KTX-Sancheon - Korail

KTX-Sancheon - Korail(KTX-Sancheon - Korail)

The KTX Mountain River, which was started on March 2, 2010, formerly known as KTX-II, is the first high-speed train in Korea that is fully built using domestic R&D technology. It not only eliminates the disadvantages of the narrow seat of the first-generation KTX high-speed train, and can not adjust the direction. It also improves the service specifications, adding commercial seats and fast food bars. The KTX Yamakawa was launched on the Gyeongbu Line and the Hunan Line on March 2, 2010.

There are ten cars in the KTX Mountain River. Two of them are powered cars and eight cards are passenger trains. The seat is divided into two seats and a standard seat. The first-class seats have 30 seats, one for each of the three seats. The standard seat has 333 seats and four seats in each row. All seats can be rotated.

1st Class

The KTX Mountain River, which was started on March 2, 2010, formerly known as KTX-II, is the first high-speed train in Korea that is fully built using domestic R&D technology. It not only eliminates the disadvantages of the narrow seat of the first-generation KTX high-speed train, and can not adjust the direction. It also improves the service specifications, adding commercial seats and fast food bars. The KTX Yamakawa was launched on the Gyeongbu Line and the Hunan Line on March 2, 2010.

There are ten cars in the KTX Mountain River. Two of them are powered cars and eight cards are passenger trains. The seat is divided into two seats and a standard seat. The first-class seats have 30 seats, one for each of the three seats. The standard seat has 333 seats and four seats in each row. All seats can be rotated.

Facilities in the coach

2nd Class

The KTX Mountain River, which was started on March 2, 2010, formerly known as KTX-II, is the first high-speed train in Korea that is fully built using domestic R&D technology. It not only eliminates the disadvantages of the narrow seat of the first-generation KTX high-speed train, and can not adjust the direction. It also improves the service specifications, adding commercial seats and fast food bars. The KTX Yamakawa was launched on the Gyeongbu Line and the Hunan Line on March 2, 2010.

There are ten cars in the KTX Mountain River. Two of them are powered cars and eight cards are passenger trains. The seat is divided into two seats and a standard seat. The first-class seats have 30 seats, one for each of the three seats. The standard seat has 333 seats and four seats in each row. All seats can be rotated.

Facilities in the coach
  • * In-car bathroom
  • * Video/audio system
  • * wifi access
  • * Power outlet
  • * Vending machine
  • * Fast food cabinet
  • * Barrier-free facilities (seat and toilet)