Student Housing in Seoul

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Seoul

About

Seoul, the capital, is also the largest metropolis of South Korea. As Capital to many Korean kingdoms, Seoul received over 10 million international visitors in 2014. It is the world's 9th most visited city and 4th largest earner in tourism. This city also holds the honour of the first city in East Asia to introduce electricity to the royal palace. The majority of South Korea's most prestigious universities, including Seoul National University, Yonsei University, Korea University are homed here in Seoul. Seoul ranked 10th on the QS Best Student Cities 2019.

Student Accommodation

The statistics illustrates that in 2018 there were approximately 2.03 million students enrolled in universities in South Korea (source: Statista.com). South Korea is quite affordable, with many different housing options available. Along with student accommodations such as hostels, paying guests, and shared apartments, organised accommodations such as co-living and student living have come into existence. The average cost of student accommodation in Seoul is ₩2,500 to ₩900,000. 

Daily Commute

Public transport is a significant living expense in Seoul. Traveling by train and bus costs around ₩2 for every trip. The primary factor to consider here is the distance of your accommodation to your university or place of work. If public transport is yours, everyday needs, then this cost will become one of your major monthly costs of living in Seoul. Buses are the prime and cheapest medium of commute in the city.

Trunk buses are operated partly by private bus companies and partly by the city government.

Branch buses are flexibly operated by private bus companies. It connects major subway stations or bus terminals outside downtown Seoul. 

Rapid buses are express buses designed especially for passengers commuting between downtown Seoul and the metropolitan area. 

Circulation buses will circle major parts of Seoul.

Student Life

Being a well-developing city, the cost of living here in Seoul is quite high. You can still hog around the town as it has something for everyone. For some nightlife in Seoul, Hongdae - near a famous Art college is the best place to go to as it has a young crowd and exciting vibes. Meokjagolmok (food alley), is the city's busiest street with more than 200 food stalls. Not only this but the city has a lot more fun things to d

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