KTX - Korail

KTX - Korail(KTX - Korail)

KTX was operated by Korea Railway (Korail) and was founded in 1994. After the Asian financial crisis, Korea's economic development was revived and KTX was quickly built. KTX uses the French TGV-A push-pull high-speed EMUs, a total of 46 groups, of which 12 are manufactured in Alstom, France, and the remaining 34 are made in Korea. Known as "one of the top ten trains in the world." It was officially opened on April 1, 2004. The KTX has 20 cars, two of which are powered, two for motor vehicles and sixteen for passenger trains. KTX does not have a dining car to increase passenger capacity.

At present, the KTX high-speed train has 4 routes, which need to be carefully confirmed by the station.

– At the Seoul Railway Station, you can take the Gyeongbu Line to Busan Station via Daejeon, Dongdaegu, Gyeongsan, and Miryang. Or arrive at the Gyeongbu Line of Busan Station via Daejeon, Dongdaegu, New Gyeongju, and Ulsan.

– Pass the Cheongwon train to Jinju via Changwon, Mashan and other places.

– At the Longshan Railway Station, you can take the Jeonju, Nanyuan, Suncheon and other places to connect the Jeolla Line train at Yeosu Station.

– At Longshan Railway Station, you can take the Hunan Line of Mokpo via West Datian, Yishan and Gwangju.

  • On December 5, 2012, with the extension of the Mashan-Jinzhou section of the Qingquan Line, the KTX train station was also added to the Xian'an Station and Jinzhou Station west of the Mashan Station.

1st Class

KTX was operated by Korea Railway (Korail) and was founded in 1994. After the Asian financial crisis, Korea's economic development was revived and KTX was quickly built. KTX uses the French TGV-A push-pull high-speed EMUs, a total of 46 groups, of which 12 are manufactured in Alstom, France, and the remaining 34 are made in Korea. Known as "one of the top ten trains in the world." It was officially opened on April 1, 2004. The KTX has 20 cars, two of which are powered, two for motor vehicles and sixteen for passenger trains. KTX does not have a dining car to increase passenger capacity.

At present, the KTX high-speed train has 4 routes, which need to be carefully confirmed by the station.

– At the Seoul Railway Station, you can take the Gyeongbu Line to Busan Station via Daejeon, Dongdaegu, Gyeongsan, and Miryang. Or arrive at the Gyeongbu Line of Busan Station via Daejeon, Dongdaegu, New Gyeongju, and Ulsan.

– Pass the Cheongwon train to Jinju via Changwon, Mashan and other places.

– At the Longshan Railway Station, you can take the Jeonju, Nanyuan, Suncheon and other places to connect the Jeolla Line train at Yeosu Station.

– At Longshan Railway Station, you can take the Hunan Line of Mokpo via West Datian, Yishan and Gwangju.

  • On December 5, 2012, with the extension of the Mashan-Jinzhou section of the Qingquan Line, the KTX train station was also added to the Xian'an Station and Jinzhou Station west of the Mashan Station.
Facilities in the coach

2nd Class

KTX was operated by Korea Railway (Korail) and was founded in 1994. After the Asian financial crisis, Korea's economic development was revived and KTX was quickly built. KTX uses the French TGV-A push-pull high-speed EMUs, a total of 46 groups, of which 12 are manufactured in Alstom, France, and the remaining 34 are made in Korea. Known as "one of the top ten trains in the world." It was officially opened on April 1, 2004. The KTX has 20 cars, two of which are powered, two for motor vehicles and sixteen for passenger trains. KTX does not have a dining car to increase passenger capacity.

At present, the KTX high-speed train has 4 routes, which need to be carefully confirmed by the station.

– At the Seoul Railway Station, you can take the Gyeongbu Line to Busan Station via Daejeon, Dongdaegu, Gyeongsan, and Miryang. Or arrive at the Gyeongbu Line of Busan Station via Daejeon, Dongdaegu, New Gyeongju, and Ulsan.

– Pass the Cheongwon train to Jinju via Changwon, Mashan and other places.

– At the Longshan Railway Station, you can take the Jeonju, Nanyuan, Suncheon and other places to connect the Jeolla Line train at Yeosu Station.

– At Longshan Railway Station, you can take the Hunan Line of Mokpo via West Datian, Yishan and Gwangju.

  • On December 5, 2012, with the extension of the Mashan-Jinzhou section of the Qingquan Line, the KTX train station was also added to the Xian'an Station and Jinzhou Station west of the Mashan Station.
Facilities in the coach
  • * In-car bathroom
  • * Video/audio system
  • * Internet access
  • * Computer information desk
  • * Vending machine
  • * Accessibility