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Kwaengdō sur
Kwaengdo sur.png

公湾道 市
"Kukamishi so Nain"
Rock in the Surf
 • Total286.8 km2
 • Census (2015)1 190 000
 • Density4 149/km2

Kwaengdō (kwɛŋdoː) is the fifth largest city in the Republic of Kojo, and one of its seasonal touristic hot-spots. Sitting on the warm southern coast of the country, surrounded by wide white sand beaches, it is one of the most frequented tourist destinations from late spring to early autumn.


IC and CC

The city has two major stations where IC trains are calling, Kwaengdō Zóngchezi and the eastern terminus station Kwaengdō-Shaddóti. The following table show all IC services serving the city.

Number Stops Headway Rolling Stock Notes
IC 2 Ataraxie-Ville, Marbella, Ántibes, Finkyáse, Zúkshi (Fóskiman h.), Womenlū, Hetta, Jaka Kayaran, Ojufyeng, Arákkanai, Kwaengdō ZC, Kwaengdō Shaddóti 1 h (3+4S) "Name"
Suéperyoer class available
Zúkshi (Cheryuman h.), Tsuyenji 1 h
IC 4 Pyingshum KDC, Formajiá, Īme Abuchezi, Wenzū, Yoyomi, Kwaengdō ZC, Zúkshi (Cheryuman h.), Tsuyenji 1 h (3+4) -/-
Kwaengdō Shaddóti 1 h (4+4) -/-
IC 4 E Pyingshum KDC, Yoyomi, Kwaengdō ZC, Tsuyenji 1 h 4S, (4S+4) Suéperyoer class available

There are no CC services accessing Kwaengdō.

Regional rail

Kwaengdō sits at the centre of Cheryuman-iki's regional railway network. While KC trains stop on every halt on the route (but usually skip simple Ésubān stops), KCP services are an express variant only calling at major stations on the way. Coming from the north, KCS 22 runs like a normal KC up until Hijimēsha, but from there continues like a KCP. Cheryuman-iki regional trains II.png


Ésubān lines in and around Kwaengdō with their frequencies
trains per hour on Ésubān tracks

The agglomeration features an extensive system of Ésubān lines, with a total of 8 lines and two trunk routes (one parallel to the main railway lines and one underground closer to the coast), each of wich carry about 15 trains per hour and direction.


There are two metro lines in the city. The east-west line however is closer in resemblance to a Tokkyaenchoel, since its outer branches (two to the west and one to the east) are operated with level crossings and employ tram-like rolling stock.


The city has an extensive tram system, mostly in the inner city of old Kwaengdō.