Opened in 1925, Seoul Station is the largest train station, also a comprehensive transportation hub in the city of Seoul. It is the terminal station of high-speed railways of Gyeongbu Line and Gyeongui Line, as well as the interchange station for Lines 1 and 4 of the Seoul Metro. This station is connected to Incheon International Airport by Airport Railroad Express (AREX).
- 3F: boarding gates for KTX trains
- 2F: boarding gates for regular trains
- 1F: station lobby, platforms, parking lot
- -1F: subway platforms
- Platforms 1-2: Nuriro train for Chungbuk Line and Janghang Line.
- Platforms 3-6: ITX-Saemaeul train for Gyeongbu Line and Gyeongjeon Line; Mugunghwa-ho train for Gyeongbu Line and Gyeongjeon Line.
- Platforms 7-14: KTX train for Gyeongbu Line and Donghae Line.
- 1925: the station was put into service.
- 1947: the station was renovates and renamed "Gyeongseong Station".
- 2004: platforms for KTX trains were put into service.
- 2005: the station was renamed Seoul Station.
- 2008: the Janghang Line was electrified. Nuriro trains between Seoul and Sinchang departed from Seoul Station.
- 2014: ITX-Saemaeul train on Gyeongbu Line started to depart from Seoul Station.
- 2014: ITX-Saemaeul train on Gyeongjeon Line started to depart from Seoul Station.
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