Shindorim Station (신도림역, 新道林驛, new.road.forest.station) is a station on lines 1 and 2 of the Seoul subway. It is next to:
Shindorim, though in the centre of two major lines, is comprised almost entirely of large apartments and has few if any restaurants and stores. Most of the people that use the station change lines and only a small number actually leave the station. Though Gangnam Station has the largest number of people that actually enter and leave the station to use the trains at somewhere around 150,000 per day, Shindorim Station has the largest amount of people that use a station in a day in the country for a total of 340,000 people per day.
- Address: 460-26 Shindorim-dong, Guro-gu, Seoul (서울특별시 구로구 신도림동 460-26번지)
- Telephone: 02-868-2021
- Guro Tax Office (구로세무서)
- Dorim 2-dong Office (도림2동사무소)
Shindorim in popular culture
- Shindorim appeared in the Jaurim song 일탈 in the following lyrics: 신도림역 안에서 스트립쇼를, 야이야이야이야이야!" as one of the number of ways a person can take a normal day and turn it completely around.