Soyosan Station is a ground-level metro station on Line 1 of the Seoul Subway in Sangbongam Dong, Dongducheon, South Korea. It is named after the nearby Soyosan (587 m), a mountain beside the U.S. Army base Camp Casey. It is on this mountain, at the Jajae'am Hermitage, that the Buddhist Saint Wonhyo is said to have reached enlightenment. Travel time between Soyosan station and Seoul Station via Seoul Subway Line 1 is approximately 78 minutes.
Station Sign (To Baengmagoji or Dongducheon)
|Location||126-3 Sangbongam-dong, |
|Platforms||2 (2 side platforms)|
|Opened||December 23, 1975|
|Passengers||Based on Jan–Dec 2012.|
Line 1: 8,730 operator= Korail
The station opened for business on January 11, 1976, and the station building was completed on September 21, 1982. This building was closed twenty-four years later, on May 7, 2006, and a temporary building erected in its place. Meanwhile, Line 1 of the Seoul Subway was being extended north through the city of Dongducheon, and Soyosan became its northern terminus, with a new station building completed, on December 15, 2006.
|1||Gyeongwon Line||Seoul Subway Line 1||Dongducheon • Uijeongbu • Cheongnyangni • Incheon|
|1||Soyosan / Soyo Branch Fire Substation / Soyosan Pleasure Ground / Jayusuhopeyonghwa Museum||36 36-5 37 39 39-1 39-4 39-5 50-5 53 53-1 53-2 53-3 53-5 53-6 53-7 53-8 53-9 54|
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