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“GHOST STATIONS” IN SEOUL
입력 2020.01.16 (15:14) 수정 2020.01.16 (17:05) News Today
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“GHOST STATIONS” IN SEOUL
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[Anchor Lead]

There are secret places in the Seoul subway that are hidden from passengers' view. These so-called 'ghost stations' have been abandoned for decades. But these days they serve as the ideal filming locations for music videos or TV dramas.

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An empty tunnel giving off an eerie vibe. This is the first scene of EXO's music video. Members of Twice sing while walking along a station platform. These two scenes were shot at the same location. It's a platform located three floors underground at Sinseoldong Station of subway line 2.
Not a single passenger comes into sight. It was built in 1974 as a transfer hub with subway line 5, but it was closed down when that plan was scrapped. Having been abandoned for several decades, it earned the nickname Sinseol-dong "ghost station." A gloomy and cavernous space is found past three steel doors. This is a basement transfer passageway at Sindang Station of subway line 6. It's another "ghost station." There are five such unused platforms along the Seoul subway lines. All of them were left vacant following a change in their route plans. Other than Sinseoldong and Sindang Stations, Nonhyeon, Yeongdeungpo Market and Sinpung Stations conceal such secret platforms. The one in Sinseoldong Station is often featured in TV dramas and movies. It eventually became a hot topic on social media sites.

[Soundbite] YUN GANG-JAE(SEOUL METRO) : "We are thinking about opening or developing those stations into filming locations or cultural centers."

The lesser known parts of Seoul subway stations are given a new lease in life as venues of art and culture.
  • “GHOST STATIONS” IN SEOUL
    • 입력 2020.01.16 (15:14)
    • 수정 2020.01.16 (17:05)
    News Today
“GHOST STATIONS” IN SEOUL
[Anchor Lead]

There are secret places in the Seoul subway that are hidden from passengers' view. These so-called 'ghost stations' have been abandoned for decades. But these days they serve as the ideal filming locations for music videos or TV dramas.

[Pkg]

An empty tunnel giving off an eerie vibe. This is the first scene of EXO's music video. Members of Twice sing while walking along a station platform. These two scenes were shot at the same location. It's a platform located three floors underground at Sinseoldong Station of subway line 2.
Not a single passenger comes into sight. It was built in 1974 as a transfer hub with subway line 5, but it was closed down when that plan was scrapped. Having been abandoned for several decades, it earned the nickname Sinseol-dong "ghost station." A gloomy and cavernous space is found past three steel doors. This is a basement transfer passageway at Sindang Station of subway line 6. It's another "ghost station." There are five such unused platforms along the Seoul subway lines. All of them were left vacant following a change in their route plans. Other than Sinseoldong and Sindang Stations, Nonhyeon, Yeongdeungpo Market and Sinpung Stations conceal such secret platforms. The one in Sinseoldong Station is often featured in TV dramas and movies. It eventually became a hot topic on social media sites.

[Soundbite] YUN GANG-JAE(SEOUL METRO) : "We are thinking about opening or developing those stations into filming locations or cultural centers."

The lesser known parts of Seoul subway stations are given a new lease in life as venues of art and culture.
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