The Gyeongchun Line (Gyeongchunseon) is a railway line connecting Seoul to Chuncheon in South Korea. The line is operated by the Korail. The name of the line came from Gyeongseong (meaning Seoul) and Chuncheon. A frequent passenger service operates between Cheongnyangni Station on the Gyeongwon Line in eastern Seoul and Chuncheon.
Many parts of the line are under construction for electrification and double-tracking. The part from Seongbuk Station to Toegyewon Station, will be removed and reconnected to the Jungang Line. When the current renovations are complete in 2010, the line will be added to the Seoul Metropolitan Subway system, bringing that system from Seoul all the way into Gangwon-do.
Chuncheon Station is temporarily closed and will reopen in 2010 as one of Seoul Subway line.