Foreign tourists to Seoul, in South Korea, will soon be able to take buses and subways as well as visit four of the more popular destinations within the city with a new tourism card. The new service introduced by the city is called the “Seoul Citypass+” and is supported by the Korea Smart Card Company which is already in charge of the the T-Money card used to pay bus and subway fares. Card holders will be given discounts at tourist attractions and certain businesses, according to a report by The Korean Times. The cards will cost a one time fee of 3000 won or 3.25 U.S. dollars.
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