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Incheon International Airport Expressway
Highway systems of South KoreaExpressways National Local Incheon
Incheon
International Airport ExpresswayHangul 인천국제공항고속도로Hanja 仁川國際空航高速道路Revised Romanization Incheon
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Jung District, Incheon
Jung District (Jung-gu, Korean: 중구; 中區) is the historic central ward of the city of Incheon, South Korea, one of the eight wards into which Incheon
Incheon
is divided. Its name means "central" in Korean. It was founded in 1883 on the opening of the Jemulpo Port and contains several historical and cultural heritage monuments, such as Dap-dong Cathedral, Hongyemun Gate, The First Anglican Church, and Jayu Park, Korea's first modern park. Incheon
Incheon
is the gateway to Seoul, the capital of South Korea. In modern times it became a trading port, eventually growing to become the second-largest port in South Korea
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Incheon Grand Bridge
The Incheon Bridge (Hangul: 인천대교; RR: Incheon-daegyo) is a reinforced concrete bridge in South Korea. At its opening in October 2009, it became the second connection between Yeongjong Island and the mainland of Incheon. The Incheon Bridge is South Korea's longest spanning cable-stayed bridge.[4] In comparison, it is the world's seventh longest cable-stayed bridge as of October 2010.[5] The bridge provides direct access between Songdo and Incheon International Airport, reducing travel time between them by up to one hour. The section of the bridge crossing the sea, whose concessionaire is Incheon Bridge Corporation, is funded by the private sector
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Seoul Metropolitan Subway
Metropolitan
Metropolitan
may refer to:Look up metropolitan in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.Contents1 In geography1.1 Named places2 Businesses 3 Transport3.1 Transit systems 3.2 Vehicles4 Colleges and Universities 5 Media and entertainment5.1 Journalism and literature 5.2 Performing arts6 Other uses 7 See alsoIn geography[edit]Metropolis, a large city or conurbation Metropolitan
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Super Rapid Train
The Suseo–Pyeongtaek high-speed railway or super rapid train (formerly known as the Suseo HSR or Metropolitan Area HSR) is a high-speed railway from Suseo in southeast Seoul to a junction with the existing Gyeongbu high-speed railway in South Korea. The line is part of SR's Korea Train Express (KTX) system, and provides an alternative Seoul terminus for Gyeongbu KTX and Honam KTX services to Mokpo and Busan at the Seoul end. 86% of the new route runs 50 meters under the ground. Dongtan station, the first station after departing from Suseo, is the first high-speed railway station in Korea built underground
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Korea Train Express
Korea Train eXpress (KTX) is South Korea's high-speed rail system, operated by Korail. Construction began on the high-speed line from Seoul
Seoul
to Busan
Busan
in 1992. KTX
KTX
services were launched on April 1, 2004. KTX
KTX
operates from Incheon International Airport
Incheon International Airport
with stops at Seoul Station, Yongsan Station
Yongsan Station
towards Busan
Busan
and Gwangju, and from Gangnam District's Suseo Station
Suseo Station
with intermediate stations in New Dongtan City and Seoul
Seoul
Subway Line 1's Jije Station
Jije Station
in Pyeongtaek
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High-speed Rail
High-speed rail
High-speed rail
is a type of rail transport that operates significantly faster than traditional rail traffic, using an integrated system of specialized rolling stock and dedicated tracks. While there is no single standard that applies worldwide, new lines in excess of 250 kilometres per hour (160 miles per hour) and existing lines in excess of 200 kilometres per hour (120 miles per hour) are widely considered to be high-speed, with some extending the definition to include lower speeds in areas for which these speeds still represent significant improvements.[1] The first such system began
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Ministry Of Land, Infrastructure And Transport (Korea)
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) was a cabinet-level division of the government of South Korea. Its headquarters is in the Sejong Government Office in Sejong City.[1] The ministry was originally the Ministry of Construction and Transportation.[2] The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries was merged into the construction and transportation agency. [3] In a survey conducted in 2011 by the Ministry on 92 Administrative divisions across the country, it reported that Gangnam Station had a daily average of 110,129 people boarding and 114,338 people alighting the subway. Making this the busiest public transit stop with more than 100,000 people every day. This is followed by Jamsil Station, Sadang Station, Seolleung Station and Sillim Station. It also stated that the bus stop, near Suwon Station and AK Plaza in Gyeonggi-do Province, was the most frequently used, with a daily average of 77,326 people boarding and 63,255 people alighting
