Seodaejeon Negeori station
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Seodaejeon Negeori Station platform
|Revised Romanization||Seodaejeon naegeori yeok|
|McCune–Reischauer||Sŏtaechŏn ne*kŏri yŏk|
|Location||Yongdu-dong, Jung District, Daejeon|
|Operated by||Daejeon Metropolitan Express Transit Corporation|
|Line(s)||Daejeon Metro Line 1|
|Opened||March 16, 2006|
This subway station was the site of a man in a wheelchair who rammed the doors of an elevator multiple times, and eventually fell to his death after he disabled both doors. He was awarded a Darwin Award and elevators in South Korean subway stations later started to install stickers telling not to do that action.
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