Miryang Station

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Miryang Station
Miryang Station 3.JPG
Korean name
Hangul
Hanja
Revised RomanizationMiryang yeok
McCune–ReischauerMilyang yŏk
General information
Operated byKorail
Platforms0
Tracks0
Construction
Structure typeAboveground/Straight
Key dates
January 1, 1905opened
Services
Preceding station   Korail   Following station
KTX logo.svg Gyeongbu KTX
Busan (via Gupo)
toward Busan

Miryang Station is on South Korea's high-speed KTX railway network, 55 km south of Dongdaegu Station. Milyang Station is an important branch of the Gyeongbu and Gyeongjeon lines. The surrounding area is filled with numerous tourist attractions such as Ice Valley, Pyochungsa Temple, Pyochungbi, Jaejak Mountain and Unmun Mountain, as well as famous mountains called Yeongnam Alps. Especially in summer, there is a theater festival held in Milyang Theater Village and a cool ice valley without long clothes. It is a station that is the center of economy and tourism.[1]

History[edit]

The station opened on January 1, 1905, to trains on the Gyeongbu Line. The building was destroyed by fire on February 12, 1962. The station was elevated in its determined importance on March 3, 1972, and a new station building was completed on December 28, 1982. KTX trains on the Gyeongbu Line began services on April 1, 2004.

Services[edit]

KTX at Miryang Station

Miryang Station serves KTX trains on the Gyeongbu Line. It also has express services and local services on the normal speed Gyeongbu Line.

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Coordinates: 35°28′31.12″N 128°46′12.72″E / 35.4753111°N 128.7702000°E / 35.4753111; 128.7702000