Anguk Station is a station on the Seoul Subway Line 3 in Jongno-gu, Seoul. Anguk station is the subway station nearest to the Insadong and Samcheongdong districts, as well as the ancient royal residence of Unhyeongung. Exit 1: Deokseong Girls' Middle & High Schools. Jeongdok Public Library Exit 2: Jaedong Elementary School Exit 3: Changdeokgung, Hyundai Mobis Headquarters Exit 4: Unhyeongung,Nakwon Sangka Exit 5: Seoul Elderly Welfare Center Exit 6: Jongno Police Station,Insadong In January 2013, the Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation, which operates this line, published free guidebooks in three languages: English and Chinese, which features eight tours as well as recommendations for accommodations and shopping centers; the tours are designed with different themes, e.g. Korean traditional culture, which goes from Jongno 3-ga Station to this station and Gyeongbokgung Station on line No 3 that showcases antique shops and art galleries of Insa-dong. In March 2018 Anguk Station of Seoul Subway Line 3 will be transformed into a history of independence movement themes for the first time in Korea.
Seoul City is the only one among 950 subway and urban railway stations nationwide to mark the 99 years of the March 1 Independence Movement theme history The four-story platform section of Anguk Station will contain the achievements and quotations of 80 independence activists including Kim Gu, Ahn Jung-geun, Yoon Bong-gil, Yoo Gwan-sun and Lee Bong-chang. The second and third basement floors of this year will be built with independence movement and temporary government as the theme of the exhibition and rest area
Dongguk University station
Dongguk University Station is a station on the Seoul Subway Line 3 located in Jangchung-dong 2-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul. As its name indicates, it serves the nearby Dongguk University. In addition, Jangchung Gymnasium, an indoor sports arena most famous for hosting ssireum matches on holidays, is outside Exit 5, it is the closest station to Shilla Hotel. Jokbal StreetJangchungdong is famous for food shops serving Jokbal and Cola. Jangchungdan ParkEntrance No.6 comes out in Janchungdan park with many paths and a roller-skating rink. Street StallsLots of stalls are near entrance no.2 serving for example Tteokbokki and Sundaes
Yaksu Station is a subway station on the Seoul Subway Line 3 and Line 6 in Jung-gu, Seoul. Yaksu area is used as a residential area. Around the station, there are lots of shops such as STCO and cafès. Several grocery stores and the Yaksu post office are near, it is close to Dongguk University Station and the school
Baekseok Station is a station located in Ilsan, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. It is served by Seoul Subway Line 3. There are many stores and restaurants close to the station, including a Costco store
Seoul National University of Education station
Seoul Nat'l Univ. of Education Station is a station in the Seocho District of Seoul, on Seoul Subway Line 2 and Line 3. It is noted on station signs and on-board announcements that the station serves Court and Public Prosecutors Office; the station is a transfer point between the circular Line 2 which runs east-west at this point, the north-south Line 3. The station is an busy transfer point for those travelling between central Seoul and Gangnam district, Teheran Valley and the COEX/KWTC complex; the station is referred to as "Kyodae" or "Gyodae". The Seoul National University of Education is located nearby
Muakjae Station is a station on Seoul Subway Line 3 in Seodaemun-gu, Seoul. The area was named Muakjae after Muhak, a Buddhist monk who played a vital role in moving the Korean capital to Seoul in the 14th century
Seoul Subway Line 3
Seoul Subway Line 3 of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway is a rapid transit and commuter rail service that connects Goyang, northwestern Seoul to the city center and southeastern Seoul. In December 2010 the line is recorded as having the second highest WiFi data consumption in the Seoul Metropolitan area, it averaged 1.8 times more than the other 14 subway lines fitted with WiFi service zones. Construction began in 1980, most of the current line opened after completion of work in two stages during 1985, along with brother subway Line 4. In October 1993, a second extension to the south was opened, giving Seoul the current Line 3. In March 1996, the Ilsan Line, considered the third extension to the north was opened, connected the city of Goyang with Seoul. Seoul's portion of Line 3 and the Ilsan part of Line 3 operate as one combined line, with trains running from one end to the other; the respective stations are operated by two different companies, though, so they are sometimes listed separately. There are 2 depots near Jichuk station and Suseo station, which are for both Seoul Metro.
A 3 km extension opened on February 2010, stretching from Suseo to Garak Market and Ogeum. On December 27, 2014, Wonheung station opened between Samsong stations. In January 2013, the Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation, published free guidebooks in three languages: English and Chinese, which features eight tours as well as recommendations for accommodations and shopping centers; the tours are designed with different themes for travel along the subway lines, e.g. Korean traditional culture. Which goes from Jongno 3-ga station to Anguk station and Gyeongbokgung station on this line that showcases antique shops and art galleries of Insa-dong. Subways in South Korea Seoul Metropolitan Subway Seoul Metropolitan Government's Line 3 extension page includes a route map and status information for the extension from Suseo to Garak Market. UrbanRail. Net's Seoul Subway Page Map and route finder