Daejeon Railway Station West Side
|Location||1 Jeong Dong, Dong Gu, Daejeon|
|January 1, 1905||opened|
|Passengers||(Daily) Based on January–June 2011.
Daejeon Line 1: 22,159
The station opened on January 1, 1905, and KTX trains on the Gyeongbu Line began services on April 1, 2004. The station inspired the romantic blues ballad "Daejeon Blues" that has been preferred by musicians throughout Asia and has become a Korean classic. The melody of the song is played on the speakers of the subway trains upon arriving at Daejeon Station.
Daejeon Station serves all KTX trains on the Gyeongbu Line. It also has express services and local services on the normal speed Gyeongbu Line. The station is served by the Daejeon Line, a short line connecting Daejeon Station with Seodaejeon Station, and also by the Daejeon Subway. Underground shopping can be found connected to Daejeon Station.
- Passenger Transportation Result of Korea Railway (O/D)[permanent dead link]. Korea Transportation Database, 2011. Retrieved 2011-08-28.
- Passenger Transportation Result of Daejeon Metropolitan Subway System Archived 2013-04-13 at Archive.is. Korea Transportation Database, 2011. Retrieved 2011-08-28.
- Kim, Hyung-yoon (Spring 2010). "Daejeon, Where People Embrace a Slow-paced Life". Koreana: Korean Art & Culture. Vol. 24 no. 1. Seoul, Republic of Korea: The Korea Foundation. pp. 72–79. ISSN 1016-0744. Retrieved 9 November 2011.
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