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Olympicdaero
Highway systems of South KoreaExpressways National LocalOlympic-daeroHangul 올림픽대로Hanja 올림픽大路Literal meaning 1988 Olympic Blvd ExpresswayRevised Romanization Olrimpik DaeroMcCune–Reischauer Olrimpik TaeroOlympic Blvd ExpresswayThe Olympic-daero(also called Olympic Blvd Korean: 올림픽대로; Olrimpik Daero) is 8-lane highway located in Seoul. South Korea. This route connect Seoul
Seoul
between Gimpo, Hanam. and Gimpo
Gimpo
International Airport, with a total length of 40.67 km (25.27 mi) This highway is main route of Seoul, especially southern Han River. and connected directly with Gimpo
Gimpo
Hangang Highway(West), and Seoul-Yangyang Expressway(East). History[edit] This Highway was built between 1982 to May, 1986
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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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World Cup Bridge
The World Cup Bridge is a bridge under construction that is planned to cross the Han River in South Korea and connect Mapo District and Yeongdeungpo District. Construction on the bridge began in March 2010 and was originally slated to be completed by August 2015,[1] but budget cuts have slowed its pace.[2] The bridge is intended to connect the Seobu Expressway to Mapo District. As of December 2017, the bridge is planned to open in August 2020 after more than ten years of construction.[3] References[edit]^ Ko, Hyungwang (27 January 2010). "월드컵대교 4월 착공..2015년 완공". Asia Economy Daily (in Korean). Retrieved 13 December 2017.  ^ Baek, Soo-jin (13 December 2017). "착공 7년 9개월만에 상판 올린 월드컵대교". The Chosun Ilbo (in Korean). Retrieved 13 December 2017.  ^ "월드컵대교 2020년 8월 개통…공사에 126개월 소요". The Chosun Ilbo (in Korean). 13 December 2017
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1988 Summer Olympics
The modern Olympic Games
Olympic Games
or Olympics (French: Jeux olympiques[1][2]) are leading international sporting events featuring summer and winter sports competitions in which thousands of athletes from around the world participate in a variety of competitions. The Olympic Games
Olympic Games
are considered the world's foremost sports competition with more than 200 nations participating.[3] The Olympic Games
Olympic Games
are held every four years, with the Summer and Winter Games alternating by occurring every four years but two years apart. Their creation was inspired by the ancient Olympic Games, which were held in Olympia, Greece, from the 8th century BC to the 4th century AD. Baron Pierre de Coubertin
Pierre de Coubertin
founded the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 1894, leading to the first modern Games in Athens in 1896
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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
Buyeo
to Gongju, Asan, Hwaseong, Siheung, Bucheon, Seoul, Goyang, and Uijeongbu
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Gaehwa Station
Gaehwa Station is the only elevated station and western terminus of Seoul
Seoul
Subway Line 9. It is located near the border of Gimpo. The headquarters of the Seoul
Seoul
Metro Line 9 Corporation is located here. Station layout[edit]L2 Platform levelEastbound → Line 9 Local toward Sports Complex ( Gimpo
Gimpo
International Airport) →Island platform, doors will open on the left, rightEastbound → Line 9 Local toward Sports Complex ( Gimpo
Gimpo
International Airport) →L1 Concourse Lobby Customer Service, Shops, Vending machines, ATMsG Street level ExitReferences[edit]^ a b 개화역 (in Korean). Doopedia
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Banghwa Bridge
The Banghwa Bridge crosses the Han River in South Korea and connects the Gangseo-gu in Seoul and Goyang in Gyeonggi Province. The bridge is a part of the Incheon International Airport Expressway. At over 2.5 km in length, it is the longest bridge to cross the Han River.[1][3] Though mostly a girder bridge, the middle 540m section is an arch truss, resembling the shape of an airplane taking off.[1] References[edit]^ a b c 방화대교[ 傍花大橋 ]. Doopedia (in Korean). Naver. Retrieved 20 January 2014.  ^ "Banghwa Bridge". Poong Lim Industrial. Retrieved 20 January 2014.  ^ 방화대교[ 傍花大橋 ]. Naver / Encyclopedia of Korean Culture (in Korean). Naver
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Suwon-Munsan Expressway
Highway systems of South KoreaExpressways National LocalPyeongtaek–Paju ExpresswayHangul 평택파주고속도로Hanja 平澤坡州高速道路Revised Romanization Pyeongtaek Paju GosokdoroMcCune–Reischauer P'yŏngt'aek P'aju KosoktoroPyeongtaek–Paju Expressway (평택파주고속도로) is an expressway in South Korea. It connects Pyeongtaek to Paju of Gyeonggi Province. The expressway's route number is 17, which it shares with the Iksan–Pyeongtaek Expressway. This expressway overlaps Capital Region Second Ring Expressway at Hwaseong.Contents1 History 2 Compositions2.1 Lanes 2.2 Length 2.3 Speed limit3 List of facilities3.1 Pyeongtaek–Hwaseong 3.2 Suwon–Gwangmyeong 3.3 Branch line4 Major stopovers 5 References 6 See also 7 External linksHistory[edit]3 Nov 2004 : #411. Pyeongtaek–Hwaseong Expressway was designated[1] 3 Jan 2008 : Pyeongtaek–Hwaseong Expressway was split to #17. Pyeongtaek–Hwaseong Expressway and #171
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Sinbanghwa Station
