You can find on this page the Seoul buses map to print and to download in PDF. The Seoul bus system map and the Seoul trolley map present the network, stations and lines of the buses and trolley of Seoul in South Korea.

Seoul bus map

Map of Seoul buses

The Seoul bus map shows all the stations and lines of the Seoul bus system. This bus map of Seoul will allow you to easily plan your routes in the buses of Seoul in South Korea. The Seoul bus system map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Seoul bus system is operated by the Seoul Metropolitan Government, with four primary bus configurations available servicing most of the city. Seoul has many large intercity/express bus terminals as its mentioned in Seoul bus map. These buses connect Seoul with cities throughout South Korea. Seoul bus system uses cash or Transportation Cards. Rates vary depending on which route is taken.

There are four types of buses as you can see in Seoul bus map: Trunk Bus (Blue) : This type of buses will operate at higher speeds and access the median bus lane connecting suburban areas to downtown Seoul. The blue color represents Seoul's skyline and Hangang (River) to symbolize security and freedom. Branch Bus (Green) : Green buses will be flexibly operated by private bus companies, to connect major subway stations or bus terminals outside downtown Seoul. Green stands for the mountains surrounding the city. Rapid Bus (Red) : The red buses will be express buses designed specially for those commuting between downtown Seoul and the metropolitan area. The color red exudes energy of speed. Circulation Bus (Yellow) : This bus will circle downtown Seoul and stop at stations for blue buses and major railway stations, as well as business, tourist and shopping areas. Yellow was selected for its dynamic and friendly image.

Seoul bus route numbers specify area divisions. For Trunk and Branch Bus, the first digit indicates the area where the route begins, and the second digit indicates where the route ends as its shown in Seoul bus map. For Rapid Bus, the first digit is always 9, and the second indicates the area in which the route begins. The first digit of Circulation Bus indicates the area in which the bus circles. Seoul bus route number which start with 8 indicates holiday/rush-hour only branch buses. For all lines, any remaining numbers are individual routes.