- Cheongnyangni Station (Korail)
Cheongnyangni Station (Korail)
Korean name Hangul 청량리역 Hanja 淸凉里驛 Revised Romanization Cheongnyangni-yeok McCune-Reischauer Ch'ŏngnyangni-yŏk Jungang Line ← Wangsimni Hoegi → Station number K117 Address 597-7 Jeonnong-dong,
Date opened October 15, 1911 Type Aboveground Platforms/tracks 3 / 6 Operator Korail
Passenger trains serving the following Korail lines terminate at Cheongnyangni Station:
- The Yeongdong Line and Taebaek Line to Gangneung, also in Gangwon Province; and
- The Jungang Line to Andong in North Gyeongsang Province and Busan, to the southeast of Seoul.
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.
Preceding station Seoul Metropolitan Subway Following stationtoward Yongsan Jungang Linetoward Yongmun Gyeongwon LineYongsan – Ichon – Seobinggo – Hannam – Oksu – Eungbong – Wangsimni – Cheongnyangni – Hoegi – Hankuk University of Foreign Studies – Sinimun – Seokgye – Seongbuk – Wolgye – Nokcheon – Chang-dong – Banghak – Dobong – Dobongsan – Mangwolsa – Hoeryong – Uijeongbu – Ganeung – Nogyang – Yangju – Deokjeong – Jihaeng – Dongducheonjungang – Bosan – Dongducheon – Soyosan – Choseong-ri – Hantangang – Jeongok – Yeoncheon – Sinmang-ri – Daegwang-ri – Sintan-ri – (Cheorwon) – Woljeong-ri This article about a railway station in South Korea is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.