Rail services in Seoul

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Railways in Seoul

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  • JHL
    Seoul, South Korea7,978 contributions
    This is a railway no longer in use. Good tourist attraction for people now.

    - The location is in southwestern end of Seoul. Close from Cheonwang, Oryudong and Onsu Station. Good to visit together with Pureun Arboretum.
    - It's a long range. Need enough time to walk from end to end.
    - There are some nostalgic photo points. Nothing spectacular.
    Written March 24, 2021
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  • ErkiBear
    London, UK295 contributions
    Booked this tour a few days in advance at the Korail office in Seoul Station. staff spoke good english and it was very easy although note the office is not open on Sundays. Turned up back at the station on the given day and once the platform number popped up on the board, boarded the train and trundled off on our way. The tour was fairly comprehensive and not a fast pace but we saw all we expected to. Not sure I understand much more about the war having been there though. Please remember to take your passport as they do check it and I would recommend grabbing a packed lunch from Paris Baguette at Seoul station before you get on the train as the lunch stop is basically a school canteen. We sat outside in the sunshine with a sandwich and a coffee instead.
    Written November 4, 2019
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  • Anton G
    Port of Spain, Trinidad64 contributions
    This is basically a routine commuter train. There is nothing about this that makes it a 'tour'. If you want to start and return to Seoul, the whole round trip takes about 14 hours without any time to get off at any of the stops (the train just stops to drop off and get new passengers, as per any other commuter train). There was no wifi on board, and no information displayed relating to the stops. Fortunately we were able to find one employee who was able to help us to figure out where we could get off the train and get back to Seoul.
    Written September 1, 2019
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