Elementary school is a school for students in their first school years, where they get primary education before they enter secondary education. The exact ages vary by country. In the United States, elementary schools have 6 grades with pupils aged between 6 and 13 years old, but the age can be up to 10 or 14 years old as well. In Japan, the age of pupils in elementary school ranges from 6 to 12, after which the pupils enter junior high school. Elementary school is only one part of compulsory education in Western countries. Elementary school were first established in 1870. Most of these schools were converted into Primary schools during the late 1940s. Elementary school: were first promoted in 1647 in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Today, there are approximately 92,858 elementary schools Elementary schools in Japan were first established by 1875. National Center for Education Statistics Elementary Schools with Education and Crime Statistics Educational stage Primary school Grammar school Virtual reality in primary education
Gunja Station is a station on Line 5 and Line 7 of the Seoul Subway
Cheongdam Station is a station on the Seoul Subway Line 7. Wooridul Spine Hospital is located near the station. Exit 1: Bongeun Elementary & Middle Schools Exit 2: Kyunggi High School, Bongeunsa Exit 3: Exit 4: Exit 5: Exit 6: Exit 7: Gangnam District Office, Cheongdam Market Exit 8: Eonbuk Elementary School Exit 9: Exit 10: Exit 11: Cheongdam Park Exit 12: Exit 13: Riviera Hotel Exit 14: Samik APT
Soongsil University station
Soongsil University Station is a station on Line 7 of the Seoul Subway. As its name indicates, it serves the nearby Soongsil University. Exit 1: Bonghyeon Elementary School Exit 2: Joongang Heights APT Exit 3: Soongsil University Exit 4: Sanghyeon Middle School
Isu Station is a subway station on the Seoul Subway Line 4 and Line 7 in Dongjak-gu, South Korea. Though the Line 4 station is called Chongshin University Station, it is a misnomer since the actual school of that name is a mile away into the western hills, is much closer to other stations Namseong Station. Before the construction of Seoul Subway Line 7, the station's name was Chongshin University Station. However, after the construction of Line 7, Seoul Metro changed the name of the station to Isu Station and Namseong Station became Namseong Station because the Namseong station is close by Chongshin University; the university sued Seoul Metro because the university wanted to express their school name at a transfer station to publicize their university. Although the university had lost their suit, the decision was reverted due to the university's violent protest. Therefore, Isu station holds two different names depending on the subway route, "Chongshin University station" for Line 4 and "Isu station" for Line 7
Express Bus Terminal station
Express Bus Terminal Station is a station on the Seoul Subway Line 3, Line 7, Line 9. The stations are located in Seocho-gu, Seoul, it is located underneath the Seoul Express Bus Terminal. There are several stores, including book stores, located throughout the station; the station offers free internet portals for browsing the web and checking e-mail, which are located by the number 3 line. According to KT-published statistics in December 2010, the station was the network's most popular WiFi hotspot of all Seoul Metropolitan Subway stations, followed by Sadang Station, Dongdaemun Station, Jamsil Station and Jongno 3-ga Station. On November 19, 2010, the network's WiFi traffic at the station peaked at 23 gigabytes; this station is one of the most crowded subway station in the country, along with Gangnam, Samseong and Sillim Station Seoul Subway line 9 was opened in 2009 October 18, 1985: This station was opened on Line 3. August 1, 2000: The Line 7 was opened, making this station a transfer point.
