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Korean Traffic Signs

 

 

 

 

 

Overview

Most of the traffic signs in the Republic of Korea are common interantional traffic signs. The following table represents traffic signs that you may encounter while driving in Korea. Contact the POC below if you need immediate assistance or if you would like to see a resource added.

POC: Eighth US Army Motor Vehicle Safety Manager

Korean Traffic Signs

 

Warning Signs

Cross Intersection

T-Intersection

Y-Intersection

Right Side Road

Left Side Road

Priority Road

Right Merge

Left Merge

Traffiic Circle

Danger

Railroad Crossing

Right Curve

Left Curve

Right Double Curve

Left Double Curve

Two-way Traffic

Upgrade

Downgrade

Road Width Reduced

Road Width Reduced-Right

Road Width Reduced-Left

 

Keep Right

May Travel Either Lane

Divided Road Begins

Divided Road Ends

Traffic Signal Ahead

Slippery Road

Wharf / River Bank

Bumpy Road

Speed Bump Ahead

 

Falling Rocks

Loose Gravel/Mud

Pedestrian Crossing

Children Protection

Bicyclist Ahead

Road Under-construction

Low-flying Aircraft

Cross Wind

Tunnel Ahead

Wild Animal Protection

 

Prohibitory Signs

Road Closed

No Entry for Passenger Cars

No Entry for Cargo Vehicles

No Entry for Buses

 

No Entry for Motercycles

No Entry for Passenger Cars/Motorcycles

No Tractors / Cultivators

No Entry for Animal Drawn Vehicles

No Entry for Hand Carts

No Entry for Bicycles

Do Not Enter

No Parking or Stopping

No Parking

No Through Traffic

No Right Turn

No Left Turn

 

No Crossing

No U-Turn

Do Not Pass

No Entry for Vehicle Carrying Dangerous Material

Slow Down

Stop

Yield

Pedestrian Crossing Prohibited

No Pedestrian Walking

Weight Limit

Height Limit

Width Limit

Distance Limit

Maximum Speed Limit

Minimum Speed Limit

       

 

Mandatory Signs

Road Reserved for Motor vehicles

Road Reserved for Bicycles

For Bicycles And Pedestrian

One-way Traffic

One-way Traffic

One-way Traffic

Unprotected Left Turn

Traffic Circle

Direction of Travel

Right Turn

Left Turn

Straight or Right Turn

Straight of Left Turn

Right or Left Turn

U-Turn

May Travel Either Direction

Keep Right

Keep Left

Proceeding Direction

Bypass

Use Snow tires or Chains

Safety Zone

Parking Permitted

Parking for Bicycle

 

Road Reserved for Pedestrians

Pedestrian Crossing

Children Protection

Bicycle Crossing

Regular Services Bus Only

HOV Lane

 

 

 

 

 

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