City Hall Station [시청역]

Cheer Up (2022); Reply 1994 (2013)

Exit 2 — On his way to his boarding house in Seoul, Samcheonpo (Kim Sung-kyun) passes through this station and gets out of Exit 2 (not Exit 1 as seen in the drama) in episode 1 of Reply 1994 / Answer Me 1994 (응답하라 1994) (tvN, 2013).

Exit 3 — Do Hae-yi (Han Ji-hyun) and Park Jung-woo (Bae In-hyuk) meet up at Exit 3 of this station for their date in episode 11 of a href=””>Cheer Up (Chieor-eop/치얼업) (SBS, 2022).

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City Hall Station [시청역] is a subway station on Seoul Subway Lines 1 and 2, which opened respectively on August 15, 1974 (Line 1) and May 22, 1984 (Line 2), and carries the numbers 132 and 201. Serving Deoksugung Palace [덕수궁], this station is located at Sejong-daero [세종대로/世宗路] vis-à-vis Seoul Plaza [서울광장] and Seoul Metropolitan Library [서울도서관] in Seoul’s neighborhood Jeong-dong [정동] –administered by the neighborhood Sogong [Sogong-dong/소공동]— in the Jung District [Jung-gu/중구].

Bus Stop City Hall Front. Deoksugung Palace [시청앞.덕수궁 정류장], SeMA — Seoul Museum of Art [서울시립미술관], Deoksugung Palace Stonewall Walkway [덕수궁 돌담길], Dongwon Freshwater Eel [동원민물장어] and Mugyo-ro [무교로] are all in walking distance from here.

Address of Line 1
101 Sejong-daero, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울특별시 중구 세종대로 지하 101
(정동 5-5)
Geolocation: 37.565721, 126.977162

Address of Line 2
127 Seosomun-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울특별시 중구 서소문로 127
(서소문동 90-1)
Geolocation: 37.563570, 126.975349

Getting here
City Hall Station [시청역], Seoul Subway Lines 1 and 2, Exit 2

— submitted by Marion KDL; last updated 19/11/2022

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Subway Station Numbers Line 1: 132 Line 2: 201