|Location||148 Anguk-dong, |
62 Yulgongno Jiha,
|Operated by||Seoul Metro|
|October 18, 1985||Line 3 opened|
|Passengers||(Daily) Based on Jan-Dec of 2012.|
Line 3: 55,085
|Lobby||Customer Service, Shops, Vending machines, ATMs
Automatic photo machines
|Northbound||← Line 3 toward Daehwa (Gyeongbokgung)|
|Island platform, doors will open on the left|
|Southbound||→ Line 3 toward Ogeum (Jongno 3 (sam)-ga) →|
- Exit 1 : Deokseong Girls' Middle & High Schools. Jeongdok Public Library
- Exit 2 : Jaedong Elementary School
- Exit 3 : Changdeokgung, Hyundai Mobis Headquarters
- Exit 4 : Unhyeongung,Nakwon Sangka
- Exit 5 : Seoul Elderly Welfare Center
- Exit 6 : Jongno Police Station,Insadong
In January 2013, the Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation, which operates this line, published free guidebooks in three languages: English, Japanese and Chinese (simplified and traditional), which features eight tours as well as recommendations for accommodations, restaurants and shopping centers. The tours are designed with different themes, e.g. Korean traditional culture, which goes from Jongno 3-ga Station to this station and Gyeongbokgung Station on line No 3 that showcases antique shops and art galleries of Insa-dong.
In March 2018
Anguk Station of Seoul Subway Line 3 will be transformed into a history of independence movement themes for the first time in Korea.
Seoul City is the only one among 950 subway and urban railway stations nationwide to mark the 99 years of the March 1 Independence Movement theme history
The four-story platform section of Anguk Station will contain the achievements and quotations of 80 independence activists including Kim Gu, Ahn Jung-geun, Yoon Bong-gil, Yoo Gwan-sun and Lee Bong-chang. The second and third basement floors of this year will also be built with independence movement and temporary government as the theme of the exhibition and rest area.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Anguk Station.|
- "안국역" (in Korean). Doopedia. Retrieved 2017-01-23.
- Monthly Number of Passengers between Subway Stations Archived 2014-10-06 at the Wayback Machine.. Korea Transportation Database, 2013. Retrieved 2013-10-15.
- "Anguk". Seoul Metro. Retrieved 2017-01-23.
- Kwon, Sang-soo (26 January 2013). "Free guide for Seoul's subway riders". Joongang Daily. Archived from the original on 12 April 2013. Retrieved 27 January 2013.
|Preceding station||Seoul Metropolitan Subway||Following station|