Traveling in Korea: Korail

Aboard the Korail, the train’s internal design meets passenger needs. There is a top shelf for passengers to place their bags. Even hanger straps on the train are made for people of different heights! (Image courtesy of Viviane Szeto.)

    By Viviane Szeto When I got to the security check point at Seoul’s Incheon International Airport in South Korea, the trays used to put personal items through the X-ray surprised me with “Have a nice trip J” written on them. This friendly and thoughtful little gretting on the trays marked the end of my 10-day vacation in Seoul. Seoul will always be in my heart. Everything is cleverly designed not only to meet the needs of users but also to enhance the user-experience, from K-pop, Korean TV dramas, cosmetics and more. What impressed me the most during my … Continue reading