(ATTN: CHANGES headline, lead, photo; ADDS more info throughout)
SEOUL, March 14 (Yonhap) -- A subway train in northern Seoul derailed upright on Thursday, but no injuries were reported, rail officials said.
The derailment took place at 7:22 p.m. as the train on the subway Line 7 entered a tunnel leading to Dobongsan Station, Seoul Metro said.
Some 290 passengers were safely evacuated, with no injuries reported, they said.
Seoul Metro said the Line 7 trains running through Suraksan Station and Jangam Station were halted due to restoration efforts.
Liberals expected to raise voices at Constitutional Court
Does N.K. turn to 'pendulum diplomacy' between China and Russia?
Kim's willingness for dialogue brightens prospect of summit diplomacy
Cautious optimism surfaces over prospects of U.S.-N.K. nuclear talks
Moon-Trump summit invites hope, concern on nuclear talks with N. Korea