Unionized railway workers end 4-day strike
The KTX bullet trains are expected to be fully back on track by 5 p.m., freight and passenger trains by 6 p.m. and subways in the greater Seoul area by 9 p.m.
Rail strike day four
A screen at Seoul Station displays information about the delayed departures of some trains on Sunday amid the Korean Railway Workers' Union's four-day strike, which began on Thursday.
Seoul subway line No. 4 sees delays after train derailment
Early morning subway trains heading southward to Geumjeong Station from Beomgye Station were put on halt because of the incident that occurred around 3:50 a.m. Friday.
Trains for transporting cement are stationed at Obong Station in Uiwang, Gyeonggi, on Wednesday. The Korean Railway Workers' Union is set to go on a general strike from Thursday to Monday to demand 12-hour shifts by four teams.
Kim's entourage suggests military focus for Putin summit
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un crossed into Russia on his armored train Tuesday and is expected to hold a summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin soon in what could be a symbolic occasion to strengthen military cooperation.
Kim Jong-un en route to Russia for summit with Vladimir Putin
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and Russian President Vladimir Putin were set to hold a summit in Russia soon, which could be an occasion to strengthen military cooperation between the two countries.
Staying on track
Korail officials welcome the one billionth passenger to use the KTX bullet train at Seoul Station in central Seoul on Thursday. KTX trains began operating in April 2004.
Rush hour chaos ensues after man hit and killed by KTX
A man was hit and killed by a KTX bullet train near Gasan Digital Complex Station in southern Seoul on Wednesday morning after he intentionally entered the railway tracks.
[WHY] Why 'hell trains' still exist on Seoul subways
Taking the subway during rush hour in Seoul is a nightmare, some say. During these rides, it is a common sight to see passengers at the platforms pushing and hurling their bodies into an already-packed train car that seems almost impossible ...
Traveling for foreigners to become easier in Korea, Interior Ministry says
Train ticket purchases and reservations for tourist attractions will be made easier for foreigners, with more websites accepting foreign credit cards and not requiring a Korean phone number to sign up.