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BUSAN, South Korea -- An official of Busan Regional Maritime Affairs and Port Office said the passenger boat service between Busan and Jeju which was stopped from May last year will be reopened from the nineteenth. 

Two passenger ships including Seokyeong Paradise ship and Seokyeong Island ship of SK FERRY Corporation will be operated on the sea route and it takes eleven hours starting from Busan at seven p.m to Jeju-do. 

The passenger capacity of Seokyeong Paradise and Seokyeong Island are six hundred and eighty-hundred-eighty, respectively and each of the ships are capable of carrying three-hundred cars.

Source: Busan eFM News

Passenger Boat Service to Jeju Island Resumes This Friday


BUSAN, South Korea — An official of Busan Regional Maritime Affairs and Port Office said the passenger boat service between Busan and Jeju which was stopped from May last year will be reopened from the nineteenth. 

Two passenger ships including Seokyeong Paradise ship and Seokyeong Island ship of SK FERRY Corporation will be operated on the sea route and it takes eleven hours starting from Busan at seven p.m to Jeju-do. 

The passenger capacity of Seokyeong Paradise and Seokyeong Island are six hundred and eighty-hundred-eighty, respectively and each of the ships are capable of carrying three-hundred cars.

Source: Busan eFM News


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