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Searching for luggage storage in Seoul? Whether you have some free time on a travel day or are just waiting to check into your hotel, you’ve come to the right place!
The city’s feng-shui and beautiful landscaping leave plenty of room for rest and recreation, no matter how long your visit. But, as you might expect from an alpha ranked World City, Seoul can be a bustling place with business and parties running 24/7.
Keep reading for all the information you need to store your bags in the city, including Hongdae and Seoul Station luggage storage options.
South Korea’s capital city is a modern metropolis but rich with tradition. Buddhist temples share the same streets as futuristic skyscrapers, and soothing saunas relax away jet lag just in time for the clubs to open. You’ll want to hit the ground running, and that’s where we come in.
Ever arrived somewhere really amazing and suddenly realized you’ve got too much to carry?
We know that feel, so we created Stasher to be the leading luggage storage network of the sharing economy. Our trusted partners in Seoul will keep your bags secure for a low daily rate.
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With Stasher, luggage storage in Seoul is just ₩10,000 per day!
Stasher has plenty of locations around Seoul so you have luggage storage options wherever you’re headed.
Below are some quick links to StashPoints near the main stations and tourist districts:
To see a list of all our Seoul luggage storage hosts and a map, click here
All of our Seoul StashPoints are open late or 24 hours.
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Go enjoy your day - your bags will be waiting when you get back.
You may want short-term luggage storage for personal items if you’re on a multi-leg train journey or attending an event near Seoul Station. Lucky for you, we’ve got a StashPoint right inside!
There is a Safex travel center that will store your bags as well, but their fee schedule is divided into four bag sizes and goes up to a whopping ₩12,000/day. The Safex is open from 8am - 9 pm.
Seoul Metro has luggage storage lockers at Seoul Station, operated via touchscreen kiosk, (kinda like a vending machine). There are a limited number of these self-service locker machines in Seoul Station. You can see the number and status of all “unmanned convenience machines” here.
Prices: Fees vary by locker size, as follows:
Small locker: 380x520x270mm (14.9”x20.4”x10.6”) - ₩2,000
Med. locker: 380x520x570mm (14.9”x20.4”x22.4”) - ₩3,000
Large locker: 380x520x870mm (14.9”x20.4”x34.2”) - ₩4,000
Seoul Station lockers are designed for short-term luggage storage and charge in four-hour blocks of time; an additional fee applies after 12 hours. Payment for any additional time is required upon baggage retrieval.
Hours: The machines are only operational from 5 am-midnight when the trains are running.
Bags left more than 3 days without renewal or payment will be sent to a central processing center and discarded after 30 days.
Seoul Station is South Korea’s main transit hub and largest railway station, easily recognized by its modern glass-paned architecture. Along the wide walkways, you’ll find a currency exchange, a food court, and plenty of shopping at Lotte Outlets. Clear signage leads the way with English translations in yellow.
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Between the street festivals, vintage shopping and art installations, you definitely don’t want extra luggage bogging you down in Hongdae.
There are plenty of places to store your bags in the area.
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Hongdae is a trendy neighborhood surrounding the renowned school of art and design from which the region got its name, Hongik University. There, you’ll find dance clubs, indie music halls, themed cafes, and vintage shops. A local nonprofit runs an open-air market from March to November every year. Vendors at the Artmarket Freemarket sell handmade art, crafts, clothing, and accessories every Saturday from 1-6 pm at Hongdae University Park.
Hongdae is easily reached via Subway Line 2 at Hongik University Station and Line 6 at Sangsu Station. If you’re taking the bus, look for numbers 273 or 7011.
Easy to book online at short notice, and a good price. The location was easy to find, very central and the service in the shop was lovely. Luggage was kept safe and it all felt completely secure so I’d definitely use Stasher again.