The Gyeongwon Line is a railway line serving northeastern Gyeonggi Province in South Korea. The line is operated by the Korail. The name of the line came from Gyeongseong (Seoul) and Wonsan.
Prior to the division of Korea in 1945, the line’s northeastern terminus was at Wŏnsan in modern-day North Korea.
Major stations along the line include:
- Yongsan the line’s southern terminus south of downtown Seoul, where there is a junction with the Gyeongbu Line;
- Cheongnyangni in eastern Seoul, terminus of the Jungang Line;
- Seongbuk in eastern Seoul, terminus of the Gyeongchun Line;
- Uijeongbu, and
- Sintan-ri, the line’s northern terminus and the northernmost railhead in South Korea.