Hapjeong Station

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Hapjeong Station
Hapjeong Station
Korean name
Revised Romanization Hapjeong-yeok
McCune–Reischauer Hapchŏng-yŏk
General information
Location 55 Yanghwa-ro Jiha, 393 Seogyo-dong,
Mapo-gu, Seoul[1]
Operated by Seoul Metro, SMRT
Line(s)      Line 2
     Line 6
Platforms 4
Tracks 4
Structure type Underground
Key dates
May 22, 1984[1]      Line 2 opened
December 15, 2000[1]      Line 6 opened
Passengers (Daily) Based on Jan-Dec of 2012.
Line 2: 53,987[2]
Line 6: 19,349[2]

Hapjeong Station (Korean pronunciation: [hapt͈ɕʌŋ]) is a subterranean station of Seoul Subway Line 2 and Seoul Subway Line 6. The station is located just north of the Han River in Mapo-gu.

The station is the southern end of Hongdae area, which is the mecca of urban arts and indie music culture of Seoul. It is closest to the historical site of Jeoldu-san, a place where over 10,000 Koreans of the Roman Catholic faith were beheaded in 1866 under the orders of Daewon-gun. Yanghwajin Foreigners' Cemetery and the Holt International Children's Services are also located near the station. The northern end of Yanghwa Bridge is near the gates of the station.


  1. ^ a b c "합정역" (in Korean). Doopedia. Retrieved 2016-07-05. 
  2. ^ a b Monthly Number of Passengers between Subway Stations. Korea Transportation Database, 2013. Retrieved 2013-10-15.
Preceding station   Seoul Metropolitan Subway   Following station
toward City Hall
Line 2
toward Chungjeongno
toward Eungam
Line 6
toward Bonghwasan

Coordinates: 37°32′57″N 126°54′49″E / 37.54917°N 126.91361°E / 37.54917; 126.91361