South Korea’s official media agency reported Monday that the South Korean bus service, Busan South Korea, will begin to operate in its first days after a five-year hiatus.
The agency said that buses will be running from the first bus station to the next bus station in a new route.
The bus service will be operated by the Busan Busan Transport Corporation (BBTC), the same bus company that operates the country’s three other public transportation systems.
Busan South Korean, which is the countrys largest bus operator, operates buses in all 50 states, and has been operating its services since 1994.
In addition to the bus system, South Korea has two subway systems and a light rail system.
The light rail service also includes a bus terminal and other facilities, which are accessible to passengers from the airport.
The Seoul Metropolitan Government said that the first service to resume will begin on April 3 and will last for about two weeks.
The service will run from the Seoul-Kyungpo station in Seoul, where passengers can board buses, to the nearby Busan-Gyeonggi Station.
The Seoul Metro will offer a shuttle service to get passengers to the terminal.
The South Korean government announced in March that it was cancelling the previous service, which had been operating in conjunction with the country�s two subway lines.