Seogyo-dong is a neighborhood in Mapo Gu, Seoul, South Korea. Seogyo-dong borders the following neighborhoods from the Northwest clockwise, Seongsan-dong, Yeonnam-dong, Donggyo-dong, Changjeon-dong, Sangsu-dong, Hapjeong-dong, and Mangwon-dong.

There are two subway stations located in Seogyo-dong. One side of Mangwon station and one side of Hapjeong station. Additionally, there are two stations that lie just outside Seogyo’s northeast and southeast borders, Hongik University Station and Sangsu station.

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Seogyo-dong Photo Guide

This Photo Guide of Seogyo-dong will serve as a general guide to the entire neighborhood. To take a closer look at specific attractions, you may select and open the desired location below.

(This guide will be continuously updated.)

My Photography Activities in Place (11.21.2022~Current):
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For photography the area of Seogyo-dong is terrific. There are many people coming to and from the area, especially those commuting to work and back. There are also many large buildings that also present an array of potential photography possibilities at any time day or night.

Hapjeong Station

I frequently visit Hapjeong station, which is connected to lines 2 and 6, making it also a busy hub of pedestrian traffic, especially on weekends and weekday mornings, and evenings during rush hour.

Mecenatpolis Mall

Coming out of Hapjeong station, by exits 9 and 10, heading into Seogyo-dong there is a mall called Mecenatpolis Mall. It goes outdoors. The large buildings encircle an open area in the center. There are several floors of restaurants and stores with offices in the taller buildings and also many apartments in other buildings. I particularly love some of the cylinder beams of the architecture.

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