This footage was taped inside a subway train in Seoul, going from the "NamYoung" station to the "Seoul Railway Station" station, and you can see that a KTX, Korea's fastest (express) train, passing by, slowing down as it arrives its final destination of Seoul, probably coming from Busan, the 2nd biggest city in Korea.
Nice video! How long does the trip from 서울 to 부산 take on the KTX?
I notice the sign at the entrance/exit of the station that says "내려오는 곳" which, while I know what it means, a direct interpretation into English doesn't really work: coming down place. But I think it is telling those people getting off the train that "hey, people are coming down these stairs too so be careful." Or am I implying too much? I would think that it should say "올라가는 곳" but maybe it says that on the other end.
steved wrote:Here is the website for the Korean Railroad: http://info.korail.com/2007/eng/eng_index.jsp. The KR Pass for foreign visitors looks like a pretty good deal, especially if you are travelling back and forth across the country.
Wow. This is REALLY inexpensive!! It would be good for those who want to visit as many cities as possible in a short period of time. Too bad that it's only available for foreigners!! T.T