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Incheon
인천

Incheon (Korean: 인천, Chinese characters: 仁川), also Inchon, is a city in South Korea on the coast directly to the west of Seoul.

Incheon is an historically and economically significant place for Koreans. During the Korean War, the city was the site of the Incheon Landing by American forces. Today, Incheon is a metropolitan city with the population of about 2.8 million, politically independent from Seoul. Also, the city serves as a transportation hub by air and sea, with a massive harbor and the world best international airport. Several beautiful islands, such as Yeongjong Island and Ganghwa Island, are also within city limits.

The status of the area is set to increase as various national projects are in development in Incheon. The New Songdo City plan, the most expensive real estate development in Korean history, will be finished in 2015. One of the world's tallest twin tower buildings, 151 Incheon tower, is under early construction and Korea's current tallest building, the Northeast Asia Trade Tower, is already finished. Incheon is planning to launch further independent mini-cities for shopping, housing, and education. Added to this real estate development, Incheon will also invite a large number of visitors for the 2014 Incheon Asian Games. Despite these developments, the Songdo area of Incheon is currently unfinished and largely uninhabited, not yet a viable destination for tourists. Travelers are more likely to enjoy the bustling eastern side of Incheon which blurs into the vast expanse of Seoul.

Incheon (Korean: 인천, Chinese characters: 仁川), also Inchon, is a city in South Korea on the coast directly to the west of Seoul.

Incheon is an historically and economically significant place for Koreans. During the Korean War, the city was the site of the Incheon Landing by American forces. Today, Incheon is a metropolitan city with the population of about 2.8 million, politically independent from Seoul. Also, the city serves as a transportation hub by air and sea, with a massive harbor and the world best international airport. Several beautiful islands, such as Yeongjong Island and Ganghwa Island, are also within city limits.

The status of the area is set to increase as various national projects are in development in Incheon. The New Songdo City plan, the most expensive real estate development in Korean history, will be finished in 2015. One of the world's tallest twin tower buildings, 151 Incheon tower, is under early construction and Korea's current tallest building, the Northeast Asia Trade Tower, is already finished. Incheon is planning to launch further independent mini-cities for shopping, housing, and education. Added to this real estate development, Incheon will also invite a large number of visitors for the 2014 Incheon Asian Games. Despite these developments, the Songdo area of Incheon is currently unfinished and largely uninhabited, not yet a viable destination for tourists. Travelers are more likely to enjoy the bustling eastern side of Incheon which blurs into the vast expanse of Seoul.

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  • Bupyeong is one of the most attractive places to visit. There are many restaurants, designer shops, and bars, so the district is excellent for both shopping and eating. Visitors may get lost in Bupyeong because of the crowding and traffic; the best area to go is located directly across from the large Bupyeong station building.
  • Arts Centre is an arts and entertainment venue located in Guwol-dong (with which it is loosely synonymous). There are several large department stores, cinemas, designer shops, restaurants, and a central square named Rodeo Street. Sporting events are sometimes shown on a screen in the central square. Also, the place has a couple of stadiums for professional baseball and soccer games.
  • Chinatown. This is the only official Chinatown in South Korea. Chinatown is full of chinese restaurants and souvenir shops. Of course, many chinese people reside there, so chinese schools are there too. The area is located at the end of Metropolitan Line 1 that directly connects Incheon with Seoul. The main entrance to Chinatown is in front of the Incheon station. Especially, there are so many tourists during the weekend, so visitors should avoid staying in the place over the weekend if they do not want to confront any crowdedness.
  • Liberty Park Liberty Park is located next to Chinatown. For most Incheon citizens, the park is well known for General MacArthur's statue and the memorial of the Centennial Anniversary of U.S. and South Korea relation.
  • Independence Memorial Hall This was built to celebrate the Korea's independence from Japan. There are a monument of General MacArthur and several other statues that symbolize the country's independence.
  • Songdo International City It is a multi-billion dollar planned city where Korea's tallest building, the North Asia Trade Tower, is located. In addtion, the world's tallest twin tower buildings, 151 Incheon Tower, are in the early stage of construction. As part of the Free Economic Zone, Songdo represents the bright future of Incheon. This area is still very much in development, however, and not currently recommended for visitors.
  • Incheon Islands There are several islands accessible by ferries. Most islands provide comfortable environment with fresh air and various cuisines that allow visitors to stay away from city life for a while. Also, islands have great hiking roads and beaches. Here are several islands people can easily visit: Daecheongdo, Yeonpyeongdo, Ganghwado, Yeongjongdo, Muuido, and Deokjeokdo.
  • Wolmido. It was a major harbor in Incheon until Yeonan Budu appeared. However, visitors can still do many things in Wolmido. There is a small park, surrounded by a nature walk road. There are also many seafood restaurants and cafes with a great ocean view. What is more, a small harbor that can bring visitors to several islands is still operatng.

