Talk:Donghae Bukbu Line

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The article says "However, although the cross-border tracks have been fully repaired, no actual trains have yet crossed the border," followed by "On May 18, 2007 the first train to cross the border between North and South Korea in over 50 years entered South Korea from the North." Does that mean that the first statement is false? Or the second statement is unclear?

-67.171.122.139 (talk) 23:38, 26 June 2008 (UTC) Lorenzo Swank

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Quote "It has not carried trains since the division of Korea". I think this statement is incorrect. The North Korean section seems to be still in use as the Kumgangsan Line. Biscuittin (talk) 15:10, 22 September 2011 (UTC)