Sin Bundang Line Extended in Seoul, South Korea

Sin Bundang Line Extended in Seoul, South Korea: After the extension of the Sin Bundang line 12,8 km in Seoul, South Korea's capital, 30 began trains in January. In this way, the length of the line, which is in service without barriers, has increased to 30,1 km.
The first part of the Sin Bundang line was built in 2011. The line with 6 stations served in the city between Gangnam and Jeongja. With the new extension, Jeongja and Kyonggi University were connected to each other. The 5 station is also scheduled to open later this year.

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