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Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)

  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)
  • Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station) (문화역서울 284, 구 서울역사)

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Address
1, Tongil-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
서울특별시 중구 통일로 1 (봉래동2가)
Type
Monuments/ Historical Sites
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-3407-3500
Homepage
http://blog.naver.com/seoul284
(Korean only)
www.junggu.seoul.kr
(Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese,
Russian).
  • Information
    Introduction
    The old building of the Seoul train station was designed by Tsukamoto Yasushi, a professor of Tokyo University. Construction of the station started in June, 1922 and was completed in September, 1925. Due to its unique domed roof and large size, the station attracted much attention in its early years.

    After Korea regained its independence from under Japanese colonial rule, the station’s name was changed from ‘Gyeongseong Station’ to ‘Seoul Station’. During the Korean War, the station was partially destroyed but later restored. After Korea began industrializing after the war, the South annex and West annex were constructed to handle the increasing transportation volume.

    In 2004 when the privately-funded new station was constructed, the old station closed down, but after reconstruction in 2011 opened as a multicultural space called ‘Culture Station Seoul 284’. The main section (Jungang Hall) is for performances, exhibitions, events, and cafés, while the 2nd floor houses a hall that serves as a venue for cultural performances, exhibitions, academic seminars, business meetings, and more.

    Telephone
    +82-2-3407-3500

    Current Status
    [Seouryeoksa(Former Seoul Station)] Historic Site No.284 (designated on Sept. 25, 1981)

    Closed
    Every Monday (If Monday is a national holiday, it closes the following business day), New Year’s Day

    Operating Hours
    10:00-19:00
    (* Last admission: 18:00)
    * Cultural Day (last Wednesday of every month) open until 21:00.

    Parking Fees
    Parking lot of Korail: 500 won for 10 minutes / 22,000 won for a day
    Parking lot of Seoul Square: Free for the first 10 minutes / 1,000 won per additional 10 minutes / 20,000 won per day

    Korean Info. Service
    * Exhibition: 14:00 / 16:00
    * Guide service

    Interpretation Services Offered
    * Guide service (available in English)
    * Leaflet (available in English, Japanese, Chinese)

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