• BULLET TRAIN! - [Touring South Korea Day 5]

    This train goes 300 km/h! That's about the speed of an airplane at takeoff. FACEBOOK US: http://www.facebook.com/DudeLikeHELLA TWEET US: http://www.Twitter.com/SMPFilms SEE OUR OTHER YOUTUBE CHANNELS: http://www.YouTube.com/TheMeanKitty http://www.YouTube.com/SMPFilms SEND US MAIL: Cory and Kristen PO Box 771351 Eagle River, AK 99577 United States DudeLikeHELLA Intro by: http://www.ProjectedTwin.com CAMERA EQUIPMENT USED: Camera - Sony Cybershot RX-100 Extension Mount - iPole Stealth http://www.fastcaptech.com

    published: 28 Feb 2015
  • KTX Korea | Train Express

    KTX Korea Train Express Korea Train eXpress (KTX) is South Korea's high-speed rail system, operated by Korail. Construction began on the high-speed line from Seoul to Busan in 1992. KTX services were launched on April 1, 2004. KTX operates from Incheon International Airport with stops at Seoul Station and Yongsan Station towards Busan and Gwangju. A new terminal in Seoul's Gangnam District is under construction at Suseo Station which is scheduled to open in 2016 along with intermediate stations in New Dongtan City and Seoul Subway Line 1's Jije Station in Pyeongtaek. A new line from Wonju to Gangneung is under construction to serve the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Top speed for trains in regular service is currently 305 km/h (190 mph), though the infrastructure is designed for ...

    published: 26 Sep 2015
  • NEAR DEATH T-EXPRESS EXPERIENCE IN SOUTH KOREA

    I don't like roller coasters, but I had to try the biggest wooden roller coaster in Asia. I have motion sickness and I am afraid of heights. When you visit South Korea. You have to ride the Express! I hope this video inspire you to go haha. Enjoy! T Express is a wooden roller coaster at Everland in Yongin, South Korea. It is South Korea's first wooden coaster, Intamin's fourth wooden coaster with prefabricated track, the first ride of this type in Asia, and the first to utilize three trains. It is world's fourth steepest wooden roller coaster. It is also the world's ninth fastest, fourth tallest, and sixth longest wooden coaster, with El Toro being the third tallest. It is also built on a hillside, and the height is taking advantage of the terrain. T Express, September 2008 T Express was...

    published: 10 Dec 2016
  • T-Express, Everland Seoul, South Korea

    published: 04 Oct 2013
  • Korea - KTX Express Train - between Seoul & Busan | Tourist Information

    Video provides information on Korea's KTX trains between Seoul and Busan. 1). Seoul & Busan Station 2). Ticketing & Platfrom 3). Inside KTX Express 4). Exit at Busan Station . S U B S C R I B E: https://goo.gl/bZzVS5 Official Hipfig Travel-Channel Website: http://www.hipfig.com/ F A C E B O O K: https://www.facebook.com/HipfigTravelChannel T W I T T E R: https://twitter.com/hipfig

    published: 23 Sep 2015
  • [INSIGHT LAB] Ep.23, Korea Train eXpress. KTX

    Всем привет! Не так давно мне надо было съездить в другой город и самый быстрый вариант это конечно КТХ. Но из вариантов поездов, он конечно самый дорогой. Корейская высокоскоростная железная дорога (한국고속철도, Korea Train eXpress; KTX) — скоростная железнодорожная система государственной компании. Чаще всего движется со скоростью 290-305 км/час. Мимо населённых пунктов приезжает конечно с меньшей скоростью, но не намного. ^^ Забор, который вы чаще всего видите в кадре - это специально сделано для звукоэзоляции, что-то сильно не шумел, так как скорость не маленькая. Плюс часто закладывает уши, особенно в тоннелях. Вообщем это видео не столько информативное, сколько расслабляющее. ^^ Просто хотелось показать вам не только высотки, дороги и улицы, но и рисовые поля, горы, небо, показать как ...

