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  1. Shohei Ohtani - Wikipedia

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    Shohei Ohtani (大谷 翔平, Ōtani Shōhei, born July 5, 1994), nicknamed "Shotime", [2] is a Japanese professional baseball pitcher, designated hitter and outfielder for the Los Angeles Angels of Major League Baseball (MLB). He previously ...

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  2. Great Train eXpress - Wikipedia

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    Great Train Express is a planned higher-speed commuter rail network in the Seoul Capital Area project consisting of three separate lines, named GTX A, GTX B and GTX C, and scheduled for completion in 2025.[1][2][3] The project was first ...

  3. Seoul Subway Line 7 - Wikipedia

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    Seoul Subway Line 7 of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway was built from 1990 to 1996 (Jangam-Konkuk Univ.) and was completed on August 1, 2000 (central section 17 km. Konkuk University to Sinpung); the western section between Sinpung and Onsu was ...

  4. Gyeongchun Line - Wikipedia

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    The original Gyeongchun Line was opened along its full length of 87.3 km (54.2 mi) between Kwangwoon University on the Gyeongwon Line to Chuncheon by the privately owned Gyeongchun Railway on 20 July 1939. Chuncheon was the most popular destination for students on orientation trips, bringing passengers to the line. Following the Liberation of Korea, all railways, including the Gyeongchun Railway, were nationalised.

    Seoul Metropolitan Subway Gyeongchun Line

    When the new Gyeongchun Line was opened on December 21, 2010, passenger service was integrated into the Seoul Metropolitan Subway system as a name of Seoul Metropolitan Subway Gyeongchun Line (수도권 전철 경춘선). It brings that the system from Seoul all the way into Gangwon-do. The new service reduced travel time between Chuncheon and Sangbong in Seoul from two hours to 89 minutes, with different trains operating according to different stopping patterns; and increased capacity five-fold. Compared to...

    ITX-Cheongchun service

    On February 28, 2012, Korail introduced the ITX-Cheongchun service (Intercity Train EXpress), which uses Class 368000 trains with double-deck cars. From Chuncheon Station, the fastest ITX trains take 52 minutes to Cheongnyangni station, and 68 minutes to Yongsan station in Seoul, operating at a maximum speed of 180 km/h (112 mph). The base fare is 9,800 wonbetween Chuncheon and Yongsan, but Korail offers 15% discount at all time resulting price of 8,300 won. Basic discount rate was 30% until...

    Mugunghwa service

    Some special Mugunghwa trains which deploy military troops takes Gyeongchun Line.

  5. Gyeongui–Jungang Line - Wikipedia

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    The Gyeongui–Jungang Line is a commuter rail service of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway system, operating on trackage from the Gyeongui Line (opened on July 1, 2009) and the Jungang Line (opened on December 16, 2005). Frequent service is provided ...

  6. Bundang Line - Wikipedia

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    The Bundang Line was a commuter rail line of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway in the Seoul Capital Area operated by Korail. The name 'Bundang Line' refers to the fact that the line was originally constructed for the new planned town of ...

  7. Gangbukhoengdan Line - Wikipedia

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    Gangbukhoengdan line Overview Native name 서울 경전철 강북횡단선 (江北橫斷線) Sillimseon Status Planned Owner Seoul Metropolitan Government The Gangbukhoengdan line (Korean: 강북횡단선; Hanja: 江北橫斷線) is a future subway line scheduled to ...

  8. National Treasure (North Korea) - Wikipedia

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    ... but it remains largely unverified because it lacks sufficient corresponding inline citations. Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. A National Treasure (국보; 國寶 : gugbo) is a tangible artifact, site, ...

  9. Suin–Bundang Line - Wikipedia

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    The Suin–Bundang Line is a commuter rail service of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway system, operating on trackage from the Suin Line (opened on June 30, 2012) and the Bundang Line (opened on September 1, 1994). Operation began on September 12, ...

  10. 100 Terraced Rice Fields of Japan - Wikipedia

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    This list of the 100 Terraced Rice Fields of Japan (日本の棚田百選, Nihon no tanada hyakusen) is an initiative by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries to promote the maintenance and preservation of the terraces alongside public ...

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