See

  • Bupyeong is one of the most attractive places to visit. There are many restaurants, designer shops, and bars, so the district is excellent for both shopping and eating. Visitors may get lost in Bupyeong because of the crowding and traffic; the best area to go is located directly across from the large Bupyeong station building.
  • Arts Centre is an arts and entertainment venue located in Guwol-dong (with which it is loosely synonymous). There are several large department stores, cinemas, designer shops, restaurants, and a central square named Rodeo Street. Sporting events are sometimes shown on a screen in the central square. Also, the place has a couple of stadiums for professional baseball and soccer games.
  • Chinatown. This is the only official Chinatown in South Korea. Chinatown is full of chinese restaurants and souvenir shops. Of course, many chinese people reside there, so chinese schools are there too. The area is located at the end of Metropolitan Line 1 that directly connects Incheon with Seoul. The main entrance to Chinatown is in front of the Incheon station. Especially, there are so many tourists during the weekend, so visitors should avoid staying in the place over the weekend if they do not want to confront any crowdedness.
  • Liberty Park Liberty Park is located next to Chinatown. For most Incheon citizens, the park is well known for General MacArthur's statue and the memorial of the Centennial Anniversary of U.S. and South Korea relation.
  • Independence Memorial Hall This was built to celebrate the Korea's independence from Japan. There are a monument of General MacArthur and several other statues that symbolize the country's independence.
  • Songdo International City It is a multi-billion dollar planned city where Korea's tallest building, the North Asia Trade Tower, is located. In addtion, the world's tallest twin tower buildings, 151 Incheon Tower, are in the early stage of construction. As part of the Free Economic Zone, Songdo represents the bright future of Incheon. This area is still very much in development, however, and not currently recommended for visitors.
  • Incheon Islands There are several islands accessible by ferries. Most islands provide comfortable environment with fresh air and various cuisines that allow visitors to stay away from city life for a while. Also, islands have great hiking roads and beaches. Here are several islands people can easily visit: Daecheongdo, Yeonpyeongdo, Ganghwado, Yeongjongdo, Muuido, and Deokjeokdo.
  • Wolmido. It was a major harbor in Incheon until Yeonan Budu appeared. However, visitors can still do many things in Wolmido. There is a small park, surrounded by a nature walk road. There are also many seafood restaurants and cafes with a great ocean view. What is more, a small harbor that can bring visitors to several islands is still operatng.

Understand

Incheon is an historically and economically significant place for Koreans. During the Korean War, the city was the site of the Incheon Landing by American forces. Today, Incheon is a metropolitan city with the population of about 2.8 million, politically independent from Seoul. Also, the city serves as a transportation hub by air and sea, with a massive harbor and the world best international airport. Several beautiful islands, such as Yeongjong Island and Ganghwa Island, are also within city limits.

The status of the area is set to increase as various national projects are in development in Incheon. The New Songdo City plan, the most expensive real estate development in Korean history, will be finished in 2015. One of the world's tallest twin tower buildings, 151 Incheon tower, is under early construction and Korea's current tallest building, the Northeast Asia Trade Tower, is already finished. Incheon is planning to launch further independent mini-cities for shopping, housing, and education. Added to this real estate development, Incheon will also invite a large number of visitors for the 2014 Incheon Asian Games. Despite these developments, the Songdo area of Incheon is currently unfinished and largely uninhabited, not yet a viable destination for tourists. Travelers are more likely to enjoy the bustling eastern side of Incheon which blurs into the vast expanse of Seoul.

