Terminal 2

Seoul, South Korea

Terminal Information

Some 60 cafés, bars and restaurants offer Korean and international fare. You can place orders through a mobile app and pick up the food on arrival at the terminal. Multilingual self-ordering kiosks are also available.

Bookstores, convenience stores and a flower boutique can all be found in the terminal, as well as 6 duty-free retailers. For a taste of culture when buying mementos of your visit, head to the terminal's Korean Traditional Culture Centers, where you can catch live performances, as well as trying your hand at Korean crafts.

  • ATMs
  • Bank
  • Currency exchange
  • Digital Gym
  • Information points
  • Indoor gardens
  • Laundry
  • Pharmacy (public area and near Gate 253/254)
  • Media wall featuring travel-themed art and motion graphics
  • Photo booth
  • Roaming information robots
  • Sculpture and exhibition areas
  • Smoking area (Gates 254, 257 and 264)

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Wheelchair rental
  • Priority lanes (ask at your airline counter on check-in)

Stop off for a coffee in one of the cafés before continuing on your journey. There are also donut stores and a juice bar.

There's a cell phone store in Arrivals.

  • Currency exchange
  • Information points
  • Smoking area (Exit 4)

  • Accessible restrooms
  • Wheelchair rental

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