Whether you only speak a little Korean or you’re a native speaker, it’s not unusual to have to clarify which station you mean when talking about these two stations due to how similar they sound. What made
Today’s media feature is an article that was actually published over a year ago. The piece discusses the unopened Jeungsan Station on the extension of Busan’s Metro Line 2 which began operating in January 2008.
On September 24 2015 the station will finally open, over 7 years since the station
In August, plans for a huge underground transfer center in Gangnam between Samseong Station (Line 2) and Bongeunsa Station (Line 9) were unveiled by Seoul.
Located next to the busy COEX mall, the COEX Transfer Center will be no small project and involves stations for multiple modes of transport being
Update: This station is now scheduled to open on March 26 2016.
Following the opening of Cheongna International City Station on the Airport Railroad last year, another new stop is expected to open at the end of 2015.
As you might have guessed, Yeongjong Station (영종역) is on Yeongjong Island
KTXs have been operating in the Incheon area via the airport railroad for over 2 years now, but soon it may be even easier for those living in the southern part of the city as well as parts of Gyeonggi-do to take the KTX.
At the beginning
Incheon’s first subway line opened in 1999 and nearly 17 years later, Incheon Line 2 is set to open next year in July.
Incheon Line 2 is a light rail line that has 27 stations and spans over a distance of 29.3km; 6.1km above ground and 23.1km underground. The route begins