Seoul Metropolitan Subway Line 8

Line 8
8호선(8號線)
Pal Hoseon
South Korea subway logo.svg
Statistics
Type Rapid transit
System Seoul Metropolitan Subway
Status Operational
Termini Amsa
Moran
No. of stations 17
Operation
Opened 23 November 1996
Operator(s) Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation
Technical
Line length 17.7 km (11.0 mi)
No. of tracks 2

Seoul Subway Line 8 of the Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation was built 1990-99 and mainly serves the southeastern parts of Seoul and Seongnam. Jamsil to Amsa was opened July 1999.

In 2014 construction will begin to extend the line north of the Han River through Guri Station to Byeollae Station on the Gyeongchun Line. The extension will add 11.37 km of line to the already existing 17.7 km. Construction is set to finish in 2017. [1]

Stations

Station
Number
Station Name
English
Station Name
Hangul
Station Name
Hanja
Transfer
Line Name
Distance
in km
Total
Distance
Location
810
Amsa 암사
Line 8
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0.0
Seoul
Gangdong-gu
811
Cheonho 천호
1.3
1.3
812
Gangdong-gu Office 강동구청
0.9
2.2
813
Mongchontoseong 몽촌토성
1.6
3.8
Songpa-gu
814
Jamsil 잠실
0.8
4.6
815
Seokchon 석촌 (2016)
1.2
5.8
816
Songpa 송파
0.9
6.7
817
Garak Market 가락시장
0.8
7.5
818
Munjeong 문정
0.9
8.4
819
Jangji 장지
0.9
9.3
820
Bokjeong 복정
0.9
10.2
821
Sanseong 산성
2.7
12.9
Gyeonggi-do
Seongnam-si
822
Namhansanseong 남한산성입구
1.3
14.2
823
Dandaeogeori 단대오거리 거리
0.8
15.0
824
Sinheung 신흥
0.8
15.8
825
Sujin 수진
0.9
16.7
826
Moran 모란
1.0
17.7

Northern Extension (2017)

Station
Number
Station Name
English
Station Name
Hangul
Station Name
Hanja
Transfer
Line Name
Distance
in km
Total
Distance
Location
805
Byeollae 별내
Line 8
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0.0
Gyeonggi-do
Namyangju-si
806
Guri Wholesale Market 구리도매시장
807
Guri 구리
Guri-si
808
Topyeong 토평
809
Seonsa 선사
Seoul
Gangdong-gu

References

See also

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