ITX Youth - Korail(ITX Youth - Korail)

Train Type: ITX Youth - Korail(ITX Youth - Korail)

ITX-Youth (Korean: ITX-청춘) is one of the electric trains of the Korea Railway Corporation. It started operations on the Tokyo Metropolitan Railway and the Beijing-Chuan Line on February 28, 2012, and then on May 1, 2017. Started operations on the Gyeongbu line. After the electrification of the Beijing-Spring Line in 2010, the Korea Railway Corporation plans to replace the Infinity Flower and the Nuriro on the Jingchun Line with new trains. Finally, after the train was shipped on September 25, 2011, it was decided to name ITX-Youth. The ITX Jingchun Line runs between Longshan Station and Chuncheon Station and is an urgent train. Passengers can board the bus at Longshan Station, Yushui Station, Shili Station and Qingliangli Station in Seoul. The stop station will vary according to the date and time period, and all ITX youth train train stops at Longshan Station, Qingliangli Station, Jiaping Station, Nanchunchuan Station and Chuncheon Station. Beginning in 2017, the ITX Youth Train from the Yongsan Station in Seoul to the Gyeongbu Line in Daejeon Station was officially opened. You can take a bus at Seoul's Longshan Station, Noryangjin Station and Xindolin Station. You can easily transfer to Metro Lines 1, 2 and 9. Although there is no difference in the stop site, the train schedules may be different on different dates, so be careful when riding. The ticket is divided into general ticket and station ticket.

1st Class

ITX-Youth (Korean: ITX-청춘) is one of the electric trains of the Korea Railway Corporation. It started operations on the Tokyo Metropolitan Railway and the Beijing-Chuan Line on February 28, 2012, and then on May 1, 2017. Started operations on the Gyeongbu line. After the electrification of the Beijing-Spring Line in 2010, the Korea Railway Corporation plans to replace the Infinity Flower and the Nuriro on the Jingchun Line with new trains. Finally, after the train was shipped on September 25, 2011, it was decided to name ITX-Youth. The ITX Jingchun Line runs between Longshan Station and Chuncheon Station and is an urgent train. Passengers can board the bus at Longshan Station, Yushui Station, Shili Station and Qingliangli Station in Seoul. The stop station will vary according to the date and time period, and all ITX youth train train stops at Longshan Station, Qingliangli Station, Jiaping Station, Nanchunchuan Station and Chuncheon Station. Beginning in 2017, the ITX Youth Train from the Yongsan Station in Seoul to the Gyeongbu Line in Daejeon Station was officially opened. You can take a bus at Seoul's Longshan Station, Noryangjin Station and Xindolin Station. You can easily transfer to Metro Lines 1, 2 and 9. Although there is no difference in the stop site, the train schedules may be different on different dates, so be careful when riding. The ticket is divided into general ticket and station ticket.

Facilities in the coach

2nd Class

ITX-Youth (Korean: ITX-청춘) is one of the electric trains of the Korea Railway Corporation. It started operations on the Tokyo Metropolitan Railway and the Beijing-Chuan Line on February 28, 2012, and then on May 1, 2017. Started operations on the Gyeongbu line. After the electrification of the Beijing-Spring Line in 2010, the Korea Railway Corporation plans to replace the Infinity Flower and the Nuriro on the Jingchun Line with new trains. Finally, after the train was shipped on September 25, 2011, it was decided to name ITX-Youth. The ITX Jingchun Line runs between Longshan Station and Chuncheon Station and is an urgent train. Passengers can board the bus at Longshan Station, Yushui Station, Shili Station and Qingliangli Station in Seoul. The stop station will vary according to the date and time period, and all ITX youth train train stops at Longshan Station, Qingliangli Station, Jiaping Station, Nanchunchuan Station and Chuncheon Station. Beginning in 2017, the ITX Youth Train from the Yongsan Station in Seoul to the Gyeongbu Line in Daejeon Station was officially opened. You can take a bus at Seoul's Longshan Station, Noryangjin Station and Xindolin Station. You can easily transfer to Metro Lines 1, 2 and 9. Although there is no difference in the stop site, the train schedules may be different on different dates, so be careful when riding. The ticket is divided into general ticket and station ticket.

Facilities in the coach
  • * In-car bathroom
  • * Seat can be tilted and rotated
  • * Vending machine
  • * Power outlet
  • * Catering cart
  • * Maternal and child room

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