Namtaeryeong Station, Exit 2.
|Location||2909 Bangbae 2-dong, |
|Operated by||Seoul Metro|
|April 1, 1994||Line 4 opened|
Most of the provincial railways in South Korea were built with Japanese expertise when Korea was under Japanese rule. Trains still run on the left hand side of the track on these railways. But the Seoul Subway, which was constructed much later in the 1970s, ran on the right hand track. Therefore, between Namtaeryeong and Seonbawi Stations, where the two lines connect, the underground tracks must cross over from right hand drive in Namtaeryeong to left hand drive in Seonbawi.
|Lobby||Customer Service, Shops, Vending machines, ATMs|
|Northbound||← Line 4 toward Danggogae (Sadang)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left|
|Southbound||→ Gwacheon Line toward Oido (Seonbawi) →|
→ Line 4 Alighting passengers only →
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|Preceding station||Seoul Metropolitan Subway||Following station|
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