|Daily ridership||Based on Jan-Dec of 2012.
Line 1: 66,305
Jungang Line: 26,488
205 Wangsanno Jiha,
|Date opened||August 15, 1974|
|Platforms/tracks||1 / 2|
|Date opened||October 15, 1911|
|Platforms/tracks||3 / 6|
Cheongnyangni Station (청량리역) is a station of Seoul Subway Line 1 and Gyeongui-Jungang Line and it is a Seoul terminus of passenger trains serving the eastern part of South Korea. Gyeongchun Line will be extended from Sangbong Station to Cheongnyangni Station in September 2016, offering a transfer to Line 1, although only some subway cars will operate till there, with others terminating at Sangbong. A physical transfer between underground and aboveground stations opened on 20 August 2010.
Passenger trains serving the following Korail lines terminate at Cheongnyangni Station:
- The Yeongdong Line and Taebaek Line to Gangneung, in Gangwon Province;
- The Jungang Line to Andong in North Gyeongsang Province and Busan, to the southeast of Seoul.
In addition, this station is served by all ITX trains to/from Chuncheon Station on the Gyeongchun Line. However, the majority of trains do not terminate at this station but continue to Yongsan Station.
- Exit 1 : Cheongnyangni Grocery Market
- Exit 2 :
- Exit 3 : Miju APT
- Exit 4 : Cheongnyangni Train Station
- Exit 5 : Lotte Department Store Cheongnyangni
- Exit 6 : St. Paul Hospital
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- List of Korea-related topics
- Cheongnyangni 588, a red-light district
- Jungang Line
- Yeongdong Line
- Gyeongchun Line
- Monthly Number of Passengers between General Railroad Stations. Korea Transportation Database, 2013. Retrieved 2013-10-15.
- Monthly Number of Passengers between Subway Stations. Korea Transportation Database, 2013. Retrieved 2013-10-15.
- "수도권 도시철도 2천km시대 열린다" (in Korean). Business Post. 2015-04-16. Retrieved 2015-09-24.
- "청량리역" (in Korean). KRIC. Retrieved 2015-09-24.
- "기차역검색 – 청량리역". 한국철도공사. Retrieved 15 February 2013.
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