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|Opened||June 21, 1966
September 2, 1986. (Line 1)
Mangwolsa Station is a metro station on Seoul Subway Line 1. Named after a Silla-era Buddhist temple in the mountains to the west, it is the first station for services leaving Seoul heading north, and lies in the city of Uijeongbu.
- Exit 1: Jungnangcheon, Howon 1-dong Community Center
- Exit 2: Mangwolsa, Shinheung College, Hoam Elementary School, Howon-dong Community Center, Hoeryong Elementary School
- Exit 3: Shinheung College, Hoam Elementary School, Howon-dong Community Center
- "망월사역" (in Korean). KRIC. Retrieved 2015-09-16.
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