For more information, please refer to the Korean National Railroad
Train Stations in Seoul
Seoul Station is the most important train station in Korea. The
Gyeongbuseon Line, which connects Seoul to Busan and Gyeongju, begins
from Seoul Station. Most railroad routes start from Seoul Station
except for the Jungangseon Line and the Gyeonguiseon Line (which start
from Cheongnyangni Station) and the Gyeongchunseon Line (which start
from Seongbuk Station).
Tel : 82-2-778-6393
Directions : Seoul Station (Seoul Station Square): Seoul Subway Line
No.4, exit 13 / Seoul Subway Line No.1, exit 2.
Cheongnyangni Station has routes to: Gyeongju Station in Gyeongju-si (Jungangseon
Line) and most trains for Gyeongsangbuk-do and Gangwon-do. It is also
the starting point of the Gyeonguiseon Line that links Seoul and
Sinuiju in North Korea. Currently, the Gyeonguiseon Line is not
completed and ends at Munsan, Paju-si. Popular destinations from
Cheongnyangni Station are Gangneung in Gangwon-do and Andong in
Tel : 82-2-969-8003
Directions : Cheongnyangni Station (Seoul Subway Line No.1) exit 4.
Seongbuk Station has the Gyeongchunseon Line, which offers scenic
views as it runs along the Hangang River to various tourist
attractions and resorts. Popular destinations for one-day trips on
weekends are Chuncheon Station, Cheongpyeong Station, Gapyeong Station
and Gangchon Station.
Tel : 82-2-917-7445
Directions : Seongbuk Station (Seoul Subway Line No.1) exit 1