KTX-I
The KTX-I or simply KTX, also known as TGV-K, is a South Korean high speed train class based on the French TGV Réseau. The 20-car formation of the trainsets without restaurant car is optimized for hig...
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Korea Train Express
Korea Train eXpress (KTX) is South Korea's high-speed rail system, operated by Korail. Construction began on the high-speed line from Seoul to Busan in 1992. KTX services were launched on April 1, 200...
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HSR-350x
HSR-350x, alternatively called G7, KHST or NG-KTX, and later officially renamed Hanvit 350, is a South Korean experimental high-speed train. It was developed and built in a joint project of governmen...
KTX-II
The KTX-Sancheon is a South Korean high-speed train built by Hyundai Rotem in the second half of the 2000s and operated by Korail since March 2009. With a top speed of 305 km/h (190 mph), th...
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Honam Line
The Honam Line is a major railway line serving the Honam region (North and South Jeolla Provinces) in South Korea. The line is served by frequent passenger trains from Seoul (via the Gyeongbu Line) t...
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HEMU-400X
HEMU-430X (standing for High-Speed Electric Multiple Unit 430 km/h eXperimental) is a South Korean high-speed train intended for a maximum speed of 430 km/h (267 mph). On the last day o...
Suseo High Speed Railway
The Suseo High Speed Railway (Suseo HSR) is a high-speed railway under construction from Suseo in southeast Seoul to a junction with the existing Gyeongbu High Speed Railway in South Korea. The line w...
Honam High Speed Railway
The Honam High Speed Railway (Honam HSR) is a high-speed railway under-construction between Osong (on the existing Gyeongbu High Speed Railway) and Mokpo in South Korea. The line will become part of K...
Yeongdong Line
The Yeongdong Line is a line of Korail. It connects Yeongju in North Gyeongsang Province with Gangneung in Gangwon Province. From Yeongju, it crosses the Taebaek Mountains and reaches the Sea of Jap...
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Gyeongbu Line
The Gyeongbu Line (Gyeongbuseon) is the most important railway line in South Korea and one of the oldest. Constructed in 1905, connecting Seoul to Suwon, Daejeon, Daegu, and Busan. The Gyeongbu Line i...
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Jungang Line
The Jungang Line (literally Central Line) is a rail line of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway from Yongsan Station to Yongmun Station. It also refers to the railway line connecting Cheongnyangni in Seoul ...
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Jeolla Line
The Jeolla Line is a railway line in North and South Jeolla Provinces in South Korea. The line is served by frequent passenger trains from Seoul (via the Gyeongbu and Honam Lines) to Yeosu. This line ...
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Janghang Line
The Janghang Line is a railway line serving South Chungcheong Province in South Korea. The line connects Cheonan (on the Gyeongbu Line) to the railway junction city of Iksan. The Janghang Line is ser...
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Gyeongwon Line
The Gyeongwon Line is a railway line serving northeastern Gyeonggi Province in South Korea. The line is operated by Korail. The name of the line came from Gyeongseong (Seoul) and Wonsan, the original ...
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Gyeongui Line
The Gyeongui Line is a railway line between Seoul and Dorasan Station in Paju. Korail operates the Seoul Metropolitan Subway service between Seoul Station and Munsan Station.
Originally the line c...
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Gyeongjeon Line
The Gyeongjeon Line (Gyeongjeonseon) is a railway line serving South Gyeongsang and South Jeolla Provinces in South Korea. It covers a total of 300.6 km, from Samnangjin Station in Miryang, Sout...
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Gyeongchun Line
The Gyeongchun Line operated by Korail is a Seoul Metropolitan Subway line between Seoul and Chuncheon. The name of the line is derived from Gyeong (京, meaning the capital, Seoul) and Chuncheon. The l...
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Donghae Nambu Line
The Donghae Nambu Line is a railway line connecting Busan to Pohang in South Korea.The line runs along South Korea's east coast.
On October 31, 1918, an extension of the Daegu Line reached Pohang....
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Donghae Bukbu Line
The Donghae Bukbu Line is a former railway line that connected the present-day city of Anbyon in Kangwon Province, North Korea, with Yangyang, Gangwon Province, South Korea. It has not carried trains ...
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Daegu Line
The Daegu Line is a railway line in South Korea. The line connects Dongdaegu Station on the Gyeongbu Line in Daegu to Yeongcheon on the Jungang Line. The line is served by frequent passenger trains ...
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Daegok-Sosa-Wonsi Line
The Sosa–Wonsi Line is a dual-track, electrified rail line in western Gyeonggi-do, South Korea currently under construction. Opening is set for April 2016.
The Sosa–Wonsi Line is being built in fo...
Chungbuk Line
The Chungbuk Line(충북선, 忠北線) is a railway line serving North Chungcheong Province in South Korea. The line connects Jochiwon on the Gyeongbu Line to Bongyang on the Jungang Line, serving the major cit...
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Arex
AREX, spelled A'REX as a brand name, is a South Korean commuter rail line that links Seoul with Gimpo Airport and Incheon International Airport. The section between the two airports opened on March 23...
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Gyeongbu High Speed Railway
The Gyeongbu High Speed Railway (Gyeongbu HSR) between Seoul and Busan is South Korea's first high-speed rail line. KTX high-speed trains operate three sections of the line: on April 1, 2004, the firs...
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