South Korea Train Tickets

South Korea Train Tickets
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South Korea is an alluring destination, packed with stunning landscapes, distinctive local culture and ancient mysteries.

Whether you’re sampling the street food in Seoul, lazing on a beach in Busan, or venturing into the countryside to visit some rural Buddhist temples, you’ll find it hard not to fall in love. If you’re planning a trip to South Korea, you can make the most of this wonderful country - and your budget - travelling by train.

Book South Korea Train Pass

If you’re interested in booking train tickets for South Korea, visit our Korea Rail Saver Pass or Korea Rail Pass page. Alternatively, if you aren’t sure what you need, head to our contact page to request more information from one of our travel experts.

What is a South Korea Train Tickets?

The KoRail Pass is a discounted rail pass available only to foreign visitors to South Korea. It allows for unlimited travel on KoRail trains, and can be bought for anything between one and seven days duration.

What is a South Korea Rail Saver Pass?

Unless you are travelling alone, a South Korea Rail Saver Pass offers the best value for money. This discounted Korea rail pass is valid for a group of between two and five people travelling together, so it's perfect for families or a group of friends.

What are the Trains Like?

Train tickets in South Korea are efficient, clean and punctual. The Train Tickets South Korea or South Korea Rail Saver Pass includes travel on the high-speed KTX trains from Seoul to Busan. These run several times a day, and take just over two and a half hours to complete the journey.

South Korea's Sight-Seeing Trains

Korea has a tradition of sightseeing trains which are popular with both Koreans and foreign visitors alike. Of these, four are included in the South Korea train tickets. Each is highly decorated and themed, typically with entertainment and music, and the journeys include stops which allow you to experience something of Korea's culture.

O Train - this is the central inland region tour train, and travels through some spectacular mountain valleys and glorious scenery.

A Train - be entertained by magic shows while looping through the Jeongseon area; stops include Hwaam Cave, Asia's largest limestone cave.

S Train - the Namdo Sea sightseeing train features a car specifically designed for the traditional Korean tea experience.

G Train - the newest sightseeing train, the West Gold train, focusing on the coastal areas of the West Sea.

It's so much more interesting than road travel in Korea - book your South Korea Rail Saver Pass today, and see what you can discover!