First you need to get the card (the card ALONE cost KRW 3,000) then you will need to load it/add funds to it so you can actually use it. This T-card can be used for bus, train, cab fares and even in some stores and you can just keep adding funds to it from convenience stores/marts. Their subway system is easy to learn. There's just a lot of walking involved just getting in/out of the station and you should take the time to find out which exit you need to take. There's a map on every station right after you get off the train. Wifi is accessible anywhere even in the train. We went as far as Nami Island using the train. Its fast and very little wait time for the next train. Just get one of those subway maps and you'll learn how to connect from one train to the other using their color coding system. Really easy to learn.
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