    published: 18 Jul 2016
  • Man Made Marvels 105: Korean Express

    South Korea is one of the great economic successes of the modern era, a nation of hard workers and innovative thinkers. However, the construction of South Korea's KTX rail link would end up being an extreme test of the country's expertise and innovation. In the mid-1990s the government decided a high speed rail link between Seoul and the port city of Busan would be the best solution to Korea's traffic congestion problems. Only time, money and a series of natural obstacles lay in between. But every challenge posed by this mammoth project has been met and conquered by its team of amazing engineers, designers and advocates. The KTX railway truly is a manmade marvel. This is the opening title sequence from Man Made Marvels: Korean Express, produced by NHNZ and Beach House Pictures for Disc...

    published: 22 Aug 2011
  • Korea High Speed Rail in First Class - KTX Sancheon Iksan - Seoul Yongsan

    Travelling in First Class on KTX Train 660 between Iksan and Seoul Yongsan Station; This KTX High Speed Train travels on the classic Honam Line (not Honam HSR) and the Gyeongbu High Speed Railway; The Trains calls at Nonsan, Gyeryong, Seodaejeon, Osong, and Gwangmyeong; KTX trains are operated by Korail; the Class 110000 trainset was built by Hyundai Rotem KTX 산천 울산 - 서울 용산 경부고속선 호남고속철도 호남선

    published: 28 Jan 2016
  • Korea Train Story KTX (Malaysia)

    Credits: Korea eXpress Train Korean Train eXpress (KTX) exhibition hall in Nu Sentral. This exhibition hall been set up with intention to share advanced high speed rail technology with local visitors .

    published: 04 Dec 2015
  • 에버랜드 한국 T-Express Wooden Roller Coaster POV in HD Full Everland South Korea HD

    Take a Ride on the T-Express at Everland, South Korea. Height: 183.75' Drop: 150.9' Speed: 64.6 mph Length: 5,383.83 ft T Express is a wooden roller coaster at Everland in Yongin, South Korea. It is South Korea's first wooden coaster, Intamin AG's fourth wooden coaster with prefabricated track, the first ride of this type in Asia, and the first to utilize three trains. It is currently the world's steepest wooden coaster, breaking El Toro's record by one degree. It is also the world's ninth fastest, fourth tallest, and sixth longest wooden coaster, with El Toro being the third tallest. T Express was ranked as the world's #1 best, most thrilling roller coaster by the Themepark Review (themeparkreview.com). It also ranked world's #1 on the official coaster poll (Mitch Hawker Poll) in 2008. ...

    published: 07 Apr 2010
  • Black Hole Express Roller Coaster POV Kumdori Land South Korea Horror Express

    Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/themeparkreview and Facebook http://www.facebook.com/themeparkreview - Black Hole Express Roller Coaster POV Kumdori Land South Korea Horror Express Filmed and edited by Robb Alvey - http://www.themeparkreview.com - Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/robbalvey

    published: 07 Apr 2010
  • New Express Rail Link from Seoul to Incheon Airport in South Korea

    For more news & videos visit ☛http://english.ntdtv.com There's now a direct link rail line for people traveling between Seoul and the Incheon International Airport. For an extra eight dollars, the 36 mile journey can be reduced by about 10 minutes. Travelers now have an express rail link from Seoul to the Incheon International Airport in South Korea. The rail link opened on Wednesday. Officials say the 36 mile express journey will make it easier for travelers to get between the two cities. Normal trains reach the airport in 53 minutes for $3 while the new express service will take 43 minutes for about $11. Regular trains run every six minutes and express service leaves every 30 minutes. There is also a limousine bus service for about $13 that takes just over an hour to ge...

    published: 29 Dec 2010
  • Trans-Korea railway to bring myriad of benefits to two Korea′s 유라시아 철도 사업 실현 가