July 24, 2009: The Line 9 was opened, thus adding another station in this transfer point. Exit 1: Seoul Express Bus Terminal Exit 2: Banpo Mido APT, Forwarding Agency Exit 3: JW Marriott Hotel Seoul, Shinsegae Department Store Gangnam Exit 4: Catholic University of Korea Exit 5: National Library of Korea, Seoul Palace Hotel Exit 6: Jamwon Elementary School Exit 7: Central City Exit 8: New Banpo APT, Hanshin APT Exit 8-1: Hangang Park Exit 8-2: Banwon Elementary School Central City is a national transportation hub, as it connects two major subway lines that provide access to the Seoul Metropolitan Area, to several bus routes that provide access to other cities throughout South Korea. There are over 60 local bus service routes, airport limousine buses to Incheon International Airport and express buses connecting to 60 cities around Korea. Within Central City is Shinsegae Department store, Marriott Hotel and Central Park. There are various facilities such as ceremony halls, Millennium Hall for large-scale events and other convenient facilities such as banks, clinics, a stock exchange, a post office and a large-scale parking lot.
Central City is known as a complex building, which improved the status of Korean architectural culture, according to its complex cultural facilities. Central City is a high-quality shopping mall with ‘Marques Plaza’,'Youngpoong Bookstore’, ‘Central 6 Cinema’ ‘Theme Park'. Within the complex, the World Food Court offers food from around the globe in an upscale, department store environment. Within Shinsegae Department Store, there are foreign clothing outlets including Banana Republic and The Gap, among others; some of these shops have clothing, imported from abroad, thus having "western" sizes that are difficult to find in Korea. Directions: At Express Bus Terminal Exit No.2 → Walk towards Honamseon → Entrance of Central City → Young Plaza Express Bus Terminal Exit No.2 → Walk towards Shinsegae Department Store, Honamseon → Central City Gangnam Express Bus Station Clothing Market: is an underground market with over 1,000 stores. It was located in Banpo-dong, it sells low price items such as clothes, wedding items, seasonal items and electronics.
It runs along entire city blocks and offer refuge during cold winters and humid summer
Dongjak District is one of the 25 gu that make up the city of Seoul, South Korea. Its name was derived from the Dongjaegi Naruteo Ferry, on the Han River which borders the district to the north, it was the 17th gu created in Seoul, after being separated from Gwanak District on April 1, 1980. The main symbol of Dongjak District is the snowy heron. A cartoon character named'Roya', a baby snowy heron, can be seen on signs and light poles throughout the gu. According to the official website, use of the snowy heron is meant to symbolize the "clean and noble spirit" of Dongjak's people; the emblem, found at most official buildings, depicts the snowy heron soaring into the sky. Dongjak is home to some KOSPI200 companies, including Nongshim, Honam Petrochemical, Yuhan. Dongjak District is divided into 15 dong: Daebang-dong Heukseok-dong Noryangjin-dong 1, 2 Sadang-dong 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Sangdo-dong 1, 2, 3, 4 Sindaebang-dong 1, 2 Dongjak District is home to Chongshin University, the Seoul campus of Chung-Ang University, Soongsil University.
Noryangjin-dong near Noryangjin Station is known for private institutes or Hagwons, for college admission test and civil service examinations. There are many notable sights in Dongjak District; the most famous is the National Cemetery in Dongjak-dong. Additionally, several temples are in the ward; the Noryangjin Fish Market is notable: Almost half of the fish brought to the city comes through here. Boramae Park is a large park, used as an airfield during the Korean War, it now has several decommissioned aircraft on display. The park has a large jogging track, workout equipment, a rock climbing wall, skate park, basketball courts, badminton courts, tennis courts and Boramae Buddhist Temple. KorailSeoul Subway Line 1 ← Daebang — Noryangjin → Seoul MetroSeoul Subway Line 2 Circle Line ← Sadang → ← Sindaebang → Seoul Subway Line 4 ← Dongjak — Isu — Sadang Station → Seoul Subway Line 7 ← Isu — Namseong — Soongsil University — Sangdo — Jangseungbaegi — Sindaebangsamgeori → Seoul Metro Line 9 CorporationSeoul Subway Line 9 ← Noryangjin — Nodeul — Heukseok — Dongjak → Surrey, British Columbia, Canada Pinggu, China Dunhua, China Tahara, Japan Bayankhongor, Mongolia Dongjak-gu website