easy, and allows you to avoid using a credit card or having the right change. This is certainly a much more convenient option when travelling.

As long as the taxi driver has the T-Money logo displayed, as most taxi drivers in Korea will do, you can pass your T-Money Card to the driver who will touch it to the card reader and complete the payment. If in doubt, check with the driver by showing your T-Money Card when you get in.

Since I arrived in Korea, I’ve got used to taking taxis more often. Taxis in Korea are much cheaper than in places like Europe, USA, or Japan. You can even call them directly to you using the Kakao Taxi app, which is available on Android and iPhone and can be used in English, Korean, and Chinese.

Tip: Be sure to have enough money on the card, otherwise you won’t be able to pay! An average taxi ride for 10-15 minutes usually costs less than 10,000 KRW or $9. Make sure the taxi driver turns on the meter so they can’t overcharge you.

Myeongdong Shopping Street, Seoul

4: Use T-Money Card For Shopping

The T-Money Card is really useful when you want to buy small items, such as a bottle of water, coffee, or some snacks. When you see the T-Money logo, you can use the card to pay for goods and services.

You can use T-Money to pay for purchases in convenience stores. The main convenience store brands in Korea are:

  • 7-Eleven
  • GS25
  • CU
  • Emart 24
  • Ministop

You can use the T-Money Card in Korea’s supermarkets and chain stores, including:

  • Home Plus
    (supermarket)
  • Emart
    (supermarket)
  • Face Shop
    (cosmetics)
  • Innisfree
    (cosmetics)
  • Tony Moly
    (cosmetics)
  • and lots more…

Food and beverage outlets across Korea accept the T-Money Card. This makes it easy to buy a quick lunch or grab a coffee on the go. Places that accept T-Money include:

  • Starbucks
  • McDonald’s
  • Angel-in-Us Coffee
  • Ediya Coffee
  • Gong Cha Tea
  • Paris Baguette
  • and lots more…

Tip: I would only recommend using the T-Money Card for small purchases, otherwise you’ll be forever reloading it.

Baseball glove and balls

5: Use T-Money Card For Attractions & Other Locations

Wherever you see the T-Money logo, you can use your T-Money Card to pay for goods and services. This includes at major attractions like theme parks and sports stadiums, as well as other locations like pay-phones and vending machines. Here are some of the locations you can use T-Money:

  • Vending Machines (even up in the mountains)
  • Public Pay-Phones
  • Everland Theme Park
  • Sports Stadiums (including Wyverns Baseball Club)
  • Festivals (for food and drinks)
  • and lots more…

Tip: If in doubt, try using your T-Money Card when paying for things. There’s a good chance it’ll work and save you the trouble of collecting change when paying in cash.

Kakao Friends T-Money Card design

How Much Does The T-Money Card Cost?

The price of the T-Money Card is 2,500 KRW (about $2.00) for the standard T-Money Card that is sold at public transportation stations across Korea.

This does not include any credit and you will need to add funds to the card before you can use it.

You can buy prepaid T-Money Cards online through vendors such as Klook. These are more expensive (6,500 KRW), but come with 5,000 KRW credit pre-loaded on the card (or app if using the mobile version). These can be the regular T-Money Card, or the tourist-only Korea Tour Card.

The T-Money Card costs 2,500 KRW. You might pay more for special editions.

There are a range of different designs and cards that include the T-Money function. These cards typically retail for 4,000 KRW and also don’t come with any credit. The extra change is for the artwork. These cards work in the same way as regular T-Money Cards, but can make nice gifts or souvenirs. T-Money Cards don’t expire, so you can reuse them when you visit Korea again.

The T-Money Card function is also available in the tourist-only Korea Tour Card and Discover Seoul Pass. There’s more information about those later on in this article.

T-Money Card vending machine

How To Buy The T-Money Card

There are many places you can buy a T-Money Card in Korea, including at the airport, transportation centres, and convenience stores.

Here is a list of all the available places to buy the T-Money Card and how to buy one.

