Contact Us

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Contact Us

Welcome to this page!

This is the right page if you are looking for Transparency International Korea’s address and other relevant contact details. In addition, we included available transports if you need to get to our office.

Address:
Transparency International Korea Chapter
#1006 Pierson Building, 42, Saemunan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul 110-761, Korea (South) – new address

#1006 Pierson Building, 89-27 Sinmunno 2Ga, Jongno-gu, Seoul, 110-761, Korea (South) – old address

Telephone: +82-2-717-6211 / Fax: +82-2-717-6210
Email: ti@ti.or.kr

Contact Us: Abe Sumalinog, Climate Change Integrity Programme Coordinator
Han-Beom You, Executive Director

Getting to Our Office

This guide is useful when you are already in Seoul area. If you are coming to Seoul from Incheon International Airport, you need to read the separate instruction in this same page.

When in Seoul you can take the following transports:

Subway: (Line No.5) Sodaemun Station (Exit 5). Head straight for about 200 meters then you will see Kyunghyang Shinmun (newspaper company building). Right behind that building is Pierson Building (older structure) where you can find us in the 10th floor.

(Line No.5) Gwanghwamun Station (Exit 8). From this exit, head straight up for about 300 meters and find Pierson Building (older structure) on your left hand side. Across our building is Seoul Police Museum.

Bus: Take the following bus with numbers: 160, 260, 270, 271, 273, 370, 470, 471, 601, 704, 720, 7023, 9602, 9710. Get off at Seoul History Museum Bus Stop then walk up for about 50 meters and find Pierson Building which is across Seoul Police Museum.

Taxi: Taxis are the quickest transport to get if you want to find our place easily. From Incheon International Airport, it will take around an hour and will cost you about USD70 to get to our office.

Getting To Seoul From Incheon Airport

There are three public transports available from Incheon International Airport for Seoul – express train, limousine bus, taxi.

Arex Train (express train). This train takes around 45 minutes to reach Seoul Station – where you should get off. From Seoul Station you can take subway, taxi or bus to our office. Taking a taxi would be the most practical way especially if you have a luggage and wants to come quicker. Click the following click to find out more about this train: http://english.arex.or.kr/jsp/eng/main.jsp

Limousine Bus. This is another best way to come to Seoul especially if your hotel is in Seoul and other major Limousine Bus stops. You can find out more this bus’s schedules and other details here: http://www.airport.kr/airport/traffic/bus/

Taxi Cabs. It is quite comfortable to take but it is costly – about six times more than taking the bus or express train. You can take the white or orange colored taxis as ordinary ones (and cheaper); a black-colored taxi is deluxe taxi and a bit more expensive than the other two. You can find out more about Incheon Airport’s taxis here: http://www.airport.kr/iiacms/page

Hotel Pickup / Drop Off Service. Some popular and upscale hotels provide transportation services with their own transports that will pick up and drop off their customers/guests. So, you should find out if they provide this service or not.

Please, let us know should you need further guidance and detailed information on how to contact, locate, send mails or any. We will be glad if you contact us send a message.

Thank you!

2 thoughts on “Contact Us

Tara Prasad Bhusal

September 23, 2015

I am associate professor at central department of economics , Tribhuvan University, kathmandu,Nepal. Nepal is one of the least developed country with high corruption and least equally. Nepal is suffering a serious problems of corruption.Nepal is ranked 139th out of 174 nations in the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) published by the Transparency International (TI) in Feb, 2015. Nepal received a score of 27 in the CPI.
Therefore I want to take part to the training workshop and conference related to integrity, ethics and anti-corruption conducted by your organization.

tolstivan6063

February 4, 2017

Hello! I really like your blog! Continue to write more! Very interesting!

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