Samseong Station

507 Teheran-ro
          Gangnam-gu
          Seoul 06168

4.0 | 5 reviews

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    Common Area
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    Phone Booths
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    Common Area
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    Building Entrance
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    Gaming Room
  • Samseong Station Office Space
    Private Office
  • Samseong Station Reception
    Community Bar
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Available workspace

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Keep in mind: To professional distance, we encourage you to look for space that fits twice the amount of people you’re trying to seat.
Private Offices

Lockable office space for teams of all sizes

Dedicated Desks

Desk space in a shared lockable office

from ₩457,000/mo

Hot Desk Membership

On-demand access to shared workspace and common areas

Amenities

Updated with your health and safety in mind

  • Enhanced cleaning services
  • Hands-free dispensers
  • Enhanced HVAC standards
  • High-speed Wi-Fi
  • Meeting rooms
  • Onsite staff
  • Unique common areas
  • Phone booths

Creating a healthier workplace

In response to COVID-19, we are enhancing our health and safety standards for your peace of mind.

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Increased sanitization

We’re carrying out more intensive and frequent cleanings to protect the wellbeing of our members and employees.

Prioritizing personal space

We’ve adjusted seat spacing in shared areas and workstations so you can continue day-to-day operations, while maintaining a healthy physical distance.

Behavioral signage

We’ve installed strategically placed signage as friendly reminders on how and when to professional distance and practice cleanly habits.

Sanitization equipment

We’re providing our locations with new materials and equipment so our community can keep spaces healthy and clean.

Improved HVAC

We’re maximizing outside air use, extending the HVAC schedules when possible, and partnering with landlords to follow CDC and ASHRAE air quality guidelines.

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Increased sanitization
We’re carrying out more intensive and frequent cleanings to protect the wellbeing of our members and employees.
Prioritizing personal space
We’ve adjusted seat spacing in shared areas and workstations so you can continue day-to-day operations, while maintaining a healthy physical distance.
Behavioral signage
We’ve installed strategically placed signage as friendly reminders on how and when to professional distance and practice cleanly habits.
Sanitization equipment
We’re providing our locations with new materials and equipment so our community can keep spaces healthy and clean.
Improved HVAC
We’re maximizing outside air use, extending the HVAC schedules when possible, and partnering with landlords to follow CDC and ASHRAE air quality guidelines.
Learn more ➝

Location

507 Teheran-ro Gangnam-gu Seoul 06168
  • Nearby transit

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    Subway line 2 - Samseong Station
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    Parking available

Teheran-ro Serviced Office Space

Sitting pretty on 11 full floors of an impressive office building on Teheran-ro—the most international business district in the city—WeWork Samseong Station is the serviced office space you’ve been looking for. In this modern high-rise for professionals, startups and established companies alike breathe life into new ideas and connect with likeminded business mavens. With a convenient location c... Read more Sitting pretty on 11 full floors of an impressive office building on Teheran-ro—the most international business district in the city—WeWork Samseong Station is the serviced office space you’ve been looking for. In this modern high-rise for professionals, startups and established companies alike breathe life into new ideas and connect with likeminded business mavens. With a convenient location close to a number of subway and bus stops, plus easy access to Incheon airport, traveling is easy for your team and your international partners. Nearby, the biggest shopping mall COEX offers plenty of retail and entertainment, not to mention great dining at the likes of Samwow Garden, Table 34, and more. Joining the coworking community at WeWork Samseong Station is a hard opportunity to pass up on.

Finding Unique Coworking Space Near Samseong Station

From the lighting fixtures down to the floorboards, WeWork Samseong Station is coworking office space on Teheran-ro with smart designs. Here, we’ve calculated the perfect mixture of the comfortable and the unexpected, giving your team and your guests a welcoming-yet-energizing experience every time they walk through our doors. Beyond WeWork’s hallmark amenities like beautiful conference rooms, complimentary refreshments, and personal assistance from Community Managers, you’ll find plenty more thoughtful touches like custom art installations and inventive around-the-column tables perfect for syncing up on a project. There’s even an event space and a game room, plus a pet-friendly policy to boot. Move in to WeWork Samseong Station for a workspace that supports your team.

What people are saying

4.0 | 5 Google reviews

Lee Sung Jae
February 12, 2020
좋아요♡
MediaNetwork Antenna
March 30, 2019
(Translated by Google) good. (Original) 좋아요.
雲峰
October 29, 2018
(Translated by Google) Meeting (Original) 미팅
서민석
July 11, 2018
좋아요~~~~~^^
Maison Valmond
September 14, 2018
After creating a Meetup group, “Things to do in Seoul”, I received many notifications from Meetup prompting me to organize a Meetup at one of their WeWork location. Finally, earlier this week, I gave in and decided to check out if it was... Read more After creating a Meetup group, “Things to do in Seoul”, I received many notifications from Meetup prompting me to organize a Meetup at one of their WeWork location. Finally, earlier this week, I gave in and decided to check out if it was really possible to hold an event at a WeWork free of charge. I follow the link to book a space and it took me to a calendar where I could choose a preferred date. I chose a date in September and it told me there was 1 space available, WeWork Samseong. After verifying that the location would work for my meetup, I proceed with the booking. It gave me to option to choose a space for under 25 people and one for up to 100. I chose the larger space. I completed the form and hit submit. I received an email confirmation stating that I would hear back from the Samseong manager within 48 hours. When I did not hear back from anyone, I went back to Meetup to look at the calendar again to see if a space at a WeWork near me became available and there was a space at the WeWork Gwanghwamun which is close to my office and on a more desirable date so I decided to book that one as well. When I didn’t hear from Gwanghwamun either after the 48hrs had elapsed, I called the office and spoke to Sohyun Kim. She stated that she had not received my request from Meetup and she’d look into it. When I said I’d like to come check the space out, she said come in and we’ll discuss my request in person. So, she let me take time out of my schedule to come knowing ahead of time that she would not honor my request. When I got there she explained first of all she didn’t receive any confirmation from Meetup that someone had booked the space. Even so, there is no space available on the date I requested in September. I asked about October. She said they are fully booked both months. I believe that she was being less than truthful because before telling me the spaces were not available, she said she didn’t really understand how the meet up space works. She said she has to put a space on the Meetup calendar once a week but that does not necessarily mean the space is available that day. She then explained that they can’t really rent the main space to non-members because it’ll be an inconvenience to members who use the common space as a hot desk. She said this while motioning to a man who was working on a laptop in the common room. The indication that I get from her is that she had no idea what she was signing up for when she put up the space on Meetup. I’m guessing she didn’t really expect someone to sign up. Furthermore, WeWork puts that space is available on a specific day each week even if that space might be filled internally. While they might be willing to let meet up groups use a conference room, they will not let them use the common space as that will be an inconvenience to members even though that’s an available option on the Meetup request form. I contacted Samseong again to see if they might be able to accommodate me. The lady on the phone mentioned that they rent the main space for events, only the conference room. I said the main space was listed as an option. She said she’d have her manager get back to me. I received an email saying the date I requested was not available even though i explained on the phone, i was flexible and would take any day in October. I believe that this is deceitful, a ruse that Meetup and WeWork has come up with to boost their image without any intention of actually honoring those promises. I was considering becoming a Wework member once my incubation term is over but now, I will use a local Korean co-working space. I will make sure to dissuade everyone in my incubation from leasing from WeWork.
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