Exit Code – This is the code you need to dial OUT from a country. Also known as IDD (International Direct Dialing) code or ISD (International Subscriber Dialing) code.
Country Code – Each country or region is assigned thier individual country code. You will need this code to dial IN to a country. There is a total of 249 codes worldwide. View all Country Codes
Area Codes – Area codes define a specific part of a country. This can be a whole city or a general region. Some countries are not big enough to have multiple area codes, so you would simply dial the country code and the direct dial number.
Local Number – This number is the local direct line to a home, business or cellphone.
How To Dial a South Korea Local Number from the United States
Example #: Dial 011-82-02-555-5555
How To Dial a South Korea Toll Free Number from United States
Example #: Dial 011-82-080-555-5555
How To Dial a South Korea Mobile Number from United States
Example #: Dial 011-82-051-555-5555
Information About the South Korea
South Korea uses an open dialing plan with a total length (including 0) of 9 to 11 digits. Within a given city, subscriber numbers are 7 to 8 digits long. Making calls from mobile phones to any type of phone (except 010 numbers), the area code must be included.Before June 2000, South Korea used two- to four-digit area codes. The leading “0” is dropped when dialing into South Korea from overseas.
ISD Code or Country Code for the South Korea is 82
|Area codes for major South Korea cities|
|Seoul 02||Incheon 032||Gangwon-do 033|
|Sejong City 044||Busan 051||Daegu 053|
|Gyeongsangbuk-do 054||Gwangju 062||Jeju-do 064|
South Korea Emergency Numbers
112 – Police
119 – Fire/Emergency/Ambulance
1339 – Medical Emergency
1330 – Tourism and Translation