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Airport Railroad Offers Customized Travel Services to Tourists
Tourists Can Send Luggage to Hotels at the Airport
Airport Railroad Offers Customized Travel Services to Tourists
  • By Choi Moon-hee
  • June 25, 2019, 11:17
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The Travel Center at Hongik University Station

Airport Railroad, which shuttles between Incheon International Airport Terminal 1 and 2 and Seoul Station, is providing various travel services to improve customer convenience.

Airport Railroad announced on June 27 that has installed travel centers at Seoul Station, Hongik University Station, Gimpo International Airport Station and Incheon Int'l Airport Terminal 1 and 2 Station, and launched “Mr. Coatroom,” a coat storing brand of “Safex (Safe+AREX),” a convenient and reliable luggage delivery service that will transport luggage to and from the airport to Seoul.

The hours of operation for the Travel Centers at Seoul Station and Hongik University Station are from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., and the hours of operation for each branch can be checked at the websites of Mr. Coatroom and Safex.

Reservations are available at the websites (storing and sending luggage:, coat storage service:

In particular, Safex sends luggage, the main cause of inconvenience for tourists, safely from Incheon International Airport to the hotels they will be staying. It has high satisfaction rate among foreign tourists because they can enjoy check-out tours comfortably by sending their luggage from their hotels to Incheon International Airport or Gimpo International Airport.

People can also prepare for travel at once at an Airport Railroad travel center before going abroad because it offers various travel services such as lending pocket Wi-Fi, selling SIM cards, and making reservations for hotels, performances and city tours.

Kim Han-young, CEO of Airport Railroad Co., Ltd., said, “Airport Railroad is providing integrated travel services for foreign tourists as a hub that connects Korea and the world. I hope you prepare for a comfortable tour at an Airport Railroad Travel Center.”