Subway Tours

Major Attractions on Bundang Line

Major Attractions on Bundang Line
  • Seoul Forest
    Seoul Forest

    BSeoul-forest

    2Ttukseom

    GJEungbong

  • Apgujeong Rodeo Street
    Apgujeong Rodeo Street

    BApgujeongrodeo

    3Apgujeong

    7BGangnam-gu Office

  • Seolleung and Jeongneung
    Seolleung and Jeongneung

    B2Seolleung

    2Samseong

    9BSeonjeongneung

    9Samseong Jungang

  • Seongnam Arts Center
    Seongnam Arts Center

    BGGImae

    BYatap

  • Crom Street
    Crom Street

    BJeongja

    BSunae

  • Tomb of Patriot Min Yeong-hwan
    Tomb of Patriot Min Yeong-hwan

    BGuseong

    BSingal

  • Yonginhyanggyo Confucian School
    Yonginhyanggyo Confucian School

    BGuseong

    BSingal

  • NJP Art Center
    NJP Art Center

    BEGiheung

    BSanggal

  • Gyeonggi Provincial Museum
    Gyeonggi Provincial Museum

    BSanggal

    BEGiheung

  • Korean Folk Village
    Korean Folk Village

    BSanggal

  • Gyeonggi Arts Center
    Gyeonggi Arts Center

    BSuwon City Hall

    BMaetanGwonseon

  • KBS Suwon Center
    KBS Suwon Center

    BSuwon City Hall

  • Hyowon Park
    Hyowon Park

    BSuwon City Hall

    BMaetanGwonseon

  • Paldalmun Gate
    Paldalmun Gate

    BMaegyo

    1BSuwon

  • Hwaseong Haenggung Palace
    Hwaseong Haenggung Palace

    BMaegyo

    1BSuwon

  • Suwon Chicken Street
    Suwon Chicken Street

    BMaegyo

    1BSuwon

  • Suwon Hwaseong Fortress
    Suwon Hwaseong Fortress

    BSuwon

    1Hwaseo

Metropolitan Area Tour by Bundang Line

Evening at Yongyeon Pond and Banghwasuryujeong Pavilion 【 Photo: Evening at Yongyeon Pond and Banghwasuryujeong Pavilion 】

Bundang Line connects Cheongnyangni Station in Seoul and Suwon Station in Gyeonggi-do, passing by major tourist attractions in Gyeonggi-do and Seoul’s Gangnam area along the way. Notable attractions in Gangnam include Seoul Forest, Apgujeong Rodeo Street, and Seolleung and Jeongneung tombs; while Suwon has significant historical attractions like Hwaseong Fortress and Haseonghaenggung Palace. In particular, Suwon Hwaseong Fortress is one of the most visited attractions by both domestic and international visitors for its historical importance and architectural beauty that placed them in the list of UNESCO’s World Heritage in 1997.

This page was last updated on January 16, 2020, and therefore information may differ from what is presented here.