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Ansan Gojan Station Cafe & Workshop ‘Station A’

Right in front of Ansan Gojan Station, there is a space called “Station A.” Its precise name is “Cultural and Art Platform Station A.”

The “Station A” at Ansan Gojan Station is operated by converting old train carriages. It consists of three carriages, housing a cafe and workshops. These carriages were previously used for train operations but now serve as a cafe and workshop space.

“Operated as a Cafe and Workshop at Station A”

Station A operates as a cafe and workshop under the following three names:

  • Mi-Holy: Cafe
  • Fleur Garden: Flower Workshop
  • Aroma Palace: Diffuser Workshop

At the cafe, you can enjoy beverages like coffee, while workshops are conducted in the designated spaces.

“A Quaint Space that Captures the Feel of Train Travel”

Since it’s a space furnished using actual train carriages, you can experience the feeling of embarking on a train journey.

However, one drawback is that its operating hours are relatively short, until 6:00 PM. This means you need to visit early if you want to fully explore the interior.

“A Place I Haven’t Explored Inside”

Despite passing by in front of Gojan Station several times, I’ve always glimpsed at it from outside and never had the chance to step inside. Furthermore, it’s closed on Mondays, making it a bit challenging to visit.

Nevertheless, it’s still a great place to capture photographs of the train carriages that were once operational in the past, offering a unique and special experience.

“Ansan Gojan Station: Cultural and Art Platform Station A”

  • Address: 289-2 Gojan-dong, Danwon-gu, Ansan-si, Gyeonggi-do
  • Operating Hours: (Tue-Sun) 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM