Subway Tours

Major Attractions on Line 2

Major Attractions on Line 2
  • Mecenatpolis Mall
    Mecenatpolis Mall

    26Hajpjeong Station

  • Streets of Youth (Cultural Streets)
    Streets of Youth (Cultural Streets)

    2AGJHongik Univ. Station

    2Sinchon Station

    2Ewha Womans University Station

    6Sangsu Station

  • Cheonggyecheon Stream

    12Jonggak Station

    5Gwanghwamun Station

  • City Hall (Seoul Plaza)

    12City Hall Station

    2Euljiro1(il)-ga Station

    5Gwanghwamun Station

  • National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Deoksugung)

    12City Hall Station

    5Gwanghwamun Station

    5Seodaemun Station

  • Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP)

    245Dongdaemun History&Culture Park

    14Dongdaemun Station

    6Sindang Station

  • Sindang-dong Tteokbokki Town

    26Sindang Station

    56Cheonggu Station

  • ソウルの森
    Seoul Forest

    2Ttukseom Station

    BSeoul Forest Station

  • Lotte World, Lotte World Tower & Mall

    28Jamsil Station

  • Songpa Naru Park (Seokchonhosu Lake):

    28Jamsil Station

  • Starfield COEX Mall & COEX Aquarium

    2Samseong Station

    9Bongeunsa Station

  • Seolleung / Jeongneung (a.k.a. Seonjeongneung)

    2BSeolleung Station

    9BSeonjeongneung Station

  • Gangnam Underground Shopping Center

    2SGangnam Station

  • Seorae Village & Montmartre Park

    2Seocho Station

    7Express Bus Terminal

  • D-Cube City

    12Sindorim Station

View of Gangnam【 Photo: View of Gangnam 】

Seoul Subway Line 2 connects many of the major downtown areas in Seoul and thus serves as an ideal mean of transportation throughout the city. Major stops along this circular line include Hongik Univ., City Hall, Euljiro1(il)-ga, and Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Stations north of Hangang River, as well as Gangnam, Jamsil, and Samseong Stations in the southern region. Starting from City Hall Station, travelers can explore popular districts such as Hongdae, Edae, Gangnam, and Jamsil or visit the numerous parks, museums and art galleries located near the subway stations.

This page was last updated on May 31, 2019, and therefore information may differ from what is presented here.