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The ASEAN-Korea Train set off from Seoul Station in the South Korean capital on Wednesday at 8:45 a.m., marking the 40-day countdown to the 2019 ASEAN-Korea Commemorative Summit. The three-day journey will stop over in Gyeongju, Busan, Suncheon and Gwangju with around 200 passengers from the 11 countries, including students, performers and ASEAN delegates. (ASEAN-Korea Center / The Korea Held)