Culture Station Seoul 284 (Former Seoul Station)

04509  1 Tongil-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul  

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Culture Station Seoul 284 is a multipurpose arts and cultural complex. It was once known simply as Seoul Station and it was the city's biggest rail station. The station was built during the Japanese colonial era. The first floor is used as a space for performances and exhibitions. The second floor is used for exhibitions, seminars, and meetings. Though admission to Culture Station Seoul 284 is free, performances and exhibitions may charge admission. 


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버스 번호 도착 정보
04509  1 Tongil-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul  
Seoul Station (subway lines 1, 4) exit 2

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Traveler RatingRating:4.0 (Based on 223 Traveler)

Latest 5 reviews of Culture Station Seoul 284

  • Nice building but,,,,
    Cool building and layout with the station right there but the homeless folks were a little scary. Long taxi line so we decided to walk and we discovered a place called Maloney's Station right down...
    Rating:4 ahuxley2019-02-11
  • It is also beautifully lifted up at night
    This majestic building as character compares to the new train station. Is is also beautifully lifted up at night. You may actually see this if you are on the road or going to Seoul Station or...
    Rating:4 fire-tower2018-12-14
  • Nice architecture
    Located right beside the new Seoul Station is the old one which has some beautiful architectural features. The station is now an art gallery and is easily accessibly from the new station where there...
    Rating:3 SurfingWild2018-10-27
  • The Former Seoul Station. Good exhibition hall.
    This is the Former Seoul Station and now it is used as a free exhibition hall. It's good to go inside and take a look half an hour. - The building itself is an attraction with history. - The outside...
    Rating:3 590jhl2018-09-01
  • Well... in case or rain
    Visiting this old station may have 2 goals: looking at the modern art exhibition inside or get an idea of the building architecture. The first may probably vary as exhibitions are temporary, but...
    Rating:2 JMGeneva2018-08-25
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