    Railways run through the heart of President Park Geun-hye′s "Eurasia Initiative," an ambitious project that looks to connect South Korea to North Korea and Russia, and by extension Europe. But is that plan feasible? Ji Myung-kil reports. The lawmakers and experts who gathered at the National Assembly on Friday were largely in favor of the plan to link inter-Korean railroads... saying it will expand the movement of goods from Asia to Europe and create a new economic community that includes Pyongyang. "It is a vast network to link Europe and Asia. The trans railway network will help develop North Korea, the northeastern regions of China and Russia′s Siberia. Profits made through railway investments will later help pay for Korea′s unification costs." The plan is to link the already existin...

    published: 28 Nov 2014
  • Korea high-speed Train eXpress (KTX)

    The State Railway of Thailand Visit to Republic of Korea Korea Train eXpress (KTX) is South Korea's high-speed rail system cameraman Mr. Satit Lausuwan GoPro Hero3 + trip in Korea

    published: 05 Oct 2014
  • South Korea Express Way

    Depart from Airport to Gangnam

    published: 16 May 2014
  • On the Korea Airport Express Train (27 Feb 2016) - Korea Trip 2016

    On our way to Seoul, Myeongdong.

    published: 01 Mar 2016
BULLET TRAIN! - [Touring South Korea Day 5]

BULLET TRAIN! - [Touring South Korea Day 5]

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This train goes 300 km/h! That's about the speed of an airplane at takeoff. FACEBOOK US: http://www.facebook.com/DudeLikeHELLA TWEET US: http://www.Twitter.com/SMPFilms SEE OUR OTHER YOUTUBE CHANNELS: http://www.YouTube.com/TheMeanKitty http://www.YouTube.com/SMPFilms SEND US MAIL: Cory and Kristen PO Box 771351 Eagle River, AK 99577 United States DudeLikeHELLA Intro by: http://www.ProjectedTwin.com CAMERA EQUIPMENT USED: Camera - Sony Cybershot RX-100 Extension Mount - iPole Stealth http://www.fastcaptech.com
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KTX   Korea |  Train Express

KTX Korea | Train Express

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KTX Korea Train Express Korea Train eXpress (KTX) is South Korea's high-speed rail system, operated by Korail. Construction began on the high-speed line from Seoul to Busan in 1992. KTX services were launched on April 1, 2004. KTX operates from Incheon International Airport with stops at Seoul Station and Yongsan Station towards Busan and Gwangju. A new terminal in Seoul's Gangnam District is under construction at Suseo Station which is scheduled to open in 2016 along with intermediate stations in New Dongtan City and Seoul Subway Line 1's Jije Station in Pyeongtaek. A new line from Wonju to Gangneung is under construction to serve the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang. Top speed for trains in regular service is currently 305 km/h (190 mph), though the infrastructure is designed for 350 km/h (217 mph). The initial rolling stock was based on Alstom's TGV Réseau, and was partly built in Korea. The domestically developed HSR-350x, which achieved 352.4 km/h (219.0 mph) in tests, resulted in a second type of high-speed trains now operated by Korail, the KTX Sancheon. The next generation KTX train, HEMU-430X, achieved 421.4 km/h in 2013, making South Korea the world's fourth country after Japan, France and China to develop a high-speed train running on conventional rail above 420 km/h. The Seoul-Busan axis is Korea's main traffic corridor. In 1982, it represented 65.8% of South Korea's population, a number that grew to 73.3% by 1995, along with 70% of freight traffic and 66% of passenger traffic. With both the Gyeongbu Expressway and Korail's Gyeongbu Line congested as of the late 1970s, the government saw the pressing need for another form of transportation.[1] The first proposals for a second Seoul-Busan railway line originated from a study prepared between 1972 and 1974 by experts from France's SNCF and Japan Railway Technical Service on a request from the IBRD.[2][3] A more detailed 1978-1981 study by KAIST, focusing on the needs of freight transport, also came to the conclusion that separating long-distance passenger traffic on a high-speed passenger railway would be advisable, and it was adopted in the following Korean Five Year Plan.[4] During the following years, several feasibility studies were prepared for a high-speed line with a Seoul–Busan travel time of 1 hour 30 minutes, which gave positive results.[4] In 1989, following the go-ahead for the project, the institutions to manage its preparation were established: the Gyeongbu High Speed Electric Railway & New International Airport Committee, and the High Speed Electric Railway Planning Department (later renamed HSR Project Planning Board).[5] In 1990, the planned Seoul–Busan travel time was 1 hour 51 minutes, the project was to be completed by August 1998,[6] and costs were estimated at 5.85 trillion South Korean won[6] in 1988 prices, 4.6 trillion of which were to be spent on infrastructure, the remainder on rolling stock.[7]https://youtu.be/6BNtdDHrnrI
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NEAR DEATH T-EXPRESS EXPERIENCE IN SOUTH KOREA

