Gupo Station

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Gupo Station
Busan Gupo train station.jpg
Korean name
Hangul 구포역
Hanja
Revised Romanization Gupoyeok
McCune–Reischauer Kup'oyŏk
Station statistics
Address Gupo-dong, Buk District, Busan
South Korea
Coordinates 35°12′16.60″N 128°59′47.61″E / 35.2046111°N 128.9965583°E / 35.2046111; 128.9965583Coordinates: 35°12′16.60″N 128°59′47.61″E / 35.2046111°N 128.9965583°E / 35.2046111; 128.9965583
Line(s) Gyeongbu Line
Structure type Aboveground
Platforms 2
Tracks 4
Other information
Opened January 1, 1905
Operator Korail
Gupo Station
Busan3 Gupo Station.jpg
Station statistics
Coordinates 35°12′24″N 128°59′47″E / 35.206706°N 128.996333°E / 35.206706; 128.996333
Line(s) Busan Metro Line 3
Structure type Elevated
Platforms 2
Tracks 2
Other information
Opened November 28, 2005
Station code 314
Operator Busan Transportation Corporation

Gupo Station are stations on the Gyeongbu Line and Busan Metro Line 3. It is located in northern Busan, South Korea, and was opened on 1 January 1905. All kinds of trains stop here. It is also connected with the subway station Gupo Station on Busan Metro Line 3 via an overhead bridge, so passengers can transfer to Busan Subway Line 3. All trains on Busan Metro Line 3 call at this station.

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Preceding station   Busan Metro   Following station
Deokcheon
toward Suyeong
  Line 3   Gangseo-gu Office
toward Daejeo