Nuriro - Korail

Nuriro - Korail(Nuriro - Korail)

The Nuriro, or Nooriro (Korean: 누리로), is one of the quasi-high-speed rail trains of the Korea Railway Corporation. It began operations on the Gyeongbu Line and the Long Line on June 1, 2009, and began on March 31, 2010. Chungbuk Line operates. After the electrification of the long line on December 15, 2008, the southernmost end of the Metro Line 1 of the Metropolitan Area extended to Xinchang Station. On June 1, 2009, the Korea Railway Corporation began to replace the Infinity Train with the Nuriro train on the Seoul-Xinchang section of the Metro Line 1 of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area. On March 31, 2010, the Seoul-Jichuan section was opened, and the original Infinity Train replaced the Xincun Line in 2015. In addition, before the emergence of ITX-Youth, the Nuririo train was once operated on the Beijing-Spring line from December 25, 2010 to February 28, 2012. The train is currently operating on the following railway lines:

Gyeongbu Line, Long Line: Seoul to Xinchang Gyeongbu Line, Chungbuk Line: Seoul to Jecheon Gyeongbu Line, Chungbuk Line: Daejeon to Jecheon Gyeongbu Line, Hunan Line, Gwangju Line: Longshan to Gwangju

1st Class

The Nuriro, or Nooriro (Korean: 누리로), is one of the quasi-high-speed rail trains of the Korea Railway Corporation. It began operations on the Gyeongbu Line and the Long Line on June 1, 2009, and began on March 31, 2010. Chungbuk Line operates. After the electrification of the long line on December 15, 2008, the southernmost end of the Metro Line 1 of the Metropolitan Area extended to Xinchang Station. On June 1, 2009, the Korea Railway Corporation began to replace the Infinity Train with the Nuriro train on the Seoul-Xinchang section of the Metro Line 1 of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area. On March 31, 2010, the Seoul-Jichuan section was opened, and the original Infinity Train replaced the Xincun Line in 2015. In addition, before the emergence of ITX-Youth, the Nuririo train was once operated on the Beijing-Spring line from December 25, 2010 to February 28, 2012. The train is currently operating on the following railway lines:

Gyeongbu Line, Long Line: Seoul to Xinchang Gyeongbu Line, Chungbuk Line: Seoul to Jecheon Gyeongbu Line, Chungbuk Line: Daejeon to Jecheon Gyeongbu Line, Hunan Line, Gwangju Line: Longshan to Gwangju

Facilities in the coach

2nd Class

The Nuriro, or Nooriro (Korean: 누리로), is one of the quasi-high-speed rail trains of the Korea Railway Corporation. It began operations on the Gyeongbu Line and the Long Line on June 1, 2009, and began on March 31, 2010. Chungbuk Line operates. After the electrification of the long line on December 15, 2008, the southernmost end of the Metro Line 1 of the Metropolitan Area extended to Xinchang Station. On June 1, 2009, the Korea Railway Corporation began to replace the Infinity Train with the Nuriro train on the Seoul-Xinchang section of the Metro Line 1 of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area. On March 31, 2010, the Seoul-Jichuan section was opened, and the original Infinity Train replaced the Xincun Line in 2015. In addition, before the emergence of ITX-Youth, the Nuririo train was once operated on the Beijing-Spring line from December 25, 2010 to February 28, 2012. The train is currently operating on the following railway lines:

Gyeongbu Line, Long Line: Seoul to Xinchang Gyeongbu Line, Chungbuk Line: Seoul to Jecheon Gyeongbu Line, Chungbuk Line: Daejeon to Jecheon Gyeongbu Line, Hunan Line, Gwangju Line: Longshan to Gwangju

Facilities in the coach
  • * In-car bathroom
  • * vending machine
  • * Infant room
  • * Barrier-free facilities (seat and toilet)