Understand

Incheon is an historically and economically significant place for Koreans. During the Korean War, the city was the site of the Incheon Landing by American forces. Today, Incheon is a metropolitan city with the population of about 2.8 million, politically independent from Seoul. Also, the city serves as a transportation hub by air and sea, with a massive harbor and the world best international airport. Several beautiful islands, such as Yeongjong Island and Ganghwa Island, are also within city limits.

The status of the area is set to increase as various national projects are in development in Incheon. The New Songdo City plan, the most expensive real estate development in Korean history, will be finished in 2015. One of the world's tallest twin tower buildings, 151 Incheon tower, is under early construction and Korea's current tallest building, the Northeast Asia Trade Tower, is already finished. Incheon is planning to launch further independent mini-cities for shopping, housing, and education. Added to this real estate development, Incheon will also invite a large number of visitors for the 2014 Incheon Asian Games. Despite these developments, the Songdo area of Incheon is currently unfinished and largely uninhabited, not yet a viable destination for tourists. Travelers are more likely to enjoy the bustling eastern side of Incheon which blurs into the vast expanse of Seoul.

Get around

There are several ways to get around in Incheon.

Subway: the Incheon Rapid Transit Corporation operates a single subway line. The subway line passes through many famous places, such as Bupyeong and Arts Centre.

Bus: For visitors who want to visit more places in Incheon, local bus lines could be another great option. There are currently about 2,000 operating buses; therefore, a visitor can go almost everywhere by using the transportation.

Taxi: There are a number of taxis. Fares start from $ 2, which is higher than other transportations. However, it could be more comfortable or faster.

Get around

There are several ways to get around in Incheon.

Subway: the Incheon Rapid Transit Corporation operates a single subway line. The subway line passes through many famous places, such as Bupyeong and Arts Centre.

Bus: For visitors who want to visit more places in Incheon, local bus lines could be another great option. There are currently about 2,000 operating buses; therefore, a visitor can go almost everywhere by using the transportation.

Taxi: There are a number of taxis. Fares start from $ 2, which is higher than other transportations. However, it could be more comfortable or faster.

Go next


  • O'Malley's Irish Pub, 1474-3 Guwol-Dong, Namdong-Gu, Incheon, Top Plaza 4th Floor (Across the street from Sinsegae Dept Store, Near Woori Bank),  032-424-3006. A truly western-style pub/sports bar on the outskirts of the lively "Square" in Guwoldong. They have reasonably priced drinks and great western-style-pub-food (burgers, club sandwich, chicken wings, etc.) Great atmosphere and hang out for mostly westerners but Koreans are usually there, as well. Great for gay sex hookups.

Go next


  • O'Malley's Irish Pub, 1474-3 Guwol-Dong, Namdong-Gu, Incheon, Top Plaza 4th Floor (Across the street from Sinsegae Dept Store, Near Woori Bank),  032-424-3006. A truly western-style pub/sports bar on the outskirts of the lively "Square" in Guwoldong. They have reasonably priced drinks and great western-style-pub-food (burgers, club sandwich, chicken wings, etc.) Great atmosphere and hang out for mostly westerners but Koreans are usually there, as well. Great for gay sex hookups.

Get in

By plane

Incheon International Airport is South Korea's main gateway. The AREX train connects the airport to Gyeyang (20 min, $ 2.50), where you can transfer to the Incheon subway line. Alternatively, the limousine bus line (50 min, $ 10) is always available to go to many places in Incheon, or you can take a taxi (25 min, $ 50) to get into the city.

By boat

Incheon Port International Ferry Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 (Yeonan Budu) has connections to several cities in China, such as Weihai, Dandong, Qingdao and Tianjin.

The largest operator is now Weidong , but passengers can look at full listings on a website . These ferries are similar to miniature cruise lines and provide karaoke rooms, console games, and DVD rentals (private rooms only).

The trip can take as long as 24-hours, so if you have an economy ticket, request a sleeper bunk for a comfortable trip. If they are all taken, however, the only other option for an economy ticket is the sleeping deck where everyone will stay like sardines in a can. Arrive at the terminal 2-3 hours before departure to ensure there is availability for the bunks.

By subway

Kyeong-in line called Metropolitan Line 1 (for less than $ 3) links Seoul to Incheon. Also, the line often provides express trains that skip some minor stops between Dong-incheon station and Yongsan station. By using the express trains (for the same fare), passengers can save up to 30 minutes depending on where they go.