NEAR DEATH T-EXPRESS EXPERIENCE IN SOUTH KOREA

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I don't like roller coasters, but I had to try the biggest wooden roller coaster in Asia. I have motion sickness and I am afraid of heights. When you visit South Korea. You have to ride the Express! I hope this video inspire you to go haha. Enjoy! T Express is a wooden roller coaster at Everland in Yongin, South Korea. It is South Korea's first wooden coaster, Intamin's fourth wooden coaster with prefabricated track, the first ride of this type in Asia, and the first to utilize three trains. It is world's fourth steepest wooden roller coaster. It is also the world's ninth fastest, fourth tallest, and sixth longest wooden coaster, with El Toro being the third tallest. It is also built on a hillside, and the height is taking advantage of the terrain. T Express, September 2008 T Express was ranked as the world's best wooden coaster in Mitch Hawker's online poll in 2008 and 2010. The biggest change brought by T Express was an increase in the number of customers, especially teenagers and university students. The number of college students increased by 14%, and teenagers by 73% according to Everland statistics. ★ SUBSCRIBE AND SMILE EVERYDAY ★ Watch this next video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7sxoUasGHo&list=PLyXBQ9ZNxARefR9TyKC71NixTAjNe6RBN&index=3 ★ Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/KennyBoySlay Instagram ► https://www.instagram.com/kennyboyslay Twitter ► https://twitter.com/KeNNyBoySlay Vine ► https://vine.co/HiKeNNyAKM Soundcloud ► https://soundcloud.com/kennyboyslay Tumblr ►https://www.tumblr.com/blog/kennyboyslay Patreon donations ► https://www.patreon.com/KennyBoySLay - - - - - EVERLAND T-EXPRESS YONGIN SOUTH KOREA EXPERIENCE RIDING T-EXPRESS FOR THE FIRST TIME T-EXPRESS ROLLER COASTER EXPERIENCE T-EXPRESS BIGGEST WOODEN ROLLER COASTER IN ASIA SOUTH KOREA EVERLAND AMUSEMENT PARK T-EXPRESS
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T-Express, Everland   Seoul, South Korea

T-Express, Everland Seoul, South Korea

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Korea - KTX Express Train -  between Seoul & Busan | Tourist Information

Korea - KTX Express Train - between Seoul & Busan | Tourist Information

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  • Updated: 23 Sep 2015
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Video provides information on Korea's KTX trains between Seoul and Busan. 1). Seoul & Busan Station 2). Ticketing & Platfrom 3). Inside KTX Express 4). Exit at Busan Station . S U B S C R I B E: https://goo.gl/bZzVS5 Official Hipfig Travel-Channel Website: http://www.hipfig.com/ F A C E B O O K: https://www.facebook.com/HipfigTravelChannel T W I T T E R: https://twitter.com/hipfig
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[INSIGHT LAB] Ep.23, Korea Train eXpress. KTX

