Sillim Station is a station on Seoul Subway Line 2. It is located in Gwanak-gu, Seoul; the Sillim area is a crowded area because of many shopping restaurants. Sundae chon is famous among residents. Renaissance shopping mall is located nearby. Restaurants like Lotteria, Hans Deli, as well as Krispy Kreme are popular and close to the station. Seoul National University and Soongsil University are not far from here. In a survey conducted in 2011 by the Ministry of Land and Maritime Affairs on 92 Administrative divisions across the country, it reported that Sillim Station is the fifth busiest public transit stop following Gangnam Station, Jamsil Station, Sadang Station and Seolleung Station
Gangnam Station is a station in the Gangnam District of Seoul, South Korea, on the Seoul Subway Line 2. This station serves as a crucial transfer point between Line 2 and buses to all over Seoul and southern Gyeonggi Province, it became the northern terminus of the Shinbundang Line on October 29, 2011, the southern terminus being at Jeongja Station. Both stations have two side platforms. December 23, 1982 - Line 2 station completed. October 29, 2011 - Shinbundang Line station completed; the area surrounding the station is an important entertainment district. The station is located at the western end of Teheranno, home to many corporate headquarters and impressive towers, while the area to the north of the station is densely packed with bars and clubs. There are many shops in the subway station below ground. In 2007, the area was the 10th most expensive shopping street in the world with an average rent of US$431 per square foot; the section of Gangnam Boulevard from exit No.2 of this station to exit No.5 of Sinnonhyeon Station of Line 9 is designated as a smoke-free zone by the Gangnam District office.
Line 2 runs on the right hand track. This can be confusing to tourists making a transfer here, as many tourists are accustomed to riding on either the left-hand track or the right-hand track. In 2007, it was the busiest subway station in the Seoul Metropolitan Subway system, with 123,000 daily passengers using it on average. In a survey conducted in 2011 by the Ministry of Land and Maritime Affairs on 92 Administrative divisions across the country, it reported that Gangnam Station had a daily average of 110,129 people boarding and 114,338 people alighting the subway. Making this the busiest public transit stop, with more than 100,000 people every day. Exit 1: KIPO Seoul Office Exit 8: Kukkiwon The headquarters of South Korean skincare and cosmetics manufacturer Skin Food is in the DaeRyung Scecho Tower in Seocho-dong, Seocho-gu nearby to this station
Seoul Subway Line 4
Seoul Subway Line 4 of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway is a long line crossing from the southwest to the northeast across the Seoul National Capital Area. The central section in Seoul City is operated by Seoul Metro with through trains to Korail's Ansan and Gwacheon Lines; the southern terminus is in Jeongwang 4-dong, Siheung City, the northern terminus is in Sanggye 4-dong, Nowon-gu, northern Seoul. All northbound trains terminate at Danggogae, except during night time where they short-turn at various stations. Half of the southbound services short-turn at Sadang, another half head to Oido or Ansan. Express train service stops at all stations between Danggogae and Sanbon at Sangnoksu, Jungang and all stations to Oido; the express service only operates during rush hours on weekdays. 1985: April 20: Line 4 is opened from Sanggye to Samseon-gyo.1993: April 21: The line is extended northward from Sanggye to Danggogae.1994: April 1: The line is extended southward from Sadang to Ansan when a section of the Gwacheon Line and Namtaeryeong Station open.2000: July 28: The line is extended westward from Ansan to Oido.2003 July 18: Surisan Station opens as an in-fill station on the Ansan Line section.2010 Ansan Line AM express service is launched in the northbound direction only.2014 September 1: Southbound PM express service is launched.2017 July 7: Express service is extended to Oido.
The Transportation and Construction Committee of the National Assembly approved an extension from the northern end of Line 4 to Jinjeop, Namyangju. Construction began on December 10, 2014 with completion date in 2023. Turnback siding after Danggogae Station Changdong Depot Connecting track to Line 3 before Chungmuro Station Dongjak Bridge Chongshin Univ. – Sadang scissors crossover Hanyang University, ERICA Campus Turnback siding after Sadang Station Namtaeryong–Seonbawi track crossing point The voltage/current switches between DC 1,500 V ↔ AC 25,000 V Ansan Depot Siheung Depot The largest scale of shell mounds in the South Korean west coast in Oido Seoul Metro 4000 series MELCO VVVF-GTO inverter controlled electric car GEC-Alsthom VVVF-GTO inverter controlled electric car Toshiba VVVF-IGBT inverter controlled electric car Dawonsys VVVF-IGBT inverter controlled electric car Korail Class 341000 Seoul Metro 4000 series Wide-width GEC Chopper resister controlled electric car Korail Class 1000 Subways in South Korea Seoul Metropolitan Subway
Danggogae Station is a station on Line 4 of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway network. It is the north terminus of Line 4, is an elevated station; the name of the subway station comes from its local name. Regional names refer to the pass; this station is located in Sanggye-dong, Nowon-gu, Seoul
Namtaeryeong Station is a station on Seoul Subway Line 4. It is the southernmost station on Line 4, operated by Seoul Metro; the name of this station means "great southern pass," referring to a passageway linking Seoul and Gwacheon, between Mt. Gwanak and Mt. Umyeon. Most of the provincial railways in South Korea were built with Japanese expertise when Korea was under Japanese rule. Trains still run on the left hand side of the track on these railways, but the Seoul Subway, constructed much in the 1970s, ran on the right hand track. Therefore, between Namtaeryeong and Seonbawi Stations, where the two lines connect, the underground tracks must cross over from right hand drive in Namtaeryeong to left hand drive in Seonbawi
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
Seoul Subway Line 2
Seoul Subway Line 2 known as the Circle Line, is a circular line of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway. The line running clockwise is called the "inner circle line" and the counter-clockwise line is called the "outer circle line"; this is Seoul's most used line, consists of the main loop, the Seongsu Branch and the Sinjeong Branch for a total line length of 60.2 km. The Line 2 loop is the second longest subway loop in the world after Beijing Subway Line 10. Headways on the line vary from 2 minutes 18 seconds on peak periods and 5–6 minutes off-peak periods; the line connects the city centre to Teheran Valley and the COEX/KWTC complex. Line 2 was built in 1978–84 together with the Seongsu Branch. Dangsan bridge was closed for reconstruction in 1996 and reopened November 22, 1999; the old steel girder bridge was replaced by a 1.3-kilometre long concrete bridge between Dangsan on the southern side of the river and Hapjeong on the northern bank. Yongdu station on the Seongsu Branch is the first station in the Seoul Subway system with operating platform screen doors.
As of 2008 platform screen doors are operating at all stations along Line 2. New rolling stock has progressively came on line, replacing older vehicles. October 31, 1980: Sinseol-dong – Sports Complex section opened December 23, 1982: Sports Complex – Seoul Nat'l Univ. of Education section opened September 16, 1983: Euljiro 1-ga – Seongsu section opened. It averaged 2.56 times more than the other 14 subway lines fitted with WiFi service zones. In 2011, retailer Home plus opened the world's first virtual supermarket at Seolleung station, where smartphone users can photograph the bar code of life-size pictures, on the walls and platform screen doors, of 500 items of food, electronics etc. for delivery within the same day. There is a possible extension in the conception stage to extend the Sinjeong Branch to 3.7 km to Gayang Station on Line 9. The path would include a new station named Gangseo-gu Office in between Gayang. Subways in South Korea List of Korea-related topics Seoul Metropolitan Subway Seoul Metro Map and route finder