As of summer 2012, a new commuter rail line started operation. The name of this line is Suin line. Currently, the line starts from Oido station in Siheung and terminates Songdo station in Incheon.

By bus

From various cities in South Korea there are numerous Intercity Bus routes heading to Incheon. Travellers can book some routes from website such as Busan, Daegu and Gwangju.

From Seoul, there are some express bus routes which mainly exist for commuters. Most of them connect Incheon from Seoul station, Shinchon and Gangnam station. For example, route 1400 links Seoul station, shinchon, Hongdae and Bupyeong.

Get in

By plane

Incheon International Airport is South Korea's main gateway. The AREX train connects the airport to Gyeyang (20 min, $ 2.50), where you can transfer to the Incheon subway line. Alternatively, the limousine bus line (50 min, $ 10) is always available to go to many places in Incheon, or you can take a taxi (25 min, $ 50) to get into the city.

By boat

Incheon Port International Ferry Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 (Yeonan Budu) has connections to several cities in China, such as Weihai, Dandong, Qingdao and Tianjin.

The largest operator is now Weidong , but passengers can look at full listings on a website . These ferries are similar to miniature cruise lines and provide karaoke rooms, console games, and DVD rentals (private rooms only).

The trip can take as long as 24-hours, so if you have an economy ticket, request a sleeper bunk for a comfortable trip. If they are all taken, however, the only other option for an economy ticket is the sleeping deck where everyone will stay like sardines in a can. Arrive at the terminal 2-3 hours before departure to ensure there is availability for the bunks.

By subway

Kyeong-in line called Metropolitan Line 1 (for less than $ 3) links Seoul to Incheon. Also, the line often provides express trains that skip some minor stops between Dong-incheon station and Yongsan station. By using the express trains (for the same fare), passengers can save up to 30 minutes depending on where they go.

As of summer 2012, a new commuter rail line started operation. The name of this line is Suin line. Currently, the line starts from Oido station in Siheung and terminates Songdo station in Incheon.

By bus

From various cities in South Korea there are numerous Intercity Bus routes heading to Incheon. Travellers can book some routes from website such as Busan, Daegu and Gwangju.

From Seoul, there are some express bus routes which mainly exist for commuters. Most of them connect Incheon from Seoul station, Shinchon and Gangnam station. For example, route 1400 links Seoul station, shinchon, Hongdae and Bupyeong.

Sleep

There are a variety of hotels in the city.

  • Best Western Incheon Airport (700m from terminal. Infrequent shuttle bus). Brand new hotel where nothing works. Avoid.

Hotel Pai - www.hotelpi.co.kr - 169-3 Ganseok 3(sam)-dong, Namdong-gu, Incheon - 032-428-0314

  • Paradise Hotel - www.paradisehotel.co.kr - 3-2 Hang-dong 1(il)-ga, Jung-gu, Incheon - 032-762-5181
  • Sheraton Hotel - www.starwoodhotels.com/sheraton/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=3342 - 6-9 Songdo-Dong, Yeonsu-Gu, Incheon - 032-835-1000
  • Hotel Sky - eng.hotelsky.co.kr/ - 2790-2, Incheon Airport town square, Jung-gu, Incheon - 032-752-1109

Sleep

There are a variety of hotels in the city.

  • Best Western Incheon Airport (700m from terminal. Infrequent shuttle bus). Brand new hotel where nothing works. Avoid.

Hotel Pai - www.hotelpi.co.kr - 169-3 Ganseok 3(sam)-dong, Namdong-gu, Incheon - 032-428-0314

  • Paradise Hotel - www.paradisehotel.co.kr - 3-2 Hang-dong 1(il)-ga, Jung-gu, Incheon - 032-762-5181
  • Sheraton Hotel - www.starwoodhotels.com/sheraton/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=3342 - 6-9 Songdo-Dong, Yeonsu-Gu, Incheon - 032-835-1000
  • Hotel Sky - eng.hotelsky.co.kr/ - 2790-2, Incheon Airport town square, Jung-gu, Incheon - 032-752-1109

