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And what of services over the DMZ? Trains have sporadically run across the 4km Demilitarised Zone between North and South Korea since the peninsula’s rail network was severed in June 1951. The first, after 56 years, ran on 17 May 2007 when a five-car train from each country took different routes across the border with invited guests from North and South on board. The trains were the culmination of seven years of talks with a view to reopening the Kyeongui line between Seoul and Pyongyang. In those intervening years there had been several false dawns, with North Korea cancelling an inaugural train the day before it was scheduled, citing security concerns. So history suggests that there may be many more slips between cup and lip before dependable services are in place, even assuming favourable outcomes from the still uncertain talks. Priority is likely to be given to freight rather than passengers – later in 2007 commercial freight trains began exchanging construction materials northbound and clothing and footwear southbound, but passenger services were not even on the table. A joint venture between Russia and North Korea reached fruition in 2013 when the 55km line from the border at Khasan was reinstated to port of Rajin in the Rason Special Economic Zone. The scheme’s object was to allow traffic from North Korea, and perhaps ultimately South Korea, to gain access to the Trans-Siberian main line. Because of sanctions, the port has not developed as intended, but the line was rebuilt to dual gauge, allowing its use by trains from the Russian 1520mm (5 feet) gauge and the Korean standard gauge (1435mm/4 feet 8½ inches). There is little doubt about the desire for such links.
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S. Korea's Travel Deficit Largest with EU in 2017 Write : 2018-06-23 13:02:21 Update : 2018-06-23 14:13:52 South Korea’s tourism deficit posted a record high last year. Europe was announced as the region where it logs the largest deficit, marking the first time in 14 years that the rankings have changed. According to Bank of Korea data on Saturday, South Korea's deficit in tourism balance with the European Union rose 36 percent year-on-year in 2017 to some five-point-47 billion dollars, marking the steepest deficit among key travel destinations around the world. The United States had held the top spot from 2004 to 2016. The change in rankings is believed to be due to increased demand as more Koreans traveled to European countries during the long holidays in May and October last year, with eastern and northern also Europe increasing in popularity. Meanwhile, the number of European visitors to South Korea last year dropped zero-point-seven percent. South Korea's tourism deficit with the U.S. stood at five-point-two billion dollars last year as America attracts not only travelers but also students going abroad to study. The deficit with the EU and the U.S. combined came to ten-point-six billion dollars, accounting for 62 percent of Korea's total tourism deficit. China and the Middle East were the only regions where Korea saw a surplus in tourism last year. The new app consolidates KBS World Radio’s news and feature contents with services previously provided through separate apps... On-Air app is specifically designed for quick and easy access to audio services for KBS World Radio programs in 11 languages. You can subscribe to KBS World Radio’s news and other Web contents through RSS You can download KBS World Radio News in eleven languages through Podcast KBS Radio Tune
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