Bus ticket machines at Incheon Airport, Korea

Where To Buy T-Money Cards At Incheon Airport

Incheon Airport is the arrival destination for most international travellers and one of the best places to get a T-Money Card. You can buy a T-Money Card at Incheon Airport from vending machines at the main transportation centre on the basement level (B1) of Terminal 1 as well as at any of the other train or subway stations at Incheon Airport, including the subway that connects Terminal 1 and Terminal 2.

You can also buy T-Money Cards at Incheon Airport from convenience stores, including branches of 7-11, GS25, and CU. You will need to top up the card after you’ve bought it. If you purchase a T-Money Card with a special design at a convenience store at Incheon Airport, you may pay a slightly higher price.

Incheon Airport is very tourist-friendly and has services in a number of major languages, including English, Chinese, and Japanese. This includes the T-Money Card vending machines. To buy a T-Money Card at a vending machine, select the language you want to use and follow the on-screen instructions. You’ll need to top up the card with cash before you can use it.

Once you’ve added credit, you can use the T-Money Card straight away to help you get from Incheon Airport to Seoul and into your hotel – whether that’s by subway, bus, or taxi.

Advertising sign for sim cards at Incheon Airport

Airport Collection

If you’ve pre-ordered a T-Money Card through an online booking site such as Klook, you can collect your card at Incheon Airport from their pick-up desks. Travellers who want to pre-order sim cards or rent WiFi eggs for mobile internet can collect these at the same time.

There are desks run by phone companies that offer free T-Money Cards when you sign up for a sim card, as shown in the picture above.

All-stop train sign at Incheon Airport, Korea

Subway & Train Stations

You can buy a T-Money Card at any subway station in Seoul and throughout Korea. As you can see from the picture above, which was taken at Incheon Airport’s subway station, you can use the T-Money Card to get from Incheon Airport to Seoul on the all-stop train (not the Airport Express).

You’ll find two different machines in subway stations – one for tickets and one that sells T-Money Cards. When you first buy a T-Money Card at a subway or train station, you’ll need to go to the machine selling them. You can go to any ticket machine to reload the card.

Personalised T-Money Card in Korea

Personalised T-Money Cards At Subway Stations

If you want a unique T-Money Card as a souvenir from your trip to Korea, you can create your own personalised T-Money Card at Seoul Station. You can also buy personalised T-Money Cards from Hongik University Subway Station and Digital Media City Subway Station.

You can take a photo using the vending machine, or choose another image by connecting your phone to the machine. Connect your phone via a QR code on the vending machine and then upload the image. It could be your picture, your favourite idol, a scenic shot of Seoul, or whatever you like. Whichever picture you choose will be printed on the personalised T-Money Card.

The cost of a personalised T-Money Card is 6,000 Korean won. You can buy the personalised T-Money Card with cash or credit card. It’s a bit more expensive than the regular T-Money Card as it’s personalised, but has all the regular features of the standard card.

Once you’ve purchased the card, don’t forget to add credit from a nearby recharge station.


Convenience Stores

Major convenience store chains (7-Eleven, GS25, CU, Emart 24, etc.) sell T-Money Cards, including branches at Incheon Airport. If you want to buy a T-Money Card on arrival, this is another good option. These cards are available at the counter and often come in a range of interesting designs.

Please Note: You’ll pay a higher price for a card with a design. When you buy the card at a convenience store, you can also add credit to the card. This can only be done with cash.


Stationery Stores & Other Shops

A growing number of shops also sell T-Money Cards and might include their own designs. Stationery stores such as Artbox – one of the most popular stationery and gift shops in Korea – feature T-Money Cards with their own designs. They might also include characters such as those from popular messenging apps like Kakao or Line.

Please Note: When you buy the card at a stationery store, you might not be able to add credit to the card, it will depend on the store.

T-Money Card ticket and vending machine

How Can I Recharge The T-Money Card?

The T-Money Card can be recharged (reloaded) at subway stations and convenience stores throughout Korea. Vending machines at subway stations are the easiest locations to recharge a T-Money Card and will also allow you to check your balance.

These machines can be found in each major city in Korea where you can use T-Money. They are available in Korean, English, Japanese, and Chinese. These T-Money recharging machines only accept cash and the T-Money Card can’t be reloaded with a credit card.

You can only top-up the T-Money Card with cash. Credit cards aren’t accepted for top-ups.

