South Korea is well connected especially through the air and from some places waterways are also available, making it well accessible from almost all parts of the world. South Korea's international airports are located at 7 distinct places including in the capital city Seoul/Incheon. One can also travel to South Korea from the Mainland of China and the Japanese islands through ferries. The Korean peninsula has many sea ports making it well connected with the Chinese and Japanese islands.
South Korea's international airports are located at 7 distinct places including in the capital city Seoul. South Korea's busiest airport, Incheon International Airport which is located in Seoul Metro Area facilitates travelling intercity as well.
South Korea can be reached through waterways only by three countries namely Japan, China and Russia. Ferries link a dozen of Chinese ports with the main Korean Port at Seoul. Regular Ferries sail between Busan and 4 Japanese cities and faster services are available on Hydrofoils. DBS Cruise Ferry Co runs the ferry •Eastern Dreamê that makes the trip between Russian cities and South Korea on a regular basis.