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Central Inland Region Tourist Train (O-Train) (중부내륙순환열차 (O-트레인))

  • Central Inland Region Tourist Train (O-Train) (중부내륙순환열차 (O-트레인))
  • Central Inland Region Tourist Train (O-Train) (중부내륙순환열차 (O-트레인))
  • Central Inland Region Tourist Train (O-Train) (중부내륙순환열차 (O-트레인))
O-train is not a regular/commuting train but a circular-loop tourist train run by KORAIL. (this is not a packaged tour and thus, fares do not include meal, or other extra fees to at any destination).
1, Uirim-daero, Jecheon-si, Chungcheongbuk-do
서울특별시 용산구 한강대로 405 (동자동)
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-1544-7788 (Customer Service Center)
Homepage (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
  • Information
    The O-Train derives its name from the word "One," as the three provinces (Gangwon-do, Chungcheongbuk-do, Gyeongsangbuk-do) in the country's central inland region are connected by this one circular route. The train was designed with the theme of the four picturesque seasons of Baekdudaegan, Korea's biggest and longest mountain range that stretches from Baekdusan Mountain to Jirisan Mountain.

    The four-cabin train carries up to 205 people and includes separate seating options for families and couples to accommodate the needs of different passengers. There are also individual observatory seats for people traveling on their own. The train is well-equipped with various convenience facilities including a café, children's play area, toilets, etc.

    The train runs at the speed of 150 km per hour, allowing passengers to reach from Seoul to the inland regions faster and easier than before. The exterior of the train is decorated with the pictures representing the beautiful scenery of Korea's four seasons, whereas the insides are dotted with highlights taken from Baekdudaegan mountain range.


    Opening date
    April 12, 2013

    Mondays, Days on maintenance checks

    Travel times vary according to the number of stops made, please refer to the schedule of the day at the official website.

    Tour Course Information
    Refer to the website.

    Shopping Information
    O-Train Cafe

    Operating Hours
    Refer to the time schedule on the official website.

    Maximum Occupancy
    205 people

    Parking Facilities
    Not available

    Facility Utilization Fees
    Seoul – Jecheon 27,300 won / Seoul – Yeongju 34,000 won / Seoul – Cheoram 43,400
    * The above fares are based on adults on weekends

    Available Facilities
    Car No.1: Eco seats (56 seats): Two-person seats / four-person seats / free viewing seats / etc.
    Car No. 2: Reserved seats for people with disabilities, café room (37 seats): two-person seats / four-person seats / one-person seat / café room, table seats
    Car No.3: Family seats (56 seats) – Family seats / couple room / family room / etc.
    Car No.4: Eco seats (56) – Two-person seats / four-person seats / free viewing seats

    Korean Info. Service
    Knowledgable train crew members offer tourism information to all passengers.
    Leaflets and other materials are also available in the train.

    Interpretation Services Offered
    Not available

    Reservation Info. for Natives
    Reservations via phone or homepage available.

    Reservation Info. for Foreigners
    Reservations via phone or homepage available.

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