Besides subway stations, you can also recharge T-Money Cards at convenience stores. The same rule about only charging with cash applies. You can’t recharge a T-Money Card with a credit or debit card.

There is a dedicated T-Money office at Seoul Station where you can ask for advice, purchase & reload the card, and get your remaining balance refunded when you leave Korea.

T-Money Headquarters Address: 1st Floor. T-money Town, Seoul City Tower Building, Namdaemun-ro 5-Ga, Jung-gu, Seoul.

Piggy bank

How To Refund T-Money Card Balance

When you leave Korea, you have the option to refund the remaining T-Money balance. Refunds for T-Money Cards can be issued by vending machines at subway stations or at convenience stores across Korea.

Refunds will be paid in cash and you must refund the whole balance on the card. Once the refund has been issued, you will get to keep the T-Money Card and can top it up again later. There is a 500 KRW fee for refunding the balance on the card. Partial refunds aren’t possible and the cost of the card is not refunded.

The T-Money Card doesn’t expire. Keep it for future trips or give it to a friend who is visiting later.

Refunds can only be issued when the remaining balance is below 20,000 KRW. If the balance is above 20,000 KRW, you can only get a refund from the T-Money Headquarters at Seoul Station.

T-Money Headquarters Address: 1st Floor. T-money Town, Seoul City Tower Building, Namdaemun-ro 5-Ga, Jung-gu, Seoul.

Please Note: The T-Money Card doesn’t expire. However, credit balances will expire after 5 years if not used or recharged. You can use the T-Money Card at the airport to buy last minute snacks and souvenirs or save the remaining balance for your next trip to Korea.

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Alternative Types Of T-Money Card

There are many options for buying the T-Money Card when visiting Korea and the T-Money functions can be found in other electronic payment cards. These alternatives include tourist-only cards such as the Korea Tour Card and the Discover Seoul Pass, which aren’t available to residents in Korea.

Here’s a brief overview of the alternatives to the T-Money Card. There are linked articles that provide more in-depth details about the features and benefits of the Korea Tour Card and Discover Seoul Pass which should help you decide which is right for you.

Korea Tour Card with T-Money

Korea Tour Card With T-Money Card

The Korea Tour Card was designed for tourists travelling to Korea and provides not only with the standard T-Money functions, but also offers lots of discounts and other perks. Therefore, the Korea Tour Card is essentially a T-Money Card with added benefits.

The Korea Tour Card costs 4,000 KRW and offers discounts for a variety of things. You can get discounts for attractions, shopping, services, restaurants, cafes, hanbok rental, river cruises, and more. The full list is available on the Korea Tour Card website.

Here are some of the places you can use the Korea Tour Card to get discounts:

  • Everland & Caribbean Bay
  • Coex Aquarium
  • Korean Folk Village
  • Petit France
  • Play K-Pop Theme Park
  • Gwangmyeong Cave
  • Goseong Unification Observatory
  • Sea Life Busan
  • Alive Museum
  • Dynamic Maze
  • And lots more…

Tip: I’d recommend the Korea Tour Card as you get additional discounts. However, if you’re not likely to use these discounts, stick with a regular T-Money Card. You can top up and recharge the Korea Tour Card in exactly the same way as a T-Money Card.

Discover Seoul Pass with T-Money

Discover Seoul Pass With T-Money Card

The Discover Seoul Pass is a premium pass that will give you free or discounted entry to a wide range of attractions in Seoul. It also includes a free ride on the Airport Express from Incheon Airport and has all the features of the T-Money Card. It’s an all-in-one discount card for tourists.

The Discover Seoul Pass is available with 24 / 48 / 72 hour time limits. However, the T-Money function of this card doesn’t expire and you can use it without activating the time limit for the premium pass functions.

The Discover Seoul Pass includes T-Money, provides 1-way travel from Incheon Airport to Seoul, and free-entry to loads of attractions.

