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[Korea] DMZ-Train to run between Seoul and Dorasan starting May 4

Korail, the Korea Railroad Corporation, announced that it will operate a special “DMZ-Train” tour that will run between Seoul Station and Dorasan Station, the closest train station to 38th parallel, which marks the most heavily militarized border in the world. The reopening of the lines will begin May 4, when the first train is scheduled to leave from Seoul Station.

The DMZ-Train allows tourists to travel through Korea’s untouched natural landscape and historical landmark that is the Korean Demilitarized Zone. This will mark the first time in 6 years that the DMZ-Train will resume operation. Since the station is within the Civilian Control Zone (CCZ), tourists will only be granted access after presenting a valid form of identification and filling out an application form.

The DMZ-Train is made up of 3 compartments in total with exterior signage reading “Peace, Freedom and Unity” on each car. The lead car’s design inspiration came from a rusty steam locomotive, conjuring up images of hope and memories of the past. The other two cars represent “Freedom and Unity” and are decorated with the national flower Mugunghwa.

The train will run twice a day and tickets are available at each station. Tourists can also purchase a “DMZ Plus Ticket” which lets you freely board and depart at any of the stations along the way. The DMZ Plus Ticket comes with special offers like discounted admission to tourist attractions in Seoul.

More Info

<DMZ-Train>

☞ Starting date: May 4, 2014
    ※ No train runs on Mondays and Korean national holidays
☞ Operating route
    Seoul StationNeunggok StationMunsan Station → Uncheon Station →
    Imjingang StationDorasan Station
☞ Operating hours

 

 Seoul

Neunggok

Munsan

Uncheon

Imjingang

Dorasan

Morning

 08:30

08:51

09:16

09:21

09:40

09:50

 13:15

12:53

12:26

12:20

12:16

 12:10

 Afternoon

 13:40

 14:03

 14:30

 14:36

 14:55

 15:05

 18:35

 18:12

 17:46

 17:40

 17:36

 17:30

☞ Fares

 Operating route

Weekdays

Weekends

 Adults

 Children

  Adults

 Children

Seoul  Dorasan 

 8,700 won

6,100 won

 8,900 won

 6,200 won

Seoul   Imjingang

 8,400 won

6,000 won 

8,600 won

 6,100 won

 Munsan   Dorasan

 8,400 won

 6,000 won

 8,400 won

 6,000 won

Imjingang   Dorasan

5,000 won

5,000 won

5,000 won

5,000 won

☞ DMZ Plus fare: Adults 16,000 won / Youths (Age 13-25) 11,200 won / Children 8,000 won
☞ DMZ Plus ticket discount offer

 Tourist attractions and programs with available discounts

 Classification

Regular price

Reduced price

 Seoul City Tour

 Adults

 15,000 won

 12,000 won
(Weekdays 10,000 won)

 Children

 12,000 won

 8,000 won

 63 Square

 Big 4

 38,000 won

 30,400 won

 Big 3

 33,000 won

26,400 won

N Seoul Tower

 Observatory

 9,000 won

 7,200 won

 Alive Museum at
N Seoul Tower
(Trick-eye art museum)

 12,000 won

 9,600 won

    ※ Admission for children to 63 Square and N Seoul Tower is subject to change.
    ※ Big 4 or Big 3 ticket holders at 63 Square can choose to visit the following options:
    63 Sea World, 63 Sky Art, 63 IMAX and 63 Wax Museum.
☞ Website: http://www.korail.com (Korean, English)
☞ Inquires: Korail Customer Center +82-2-1544-7788 (Korean), +82-2-1599-7777 (English)
☞ 1330 Korea Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

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☞ Related page
Seoul city tour

Courtesy of Korea Railroad Corporation (Korail)

Date
04/25/2014
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