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Government Of South Korea
The Executive and Legislative branches operate primarily at the national level, although various ministries in the executive branch also carry out local functions. Local governments are semi-autonomous, and contain executive and legislative bodies of their own. The judicial branch operates at both the national and local levels. The South Korean government's structure is determined by the Constitution of the Republic of Korea. This document has been revised several times since its first promulgation in 1948 (for details, see History of South Korea). However, it has retained many broad characteristics; with the exception of the short-lived Second Republic of South Korea, the country has always had a presidential system with a relatively independent chief executive. As with most stable three-branch systems, a careful system of checks and balances is in place. For instance, the judges of the Constitutional Court are partially appointed by the executive, and partially by the legislature
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Incheon
18 BC as Michuhol 1995 AD as Incheon
Incheon
Metropolitan CitySubdivisionsList8 districts ("gu") Bupyeong-gu (부평구; 富平區) Gyeyang-gu (계양구; 桂陽區) Jung-gu (중구; 中區) Nam-gu (남구; 南區) Namdong-gu (남동구; 南洞區) Seo-gu (서구; 西區) Yeonsu-gu (연수구; 延壽區)   2 counties ("gun") Ganghwa-gun (강화군; 江華郡) Ongjin-gun (옹진군; 甕津郡)Government • Type Metropolitan City • Mayor Yoo Jung-bok (Liberty Korea) • Council Chairman Ryu Su-yongArea •&#
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Gimpo
Gimpo
Gimpo
(Korean pronunciation: [kim.pʰo]) is a city in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. It borders Incheon, with which it shares the South Korean side of the Han River estuary, as well as Seoul
Seoul
and the lesser cities of Paju
Paju
and Goyang. North Korea
North Korea
is across the Han River. The current mayor is Young-Rok,Yoo. The city's population of more than 300,000 is made up of more than 71,000 households. Gimpo Airport
Gimpo Airport
(formerly Kimpo International Airport) used to be located inside the city, but is now part of Seoul. Tertiary educational institutions located in the city include Kimpo College and Joong-ang Seungga University. There are 27 elementary schools, 12 middle schools, and 8 high schools, including Gimpo
Gimpo
Foreign Language High School
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National Route 39 (South Korea)
Highway systems of South KoreaExpressways National LocalNational Route 39 near GongjuNational Route 39 (Korean: 국도 제39호선, Gukdo Je Samsip-gu(39) Hoseon) is a national highway in South Korea. It connects Buyeo to Gongju, Asan, Hwaseong, Siheung, Bucheon, Seoul, Goyang, and Uijeongbu
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Gyeyang District
Gyeyang District
Gyeyang District
(Gyeyang-gu) is a ward in Incheon, South Korea.Contents1 History 2 Location 3 Points of interest 4 Administrative Divisions of Gyeyang-gu 5 Transportation 6 Education 7 References 8 External linksHistory[edit] The first historical record of Gyeyang-gu goes back to the Goguryeo kingdom in 470 AD under the name of Jubuto-gun. It was renamed to Bupyeong-dohobu in 1413 AD. It was later renamed Gyeyang-myeon and it was renamed again Buk-Gu (North Ward), Incheon
Incheon
as it was annexed to Incheon
Incheon
in 1989. Bupyeong-gu, Gyeyang-gu, and Seo-gu were all formed out of this ward
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Seo District, Incheon
Seo District (Seo-gu) is the largest district in Incheon, South Korea. It has an area 111.2 square kilometres (42.9 sq mi), and it has the largest area of farmland in Incheon. In the past, Seo-gu was part of 'Buk-gu'
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Gangseo District, Seoul
Gangseo District (Gangseo-gu) (Hangul: 강서구, Hanja: 江西區, Korean pronunciation: [ka̠ŋ.sʰʌ̹.ɡu]) is one of the 25 wards (gu) of Seoul, South Korea. It is located on the south side of the Han River
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Goyang
Goyang
Goyang
(Goyang-si; Korean pronunciation: [ko.jaŋ]) is a city in Gyeonggi-do
Gyeonggi-do
in the north of South Korea. It is part of the Seoul Capital Area, making Goyang
Goyang
one of Seoul's satellite cities. It is one of the largest cities in the Seoul
Seoul
Capital Area, with a population of just over 1 million. The city is the site of the Ilsan
Ilsan
New Town, a planned city surrounding the Ilsandong-gu
Ilsandong-gu
and Ilsanseo-gu
Ilsanseo-gu
districts of Goyang. It also includes Deogyang-gu
Deogyang-gu
which is closer to Seoul. Several institutions of higher learning are located in Goyang
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