Korail

Korea Railroad Corporation (Korean: 한국철도공사, Hanja: 韓國鐵道公社), promoted as Korail (코레일), is the national railroad operator in South Korea.

Korail operates passenger and freight trains throughout South Korea. The railroad's headquarters are located in Daejeon.

Read more about KorailHistory, Lines, Train Classes, Major Stations, Labour Relations, Subsidiaries, Locomotives and Rolling Stock On KORAIL Lines, International Service

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South Korean Railroad Strike Of 2006
... During the strike, Korail's passenger service was decreased by 60%, on both national and Seoul Subway lines ... The principal issue, which was not resolved during the strike, was Korail's replacement of regular long-term positions with short-term contract positions ... The female KTX attendants' union, whose members are not employed by Korail but by a subcontractor, continued their walkout ...
Korail - International Service
... But Korail and JR West have a joint rail pass(한일공동승차권) which includes discounted KTX and Shinkansen ticket with Busan-Shimonoseki/Fukuok ...
Euro Sprinter - Derived Types - Korail 8100, 8200
... Since 2000, Korail has continuously built ES64Fs to replace older class 8000 ELs ... The Korail 8000 class electric locomotives are powerful but too slow (85 km/h/53 mph maximum) to operate for general passenger train ... These new 8100s and 8200s are operating on major Korail lines, including Gyeongbu, Honam, and Jungang Line ...
Korail Class 8000
... Korail Class 8000 is a series of South Korean electric locomotives operated by Korail ...
Seoul Subway Line 4 - Rolling Stock - Current - Korail
... Korail Class 341 (ex-Korail Class 2030 1st Batch, 2nd Batch). ...