Monday, May 21, 2018

Seoul Subway Signage

I've been meaning to write this post for a while, then at least two people asked me this week-end if I was ever going to resurrect this blog, so here it is. I have written numerous times in the past about elements of the subway, here is a partial list:
Yangcheon gu cheong station:
Yeouinaru station:
That time they changed the left-right on the escalators:
And two posts about when they opened Line 9: and

As the title suggests, this post is about signs you find on the subway. First up, the very helpful maps of station, local area and system:

Here's a moderately helpful sign pointing out safely and comfort features of the subway:

And here's one showing good manners and proper behavior on the subway:

...but it doesn't include my two favorite images of the series (in the first one, the Hangeul says: "Out!"):

Here are a few advertisements you might see today, the last one for the "Goblin Night Market" a glorified flea market or car boot sale, as the Brits might say:

You see a few of these around (including at Yangcheon gu cheong station, as pictured in that post):

And finally, Seoul Best Toilet, awarded in 2001 to the World Cup Stadium station. Well done!

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