Cheongnyangni Station (Korail)


Cheongnyangni Station (Korail)
Cheongnyangni Station (Korail)
Aboveground Cheongnyangni Station.jpg
Cheongnyangni Station
Korean name
Hangul 청량리역
Hanja
Revised Romanization Cheongnyangni-yeok
McCune-Reischauer Ch'ŏngnyangni-yŏk
Jungang Line
Wangsimni Hoegi
Station number K117
Address 597-7 Jeonnong-dong,
214 Wangsanno,
Dongdaemun-gu, Seoul
Date opened October 15, 1911
Type Aboveground
Platforms/tracks 3 / 6
Operator Korail


Cheongnyangni Station is the Seoul terminus for passenger trains serving the eastern part of South Korea. The station is located just east of downtown Seoul, on the Gyeongwon Line.

Passenger trains serving the following Korail lines terminate at Cheongnyangni Station:

Note: Due to the finish of double-tracking rapid transit construction and its re-open, the operation of Gyeongchun Line to Chuncheon has been changed from this station to Sangbong Station, since December 21, 2010.

In addition, the station was the original eastern terminus of Seoul Subway Line 1 when that line opened in 1974. Today, subway trains operate from Cheongnyangni east to Guksu and west to Yongsan via Yongsan-Guksu line.

Vicinity

See also

Preceding station   Seoul Metropolitan Subway   Following station
toward Yongsan
Jungang Line
toward Yongmun

Coordinates: 37°34′45″N 127°02′48″E / 37.57917°N 127.04667°E / 37.57917; 127.04667