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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  • Janghanpyeong Station (장한평역) Line 5 - Station #543 2 weeks ago ‘You looking for a car?’ My girlfriend and I hadn’t walked more than twenty feet from the station when we were approached by a middle-aged man in a puffy coat.  Milling about the intersection behind him were a dozen more guys of the same age, all similarly attired in padded winter jackets...
  • Gunja Station (군자역) Line 5 - Station #544, Line 7 - Station #725 2 months ago Coming out of Exit 8, Gunja presented a modest commercial intersection – a couple banks and a Starbucks on the corners, a trio of street stalls selling snacks and sending greasy vapors into the air.  Just past those stalls I turned left onto a road bearing the same name as the station, Gunja-ro...
  • Gangdong-gu Office Station (강동구청역) Line 8 - Station #812 2 months ago Editor’s Note: With a new photographer coming on board, we’re taking the opportunity to experiment with a new layout.  We’d appreciate some feedback, so let us know what you think, either in the comments thread or on Seoul Sub→urban’s Facebook page.  Thanks!  And now, I’ll let...
  • Interview on 2 months ago Not too long ago I did an interview with the website ExpatFinder about life as an expat in Seoul: what I like about it, what I don’t, what the price of cigarettes are here (Answer: I don’t know.), and more.  If you’re so inclined you can check out my words of wisdom here.  Real pearls…
  • Saetgang Station (샛강역) Line 9 - Station #916 2 months ago   The word saetgang (샛강) is one of those uber-specific words, like schadenfreude or 木漏れ日 (komorebi) (the Japanese term for the dappling effect of sunlight filtering through trees), that makes you feel your own language is missing out.  It refers to a small channel or tributary in a... Featured Expat Blog Badge:

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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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