As a solution to this problem, the second trial will include Jeju National Museum as an additional stop where tourists can also enjoy lunch.
Two public buses will leave from the bus terminal in Jeju City and travel to 19 different main tourist sites like the port, the market place, and the Jeju International Airport. The service will run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., 10 times a day.
A pass will cost 5,000 won for the adults and 3,000 won for students, the disabled, and National Veterans Honorees.
By the end of this month, the city will finish plans to acquire a business license, set up signs at bus stops, and re-design the exterior of the buses. Promotional materials will also be placed in hotels, tourist information offices, the airport, and at ports.
(Translated by Song Hannim)
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