South Korea’s Longest Subway Line, Line 1, Will Be Extended Further

Line 1, The Longest Subway Line In South Korea, Has Been Extended To Yeoncheon, Gyeonggi Province

On the extended section, trains will run 42 times on weekdays and 38 times on holidays, stopping at Cheongsan, Jeonggok, and Yeoncheon stations. Trains will run every hour, with 40-minute intervals during rush hour. Originally, to get to Yeoncheon, Gyeonggi-do, people had to get off at Dongducheon Station or Soyosan Station and take a bus or taxi. Now, with the extension of Line 1, people can get from Yongsan to Yeoncheon Station in 1 hour and 40 minutes without transferring. For more information, including timetables, visit the Korail website and stations.

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