[INSIGHT LAB] Ep.23, Korea Train eXpress. KTX

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  • Updated: 18 Jul 2016
  • views: 3225
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Всем привет! Не так давно мне надо было съездить в другой город и самый быстрый вариант это конечно КТХ. Но из вариантов поездов, он конечно самый дорогой. Корейская высокоскоростная железная дорога (한국고속철도, Korea Train eXpress; KTX) — скоростная железнодорожная система государственной компании. Чаще всего движется со скоростью 290-305 км/час. Мимо населённых пунктов приезжает конечно с меньшей скоростью, но не намного. ^^ Забор, который вы чаще всего видите в кадре - это специально сделано для звукоэзоляции, что-то сильно не шумел, так как скорость не маленькая. Плюс часто закладывает уши, особенно в тоннелях. Вообщем это видео не столько информативное, сколько расслабляющее. ^^ Просто хотелось показать вам не только высотки, дороги и улицы, но и рисовые поля, горы, небо, показать как выглядит Корея за пределами городов. Для любителей пейзажей и Кореи - самое то. ^^ INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/kitdrums А так же: Official group: https://vk.com/welabproject Instagram: https://instagram.com/welabproject Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/welabproject Music: "Sweet Story" by Tobu is licensed under a Creative Commons License. https://soundcloud.com/7obu/sweet-story Tobu: www.7obu.com www.facebook.com/tobuofficial www.youtube.com/tobuofficial www.twitter.com/tobuofficial @7obu Listen on Spotify: smarturl.it/Sweet_Story_Spotify Buy on iTunes: smarturl.it/Sweet_Story_iTunes Download for free: - click.dj/tobuofficial/sweet-story - smarturl.it/Sweet_Story
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Man Made Marvels 105: Korean Express

Man Made Marvels 105: Korean Express

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South Korea is one of the great economic successes of the modern era, a nation of hard workers and innovative thinkers. However, the construction of South Korea's KTX rail link would end up being an extreme test of the country's expertise and innovation. In the mid-1990s the government decided a high speed rail link between Seoul and the port city of Busan would be the best solution to Korea's traffic congestion problems. Only time, money and a series of natural obstacles lay in between. But every challenge posed by this mammoth project has been met and conquered by its team of amazing engineers, designers and advocates. The KTX railway truly is a manmade marvel. This is the opening title sequence from Man Made Marvels: Korean Express, produced by NHNZ and Beach House Pictures for Discovery Networks Asia in association with Media Development Authority of Singapore. http://www.yourdiscovery.com/sea/ Stock footage from this show is available from Moving Images -- NHNZ's stock footage archive. http://nhnzmovingimages.com
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Korea High Speed Rail in First Class - KTX Sancheon Iksan - Seoul Yongsan

Korea High Speed Rail in First Class - KTX Sancheon Iksan - Seoul Yongsan

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  • Updated: 28 Jan 2016
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Travelling in First Class on KTX Train 660 between Iksan and Seoul Yongsan Station; This KTX High Speed Train travels on the classic Honam Line (not Honam HSR) and the Gyeongbu High Speed Railway; The Trains calls at Nonsan, Gyeryong, Seodaejeon, Osong, and Gwangmyeong; KTX trains are operated by Korail; the Class 110000 trainset was built by Hyundai Rotem KTX 산천 울산 - 서울 용산 경부고속선 호남고속철도 호남선
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Korea Train Story KTX (Malaysia)

Korea Train Story KTX (Malaysia)

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Credits: Korea eXpress Train Korean Train eXpress (KTX) exhibition hall in Nu Sentral. This exhibition hall been set up with intention to share advanced high speed rail technology with local visitors .
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에버랜드 한국 T-Express Wooden Roller Coaster POV in HD Full Everland South Korea HD

에버랜드 한국 T-Express Wooden Roller Coaster POV in HD Full Everland South Korea HD

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Take a Ride on the T-Express at Everland, South Korea. Height: 183.75' Drop: 150.9' Speed: 64.6 mph Length: 5,383.83 ft T Express is a wooden roller coaster at Everland in Yongin, South Korea. It is South Korea's first wooden coaster, Intamin AG's fourth wooden coaster with prefabricated track, the first ride of this type in Asia, and the first to utilize three trains. It is currently the world's steepest wooden coaster, breaking El Toro's record by one degree. It is also the world's ninth fastest, fourth tallest, and sixth longest wooden coaster, with El Toro being the third tallest. T Express was ranked as the world's #1 best, most thrilling roller coaster by the Themepark Review (themeparkreview.com). It also ranked world's #1 on the official coaster poll (Mitch Hawker Poll) in 2008. Everything in the POV was filmed by me except for the lift hill footage which was filmed by youtube.com/bgwynne and used with his permission . The reason for this is becuase the ride operators took my Sony W290 Camera away on the lift hill.
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Black Hole Express Roller Coaster POV Kumdori Land South Korea Horror Express