The Discover Seoul Pass is more expensive than a regular T-Money Card. The price of the Discover Seoul Pass starts at 39,900 KRW (24 hour pass). However, you can save a lot of money as you can gain free or discounted entrance to a number of Seoul’s top premium attractions and tours, including:

  • Lotte World Adventure
  • COEX Aquarium
  • Royal Palaces
  • N Seoul Tower
  • Han River Cruise
  • Dynamic Maze & Alive Museum
  • Nanta Cookin’ Musical
  • And lots more…

Buy the Discover Seoul Pass from Klook for a discounted price of 35,900 KRW and you’ll save even more money. There are suggested 1 / 2 / 3 day itineraries for the Discover Seoul Pass in my Discover Seoul Pass Guide that shows how you can save more than 50,000 KRW per day with this card.

Tip: If you plan to visit premium attractions like those included above, the Discover Seoul Pass is definitely worth the cost. Families will especially benefit as a lot of the premium attractions in Seoul are child-friendly. The free ride on the Airport Express can save you almost 10,000 KRW per person, too.

Please Note: The Airport Express is currently not running due to the ongoing pandemic. Please check transportation availability before travelling.

AmazingPay with T-Money

AmazingPay (For Incheon Airport Limo Services)

The AmazingPay T-Money Card gives you discounted travel on the airport limousine buses from Incheon Airport. The airport limo buses are a great way to get from Incheon Airport to Seoul as they drop you in dozens of locations across the city.

The AmazingPay T-Money Card saves you 10% on all airport limo bus tickets from the airport. You can also get discounts at dozens of restaurants, shops, and attractions. It has regular T-Money features, too.

The AmazingPay T-Money Card costs 50,000 KRW and comes with 46,000 KRW in credit on the card. You can buy the AmazingPay T-Money Card at the Airport Bus Ticket Office (No. 4 & 9 Gates at 1F in Incheon International Airport Passenger Terminal) and CU Incheon International Airport branch.

For full details, visit the T-Money Website.

Please Note: The Airport limo buses are currently not running due to the ongoing pandemic. Please check transportation availability before travelling.

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Should I Get A T-Money Card In Korea?

So, if you’ve read all this and you’re still not sure if you should get a T-Money Card, here is a simple summary to show why you might want to get one.

T-Money Card Advantages:

  • Saves time when travelling as no need to queue for tickets
  • Reduces the need to carry cash
  • Makes travelling a lot more convenient
  • Can be used across Korea
  • The T-Money Card doesn’t expire (balance expires after 5 years)
  • A variety of interesting card designs

T-Money Card Disadvantages:

  • Need to recharge the card (but you can do that where you use it)
  • Can’t use a credit card to recharge

Honestly, I can’t think of any other disadvantages. The T-Money Card is really useful and I can’t imagine travelling in Korea without one. I’d recommend buying one as soon as you arrive in Korea.

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Tips For Using T-Money

Here are a few quick tips to help you use the T-Money Card more effectively when you’re travelling or living in Korea:

1: Check the remaining balance as you travel so that you don’t run out by accident.

2: Don’t top up too much (there is a refund limit of 20,000 won). I’d recommend adding 20,000 – 30,000 KRW each time. Maybe less if you don’t plan to travel much.

3: Buy one as soon as you arrive.

4: Make use of the T-Money Card when you are shopping in convenience stores. You’ll end up with a lot less change.

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Travel Advice For Visiting Korea

If you’re planning to visit Korea in the future, then planning when to visit Korea is the best place to start. Spring offers you beautiful cherry blossoms and nature-based festivals, while autumn offers stunning fall foliage sights throughout October. Summer in Korea is hot and humid, but there are lots of sandy beaches to explore and Korean summer activities to enjoy. Winter is cold and dry, but offers the chance to see snow across Korea, including in Seoul’s palaces and famous landmarks.

Once you’ve decided when to visit, knowing where to go and where to stay will be your next challenge. There are many great budget hotels in Myeongdong, Seoul, so if you want to travel on a budget, but in comfort, that’s a great place to get started. Hongdae is also a great place to stay in Seoul for first time travellers, but the transport options aren’t as great as Myeongdong’s. Make sure you’ve got a T-Money Card wherever you stay to ride around on buses and subways.

If you plan to get out of Seoul, which you really should, the good news is that you can use the T-Money Card in many other cities, including Busan and Jeju Island. Korea is rich in history and culture, and there are many unique Korean attractions and activities to enjoy wherever you are. Try to see more than just cities, with a trip to a Korean Buddhist temple in one of the many national parks, a day out at a Korean beach, or even a day hiking in Korea’s many mountains.

