Internet cafes are available in Seoul,
and one in Taejon.
Available at major hotels and business centres.
Airmail takes up to ten days to Western Europe.
offices hours: Monday-Friday 9.00 am - 5.00 pm, Saturday
9.00 am - 1.00 pm.
Korea Daily News, The Korea Herald and The Korea Times are English-language national dailies.
Voice of America
World Service can be received. The most current can be
found online as from time to time the frequencies change.
There is a service at all main hotels. Korea International
Telecommunications Services at 1, Choongmo-ro, Chung-gu, Seoul
provides a 24-hour public service.
- land line
Full IDD is available to Seoul and other major cities.
Country dialing code is 82
There are no area codes
Outgoing international codes: 001 or 002
Telephone - mobile
Telecom is the main network provider. It is possible to
rent a handset to use whilst in Korea (Rep) (contact SK Telecom,
as above). A new 3G network, KT
ICOM, is also available.