Black Hole Express Roller Coaster POV Kumdori Land South Korea Horror Express

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Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/themeparkreview and Facebook http://www.facebook.com/themeparkreview - Black Hole Express Roller Coaster POV Kumdori Land South Korea Horror Express Filmed and edited by Robb Alvey - http://www.themeparkreview.com - Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/robbalvey
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New Express Rail Link from Seoul to Incheon Airport in South Korea

New Express Rail Link from Seoul to Incheon Airport in South Korea

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For more news & videos visit ☛http://english.ntdtv.com There's now a direct link rail line for people traveling between Seoul and the Incheon International Airport. For an extra eight dollars, the 36 mile journey can be reduced by about 10 minutes. Travelers now have an express rail link from Seoul to the Incheon International Airport in South Korea. The rail link opened on Wednesday. Officials say the 36 mile express journey will make it easier for travelers to get between the two cities. Normal trains reach the airport in 53 minutes for $3 while the new express service will take 43 minutes for about $11. Regular trains run every six minutes and express service leaves every 30 minutes. There is also a limousine bus service for about $13 that takes just over an hour to get to the airport if there's no traffic. A luggage delivery service is available from Seoul to Incheon so travelers using the train don't need to travel with their baggage.
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Trans-Korea railway to bring myriad of benefits to two Korea′s   유라시아 철도 사업 실현 가

Trans-Korea railway to bring myriad of benefits to two Korea′s 유라시아 철도 사업 실현 가

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Railways run through the heart of President Park Geun-hye′s "Eurasia Initiative," an ambitious project that looks to connect South Korea to North Korea and Russia, and by extension Europe. But is that plan feasible? Ji Myung-kil reports. The lawmakers and experts who gathered at the National Assembly on Friday were largely in favor of the plan to link inter-Korean railroads... saying it will expand the movement of goods from Asia to Europe and create a new economic community that includes Pyongyang. "It is a vast network to link Europe and Asia. The trans railway network will help develop North Korea, the northeastern regions of China and Russia′s Siberia. Profits made through railway investments will later help pay for Korea′s unification costs." The plan is to link the already existing Trans-Siberia and Trans-China Railways with the Trans-Korea Railway. The vision for the Trans-Korea Railway is to connect South Korea′s Cheorwon county and Sokcho city with North Korea′s port city of Najin and on into Russia. It also seeks to link Seoul with the North Korean city of Sinuiju, which borders China. It′s estimated that the Trans-Korea railway... would produce economic benefits worth some 7-point-5 billion U.S. dollars, with freight volume expanding seven-fold, while boosting North Korea′s battered economy. "But experts say... some 3-point-7 billion dollars would be needed to reconstruct the railways in North Korea, which would likely be funded by South Korea and Russia. They also question the feasibility of the project." "To procure finances we would need help from international financial institutions. But since North Korea is not a member of the IMF, World Bank, or IBRD,... it will be hard to build a consortium." And unless Pyongyang decides to get on board the plan, it will likely remain a pipe dream. Ji Myung-kil, Arirang News.
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Korea high-speed Train eXpress (KTX)

Korea high-speed Train eXpress (KTX)

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The State Railway of Thailand Visit to Republic of Korea Korea Train eXpress (KTX) is South Korea's high-speed rail system cameraman Mr. Satit Lausuwan GoPro Hero3 + trip in Korea
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South Korea Express Way

South Korea Express Way

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Depart from Airport to Gangnam
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On the Korea Airport Express Train (27 Feb 2016) - Korea Trip 2016

On the Korea Airport Express Train (27 Feb 2016) - Korea Trip 2016

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On our way to Seoul, Myeongdong.
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