Ultra Korea

Jun 2020

10 Jamsil-dong

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The basics

A weekend extravaganza with some of the hottest electronic acts in the world.

The festival

American electronic music brand, Ultra, has expanded from its original Miami base to run festival set ups all over the world. 2013 saw the festival head out to Korea for the first time and it garnered gushing reviews.

Without much competition at this high quality level of production, it’s immediately become one of the must-attend dance events in Asia. Paul van Dyk, Above & Beyond, M.I.A. and the other head honchos of dance music headed it up in 2014, complete with huge light shows, pyrotechnics, fireworks and futuristic screens.

If you don’t want to dance with the sweaty hoi palloi, indulge in a VIP ticket which comes complete with your own seated area, bottle service, luxury loos and your own entrance. Raves have never been so swanky.

Our tip

This is an evening only affair so you’ll need accommodation in Kuala Lumpur to rest your head.



Full lineup here.

Getting there

How do I get there?

Flying: Skyscanner. A'REX is a railway line that connects downtown Seoul with Incheon Int’l Airport and Gimpo Airport. Both commuter trains and express trains are available: the commuter trains stop at every station and the express train runs non-stop from Incheon Int’l Airport and Seoul Station. The express train from Incheon Int’l Airport costs 14,500 won and takes just over 40 minutes. Express trains depart every 30 minutes. Commuter trains cost approximately 4,000 won and takes just under 60 minutes to get to Seoul Station.

Using Public Transport: Subway- The Seoul subway consists of lines 1 through 9 plus the Jungang Line, Bundang Line, and Gyeongui Line. Each line can be distinguished by its representative color as well as signs and maps found throughout each station so that native Koreans and foreigners alike can use the subway system with ease. 

Using the Bus: City limousine buses travel to all major areas of Seoul. Tickets are 5,000-15,000 won and travel time is approximately 60-80 minutes, depending on traffic and destination. Tickets can be purchased at ticket booths located at exits just outside the passenger terminal.





General Admission: $324.95 (advance)

General Admission: $349.95 (regular)

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