You can find on this page the South Korea (ROK) trains map to print and to download in PDF. The South Korea (ROK) railways map presents the rail network and shows high speed rails routes of South Korea (ROK) in Asia.

South Korea (ROK) rail map

Map of South Korea (ROK) train lines

The South Korea (ROK) rail map shows all the railway stations and lines of South Korea (ROK) trains. This train map of South Korea (ROK) will allow you to easily travel by train in showing the major rail routes and high speed rail routes of South Korea (ROK) in Asia. The South Korea (ROK) rail map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

The rail transportation system in South Korea (ROK) includes mailline railway lines, and rapid transit system in some major cities. Korea Train eXpress (KTX, 케이티엑스, Kei-ti-ek-seu) is South Korea high-speed rail system, operated by Korail. Construction began on the high-speed line from Seoul to Busan in 1992 as its mentioned in South Korea (ROK) rail map. The initial goal was 1998; lack of experience, frequent redesign, difficulties in purchasing land, and the IMF crisis delayed the entire project.

There is currently one all-sleeper cruise train service in South Korea (ROK), operated by Korail - Rail Cruise Haerang (레일크루즈 해랑). Lines 1, 3, and 4 are operated by Korail and Seoul Metro, while lines 5-8 are operated by SMRT as you can see in South Korea (ROK) rail map. Mokpo Station is the first and last train station on Honam Line as well as the southernmost train station in Korea. South Korea has a new and efficient high speed service known as Korea Train Express, abbreviated KTX. It is operated by national train operator, Korail.

The principal railway line in South Korea (ROK) is the Gyeongbu Line (경부선), which connects the capital and largest city (Seoul) with the country second largest city and largest seaport (Busan); the second is the Honam Line (호남선), which branches off the Gyeongbu Line at Daejeon, and ends at Gwangju or Mokpo as its shown in South Korea (ROK) rail map. For former or proposed railway lines, see the articles on the Gimpo Line, Suryo Line, and Kŭmgang-san Line. For planned lines or lines under construction, see Suin Line, Jungbunaeryuk Line and Gangwon Line.