Sinbanghwa Station is a railway station on Line 9 of the Seoul Subway. Station layout[edit]G Street level ExitL1 Concourse Lobby Customer Service, Shops, Vending machines, ATMsL2 Platform level Side platform, doors will open on the rightWestbound ← Line 9 Local toward Gaehwa (Airport Market) ← Line 9 Express does not stop hereEastbound → Line 9 Local toward Sports Complex (Magongnaru) → → Line 9 Express does not stop here →Side platform, doors will open on the rightPreceding station   Seoul Metropolitan Subway   Following stationAirport Market toward GaehwaLine 9 LocalMagongnaru toward Sports Complexv t eSeoul Metropolitan Subway Line 9Gaehwa Gimpo Int'l Airport Airport Market Sinbanghwa Magongnaru Yangcheonhyanggyo Gayang Jeungmi Deungchon Yeomchang Sinmokdong Seonyudo Dangsan Nat'l Assembly Yeouido Saetgang Noryangjin Nodeul Heukseok Dongjak Gubanpo Sinban
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Gayang Bridge
The Gayang Bridge
Bridge
crosses the Han River in South Korea
South Korea
and connects the Gangseo District and Mapo District.[1] The bridge was completed in 2002.[2] References[edit]^ "현대-동아-삼성 컨소시엄이 가양대교 시공" (in Korean). Retrieved 2018-04-07.  ^ "[국토매일] 시설안전공단 강 이사장 가양대교 현장서 안전진단". 국토매일. 2018-03-16. Retrieved 2018-04-07. v t eBridges over the Han RiverBanghwa Banpo Cheongdam Cheonho Dangsan Railway Dongho Dongjak Gangdong Gayang Gimpo Guri–Amsa Gwangjin Haengju Hangang Railway Hangang Hannam Ilsan Jamsil Jamsil Railway Jamsu Magok Railway Mapo Misa Olympic Paldang Seogang Seongsan Seongsu Wonhyo World Cup Yanghwa YeongdongCoordinates: 37°34′16″N 126°51′44″E / 37.5710°N 126.8623°E / 37.5710; 126.8623This article about a specific bridge or group of bridges in South Korea is a stub
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Hyperion Tower
The Hyperion Tower
Hyperion Tower
(Korean: 하이페리온 타워), also known as the Mok-dong
Mok-dong
Hyperion Towers, is a group of three buildings located in the Yangcheon-gu
Yangcheon-gu
district of Seoul, South Korea, completed in 2003. The tallest of which, Tower A, is 69 storeys and 256 metres (840 feet) high, making it the second tallest building in Seoul
Seoul
and the world's 214th tallest building. The towers are used as residential housing. Tower A is the world's 19th tallest residential building. Below the building is the Hyundai Department store, a chain of high end department stores in South Korea
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Mokdong Stadium
Mokdong Stadium
Mokdong Stadium
is a sports complex located in Mok-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul. It consists of multi-purpose stadium, a baseball stadium, and an Artificial ice rink. It was opened on November 14, 1989. The main stadium hosted K League
K League
football matches from 1993 to 2001.Contents1 Facilities1.1 Mokdong Stadium 1.2 Mokdong Baseball
Baseball
Stadium 1.3 Mokdong Ice Rink2 See also 3 References 4 External linksFacilities[edit] Mokdong Stadium[edit] It is multi-purpose stadium and currently used mostly for football and athletics and was the home stadium of Bucheon
Bucheon
SK (Currently Jeju United FC) before they were moved to Bucheon
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Seongsan Bridge
The Seongsan Bridge is the 12th bridge that crosses the Han River in South Korea and connects the districts of Mapo District and Yeongdeungpo District. The bridge was completed in 1980. References[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Seongsan Bridge.v t eBridges over the Han RiverBanghwa Banpo Cheongdam Cheonho Dangsan Railway Dongho Dongjak Gangdong Gayang Gimpo Guri–Amsa Gwangjin Haengju Hangang Railway Hangang Hannam Ilsan Jamsil Jamsil Railway Jamsu Magok Railway Mapo Misa Olympic Paldang Seogang Seongsan Seongsu Wonhyo World Cup Yanghwa YeongdongCoordinates: 37°33′08″N 126°53′28″E / 37.5522°N 126.8912°E / 37.5522; 126.8912This article about a specific bridge or group of bridges in South Korea is a stub
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Hanam
Hanam
Hanam
(Korean pronunciation: [ha.nam]) is a city in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. Formerly a part of Gwangju
Gwangju
County, it was designated a city in 1989. The ancient Baekje
Baekje
capital of Hanam Wiryeseong
Wiryeseong
may have been located there. Lying immediately east of Seoul, Hanam
Hanam
is also bordered by Namyangju, Gwangju, and Seongnam
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National Route 1 (South Korea)
Highway systems of South KoreaExpressways National LocalNational Route 1(Hangul: 국도 제1호선; RR: Gukdo Je Il(1) Hoseon) is a national highway in South Korea. It connects Mokpo, South Jeolla Province with the city of Paju in Gyeonggi-do
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Seohaean Expressway
Highway systems of South KoreaExpressways National LocalSeohaean ExpresswayHangul 서해안고속도로Hanja 西海岸高速道路Revised Romanization Seohaean Gosok DoroMcCune–Reischauer Sŏhaean Kosok ToroSeohae BridgeHaengdamdo Service AreaThe Seohaean Expressway
Seohaean Expressway
(Korean: 서해안 고속도로; Seohaean Gosok Doro), meaning "West Coast Expressway", is a freeway in South Korea, connecting Mokpo
Mokpo
to Gunsan, Dangjin, and Seoul. It is numbered 15. The entire length from Seoul
Seoul
to Mokpo
Mokpo
is 345 km and the posted speed limit is 110 km/h, enforced primarily by speed cameras
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