Try the many delicious Korean traditional foods, visit a Korean sauna or spa, sing your heart out at a Korean noraebang (singing room), experience a day dressed up in Korean hanbok clothes strolling around traditional Korean hanok houses, and practice using a bit of Korean to make a great impression on the locals. If you don’t know any Korean, try to learn at least a few basic Korean phrases – they’ll go a long way to helping you get the most out of your Korean journey.

If you need some more information about how to travel and what to see, please check out the other articles by In My Korea. Furthermore, here’s a collection of some really useful sites and information that you might need when visiting Korea.

Useful Korean Resources:
Tour agencies:
Klook | Trazy | Get Your Guide
Hotels:
Klook | Hotellook | Booking.com
Learn Korean:
90 Day Korean | Korean Class 101
Money-Saving Passes:
T-Money Card | Discover Seoul Pass
Mobile Internet:
4G Sim Card & WiFi
Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs About The Korean T-Money Card

Finally, here’s a few FAQs about the Korean T-Money Card, in case the above information didn’t cover enough for you.

Where can I use the T-Money Card?

The T-Money Card can be used on public transportation in Korea, including for subway and bus journeys. Furthermore, the T-Money Card can be used to make purchases in convenience stores, cafes, shops, at vending machines, and in a range of attractions.

Can I use a T-Money Card on the subway?

Yes, you can use the T-Money Card on the subway in several cities in Korea, including Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Gwangju, Daejeon, and Incheon.

Can I use a T-Money Card to pay for taxis?

The T-Money Card can be used to pay for taxis where the T-Money logo is displayed. Be sure to check the card has the correct balance remaining to cover the taxi fare before using a taxi.

What happens if I run out of credit when using the T-Money Card?

If you run out of money on your T-Money Card when using the subway, you can top-up at a payment machine inside the subway stations before you enter or exit the station. When travelling on buses, you won’t be able to use the T-Money Card on the bus if there isn’t enough credit available.

Can I use the T-Money Card outside of Seoul?

Yes, the T-Money Card can be used across Korea, not just in Seoul. It can be used for public transportation in all major cities, as well as on Jeju Island. The T-Money Card can also be used for purchases in convenience stores, shops, cafes, restaurants, and attractions where the T-Money logo is displayed.

How much does the T-Money Card cost?

The base cost of the T-Money Card is 2,500 Korean won. This doesn’t include credit, which must be purchased separately. The cost of the card is non-refundable, but outstanding balances on the card can be refunded.

Can I pay for the T-Money Card with a credit card?

You can purchase the original T-Money Card with a credit card, but you won’t be able to add credit or reload the T-Money Card with a credit card. Only cash is accepted for T-Money Card recharging.

Does the T-Money Card expire?

No, the T-Money Card doesn’t expire and can be used on multiple trips to Korea. However, credit balances on the card will expire after 5 years if not used.

Which cities can you use the T-Money Card in?

You can use the T-Money card to ride the subway in Seoul and the surrounding Gyeonggi Province, Incheon, Daejeon, Daegu, Busan, and Gwangju. You can also use the T-Money card on bus networks across Korea, including all major cities. The T-Money can also be used for intercity buses. However, unlike city buses, it is necessary to buy tickets for these buses before you ride.

Where can you buy a T-Money Card at Incheon Airport?

You can buy the T-Money Card from multiple locations at terminals 1 and 2 of Incheon Airport. There is a transportation centre on Basement 1 level of Terminal 1 that sells T-Money Cards in a vending machine. You can also buy T-Money Cards at Incheon Airport from convenience stores, such as 7-11, GS25, and CU. You will need to have cash to purchase and top up these cards.

Where can I create a personalised T-Money Card?

You can create your own T-Money Card with your own photos on the card at certain subway and train stations in Seoul. These include Seoul Station, Hongik University Subway Station, and Digital Media City Subway Station. Upload photos from your phone or take a photo in front of the machine. Once you’ve chosen your design, the card will be printed and will be ready to use once you’ve topped it up. You can top up the personalised T-Money Card at nearby top-up machines at Seoul Station or subway stations across Seoul.

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