Seoul Sub-urban

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Seoul Sub-urban
Seoul Sub→urban provides an in-depth look at one of the world's biggest and most dynamic cities, exploring and documenting both its most popular sights and its least-known neighborhoods, subway station by subway station.
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  • Slideshow in Guardian Cities 2 days ago A little something to act as a stopgap as we get our next post ready.  Last week was a ‘Seoul Week’ of sorts at Guardian Cities, and we put together a small slideshow of 25 different places in town, some that have been on the blog already and some that haven’t.  You can view it…
  • Hongje Station (홍제역) Line 3 - Station #324 1 month ago As I’ve mentioned before, I have a particular affinity for the northwest side of town, where things always feel a bit more relaxed, the air smells fresher, and the mountains, so near, seem to be more a part of the neighborhoods’ fabric than elsewhere, interweaving themselves with the manmade...
  • Garak Market Station (가락시장역) Line 3 - Station #350, Line 8 - Station #817 1 month ago If you’ve eaten in a restaurant today, odds are some of your meal came from Garak Market (가락시장).  This is where many of Seoul’s restaurateurs come to restock their kitchens.  Cheaper and fresher and bigger than just about anywhere else in the city, it’s the mother of all markets....
  • Dangsan Station (당산역) Line 2 - Station #237, Line 9 - Station #913 2 months ago I like Yeongdeungpo-gu.  It doesn’t have much charm, but it has more interesting and idiosyncratic spots than most people realize, or at least remember: the machine shops and art scene in Mullae, the Chinese neighborhood in Daerim, the parks and behemoth Yoido Full Gospel Church on Yeouido,...
  • Seodaemun Station (서대문역) Line 5 - Station #532 3 months ago The gates that gave their names to the Dongdaemun and Namdaemun neighborhoods still stand, and their presence puts the stamp of history on the areas around them.  They’re constant reminders of the city’s Long Ago and chains that link the contemporary lives lived around them to the lives lived...

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Emma
18:00 PM October 27, 2012

I am a Korean who is fond of reading the posts on this extradordinary blog:) I think it is quite young and intriguing idea to picture and write about each subway station in Seoul. I find so many things about Seoul that I haven't noticed before, even though I was raised in this city! They describe Seoul in so many details, and portray the city as a place which has lots of treasure, if we try to find. Also, reading the posts gives me lots of helps to improve my English in many aspects such as diction, syntax, and discourse organization. I think Seoul Sub->urban deserves to grant the best prize from here!! Thanks=)!!

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