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Taxis In Korea - Question

Old Apr 18, 22, 3:17 am
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Taxis In Korea - Question

Hello! I'm sorry to create a whole thread for this, I just couldn't find a thread to ask it in. Me and my family have a trip booked for June and are quite excited. We're still looking to avoid catching covid while on holiday as much as possible and so are wondering - when taking taxis, is it easy to turn down the windows in the taxis ourselves?

It sounds like a strange question, I but not all of my family will be comfortable in a taxi if its the sort where you can't put the window down for ventilation so I am just planning around that if I need to. Thanks!

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Old Apr 19, 22, 4:04 am
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In the taxis that I have taken, ya, the passengers can control the windows.
Sometimes i wind the windows up.

The air in Seoul can be quite bad, so generally, having the windows up is better.
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Old Apr 29, 22, 2:17 am
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More important - how many people in the family? Bc the taxi will be tight Hyundai sedan - 3 in the backseat and one person up front....so you might need to hire a private driver to get space and comfort.
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