Eocheon Station is an abandoned railway station on the former Suin Line. The Suin Line, thus Eocheon Station, began operation on August 5, 1937, though the current building was not completed till October 2, 1975. Since the Suin Line ceased operations at the end of 1995, the building had fallen into a state of disrepair. A new Suin Line, an integral part of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway, in under construction, it will incorporate a new Eocheon Station, due to open in December 2018
Inha University station
Inha University Station is a metro station on the Suin Line as part of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway that opened on February 27, 2016. It is right next to Inha University and a large Home Plus mall, along with new large apartment complexes, it was an abandoned railway station as Yonghyeon Station. It opened in 1965 and closed in the 1970s
Darwol Station is a railroad station on the Suin Line of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway in Siheung, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. It opened on 27 December 2014
Incheon Station is a railway station on line 1 and Suin Line of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway systems in Bokseong Dong, Jung Gu, South Korea. Travel time from Incheon Station to Seoul Station on Line 1 is 68 minutes, travelling to Suwon Station in Gyeonggi-do, on the other branch of Line 1 takes 91 minutes, transferring at Guro. Incheon is Station 161 and K269. Incheon Station opened on May 20, 1908. Services on the Seoul Subway Line 1 began on August 15, 1974, while on the rebuilt Suin Line on February 27, 2016. Exit 1: Chinatown, Freedom Park, Incheon Harbor, Jajangmyeon Museum Incheon Station is envisioned to become a junction of three lines with the inclusion of the Wolmido Galaxy Rail, since cancelled
Sungui Station is a metro station on the Suin Line of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway system that opened on February 27, 2016. It is located in Jung-gu, Incheon, its site was an abandoned railway station known as Namincheon Station back which opened in 1937 and closed in the 1970s
Suwon Station is a railway station in the city of Suwon, South Korea. The station was redeveloped in 2002 and 2003, is now integrated with the Aekyung Shopping Mall; this station serves the national Gyeongbu Line and Line 1 of the Seoul subway, which runs services from Soyosan Station to the north to Sinchang to the south. Suwon Station opened on January 1, 1905. On December 1, 1930, the narrow gauge Suryeo Line from Suwon to Yeoju opened. On August 6, 1937, the Suin Line from Suwon to Incheon began operating services. Over three decades on April 1, 1972, the Suryeo Line closed, though two years on December 31, 1975, the Seoul Subway began services to Suwon; the Suin Line and narrow gauge services were both terminated on January 1, 1996. Suin Line will once again be connecting Suwon to Incheon from sometime in December 2019. Suwon Station shares a building with AK Plaza; the station itself is above underground. There are many restaurants located in the station and outside of the station. There is Lotte Department Store back from the station.
The mall is consisted of Lotte Cinematheater. And there is Suwon Station Transit Center connected to Suwon station. In a survey conducted in 2011 by the Ministry of Land and Maritime Affairs on 92 Administrative divisions across the country, it reported that the bus stop, near Suwon Railway Station and AK Plaza, was the most used, with a daily average of 77,326 people boarding and 63,255 people alighting. AK mall Lotte mall CGV theater Book Libro GyeongGi-Do Provincial Government
Incheon the Incheon Metropolitan City, is a city located in northwestern South Korea, bordering Seoul and Gyeonggi to the east. Inhabited since the Neolithic, Incheon was home to just 4,700 people when it became an international port in 1883. Today, about 3 million people live in the city, making it South Korea's third most-populous city after Seoul and Busan; the city's growth has been assured in modern times with the development of its port due to its natural advantages as a coastal city and its proximity to the South Korean capital. It is part of the Seoul Capital Area, along with Seoul itself and Gyeonggi Province, forming the world's fifth largest metropolitan area by population. Incheon has since led the economic development of Korea by opening its port to the outside world, ushering in the modernization of Korea as a center of industrialization. In 2003, the city was designated as Korea's first free economic zone. Since large local companies and global enterprises have invested in the Incheon Free Economic Zone, including Samsung which chose Songdo International City as its new investment destination for its bio industry.
As an international city, Incheon has held numerous large scale international conferences, such as the Incheon Global Fair & Festival in 2009. The 17th Asian Games Incheon 2014 was held in Incheon on 19 September 2014. Incheon has established itself as a major transportation hub in northeast Asia with the Incheon International Airport and Incheon Port; the city is home to the Green Climate Fund, an international organization addressing environmental issues. The first historical record of the Incheon area dates back to 475 CE, during the reign of King Jangsu of Goguryeo, by the name of Michuhol, supposed to be located on today's Munhak Hill; the area underwent several name changes with successive dynasties. In Goryeo era, Incheon was called Inju; the current name was turned to Incheon in 1413. Incheon County became Incheon Metropolitan Prefecture. Old Incheon consisted of today's southern Incheon and northern part of Siheung City; the city centre was Gwangyo-dong, where the local academy were located.
The "original" two remaining buildings of the Incheon prefecture office are located in Munhak Elementary School, while the newly built prefecture office buildings are right across from Munhak Baseball Stadium. Another historical name of the city, was not used until the opening of the port in 1883. After the opening of the Incheon port, the city centre moved from Gwangyo to Jemulpo. Today, either Jemulpo or Gwangyo-dong is considered "Original Incheon", it was renamed as Jinsen during Japanese rule in Korean peninsula. In 1914, the Japanese colonial government merged outer parts of old Incheon with Bupyeong County, forming Bucheon County. Through 1936 and 1940, some part of Bucheon County was recombined into Incheon City, by which some part of "old" Bupyeong was annexed into Incheon. Incheon was part of Gyeonggi Province, but was granted Directly Governed City status on July 1, 1981. In 1989, neighbouring islands and Gyeyang township of Gimpo County were ceded to Incheon and in 1995 Geomdan township of Gimpo Country and two counties of Ganghwa and Onjin were annexed to Incheon Metropolitan City.
Incheon was known as Inchon prior to South Korea's adoption of a new Romanization system in 2000. The city was the site of the Battle of Chemulpo Bay, where the first shots of the Russo-Japanese War were fired. During the Korean War, Incheon was occupied by North Korean troops on 4 September 1950. Eleven days Incheon was the site of the Battle of Inchon, when United States troops landed to relieve pressure on the Pusan Perimeter and to launch a United Nations offensive northward; the result was a decisive UN victory and it was recaptured on 19 September 1950. The USS Inchon was named after the tide-turning battle. Incheon has hosted a series of major international events; the Global Fair & Festival 2009 Incheon was held in the Songdo District in August 2009. It was open from 7 August to 25 October for a period of 80 days, it was a comprehensive international event with global institutions and corporations as participants. Various musicians and artists performed during the event; the city hosted a meeting of the G20 Finance Ministers in February 2010.
Incheon was the site of the third Global Model United Nations Conference, held from 10th to the 14th of August 2011. It first hosted the Incheon Women Artists' Biennale in 2004 which expanded into welcoming international artists in its subsequent 2007, 2009 and 2011. Incheon hosted the Asian Games in 2014. On 27 February 2007, Incheon declared itself an "English City," and inaugurated the "Incheon Free English Zone" program; the goal of the program is to make the city as proficient in English as Hong Singapore. This is for the ultimate purpose of establishing Incheon as a commercial and business hub of northeast Asia; the official slogan of the program is "Smile with English." Incheon is home to a number of colleges and universities: George Mason University Korea Campus Ghent University Global Campus Gyeongin National University of Education Incheon campus Inha University Gachon University Medical·Ganghwa campus Gyeongin Women's College Inha Technical College Incheon Catholic University Incheon City College I