Noryangjin Station

Noryangjin Station
Noryangjin Station
Korean name
Hangul 노량진역
Revised Romanization Noryangjin-yeok
McCune-Reischauer Noryangchin-yŏk
Railway Services
Daily Ridership Based on Jan-Jun, 2011.
Line 1: 76,773[1]
Line 9: 49,593[1]
Line 1
Yongsan Daebang
Station number 136
Address 112-1 Noryangjin 1-dong,
151 Noryangjinno,
Dongjak-gu, Seoul
Date opened September 18, 1899
Type Aboveground
Platforms/tracks 3 / 4
Operator Korail
Line 9
Saetgang Nodeul
Station number 917
Address 60-11 Noryangjin-dong,
130 Noryangjinno Jiha,
Dongjak-gu, Seoul
Date opened July 24, 2009
Type Underground
Platforms/tracks 2 / 2
Operator Seoul Line 9 Co.

Noryangjin Station (노량진역) is a train station in central Seoul, South Korea. The station is located in the Noryangjin-dong (neighborhood) of Dongjak-gu (ward) and is also a stop on Seoul Subway Line 1 and Seoul Subway Line 9. This stop is a popular destination for those seeking to eat raw fish, and other assorted seafood, as a large, covered sea food market is located next to the station, accessible by foot bridge. The Line 1 station is also notable in that it has only one exit, a rarity when compared to most other stations connected to the Seoul rail system.

Line 1 and Line 9 currently do not offer a direct transfer, but the exits for the two stations are only about 25 meters apart, with clear signs pointing to each other, and include a free transfer if you are using an electronic card.


  1. ^ a b Passenger Transportation Result of Seoul Metropolitan Subway System. Korea Transportation Database, 2011. Retrieved 2011-08-28.
Preceding station   Seoul Metropolitan Subway   Following station
toward Soyosan
Line 1
toward Incheon or Sinchang
Line 1
Line 9
toward Sinnonhyeon
toward Gaehwa
Line 9
toward Sinnonhyeon

Coordinates: 37°30′52″N 126°56′34″E / 37.51444°N 126.94278°E / 37.51444; 126.94278