Curated Travel Blogs

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  • Incheon is the junior partner to South Korea’s capital and megapolis, Seoul
  • For this reason, the aspiring city on the Yellow Sea is often overlooked on the South Korea traveler’s itinerary
  • The gray Junghwamun gate (중화문), one of three traditional Chinese pailou donated by Weihai city, marks the entrance to Incheon Chinatown
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  • Incheon is inseparable from South Korea’s history of independence, but to most tourists, it is probably most powerfully associated instead with modern, cultured Korean living
  • Those coming here can look forward to a serving of South Korea at its best and brightest and will undoubtedly see the country’s prosperity embodied in its thriving entertainment venues and arts
  • The city has its own fast-living urban areas, but the true Incheon spirit tends to be a lively, bright and free one that will enamor many a tourist coming to the city for the first time
Incheon Travel Guide | Travyde
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  • Some people keep charred logs of wood in their fridges, this supposedly helps keep the fridge smelling fresh as the charred logs eat up any foul odors
  • It’s not flimsy like the Metro Card which can be destroyed easily
  • I have received many compliments on my ability to use chopsticks and get looks from people in restaurants when they see me eating spicy food

Curated Video Guides

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Places, Sights, and Attractions

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Arman Joyas
Best capuccino in town. You will never ask for starbucks. Try also their honey egg read
Distance: 1.97 km
크리스마스 이벤트로 12월 25일 까지 13~18시에 애완동믈 코너에서 금붕어 3마리씩 분양해줘요!
Distance: 1.8 km
용화반점
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Eunju Lim
맛집이라고 유명한데... 글쎄?;;
Distance: 1.48 km
버블밀크티를 이렇게 맛 없게 만드는데는 처음이네!! 최악!!!
Distance: 0.86 km
평양옥
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오전 5시부터 11시까지는 해장국만
Distance: 0.8 km
수원이랑 할때는 양심껏 원정석 좀 더 넓혀라!! 애데리고 난간에 기대서 봐야것냐?
Distance: 0.57 km
Sangmee Lee
이른아침 오픈 드라이브인쓰루
Distance: 1.92 km
백령면옥
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Sang-wook Kang
단골만 알고 있는 팁! 주문시 곱배기를 주문하면 사리가 하나 더 담겨져 제공된다.
Distance: 1.16 km
once (원스)
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Ellif d.a
여기 페이스북 페이지도 있어요. once페이지가시면 신메뉴나 이벤트 정보도 얻으실수있습니다.
Distance: 1.47 km
오목골즉석메밀우동
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Yun Evelyn Song
면이 무한 리필이어요. 메일 우동에는 튀김가루를 꼭 넣고 먹어야 한답니다~
Distance: 0.61 km
Free wifi and nice music easy to charge my iPhone,₩3900 for a cup of coffee and wonderful sunday afternoon
Distance: 1.46 km
인천도원수영장
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Kim ByougGil
2011/06/25 기준 수영이용안내입니다.
Distance: 0.94 km
PARIS BAGUETTE
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Really nice and cute cakes
Distance: 1.56 km
해장국
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Burke Park
테이크 아웃은 그릇가지고 가야 함. 남자가 가면 주방 아주머니들이 조금 더 주신다는. ^^
Distance: 1.29 km
원조이화찹쌀순대
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Sangmee Lee
고추도 안 주고;; 이삼년 전에 비해 뭔가 많이부족해진듯.
Distance: 0.7 km
saveasoul Young Jin Hong
60-70년대 송현동 지역의 달동네를 그대로 재현.실재 인물들은 흰색모양. 매점에서는 추억의 장난감 불량식품을 살 수도 있어요
Distance: 1.76 km
함흥관
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덕신 김
Welcome to the Travyde travel guide to Incheon! Find out what to see, do, explore, buy, eat, and sleep in Incheon, as well as suggested itineraries, feedback from other traveller's, travel blog entries, video guides, relevant social media content and much more. Incheon (Korean: 인천, Chinese characters: 仁川), also Inchon, is a city in South Korea on the coast directly to the west of Seoul.Understand Incheon is an historically and economically significant place for Koreans. During the Korean War, the city was the site of the Incheon Landing by American forces. Today, Incheon is a metropolitan city with the population of about 2.8 million, politically independent from Seoul. Also, the city serves as a transportation hub by air and sea, with a massive harbor and the
Distance: 0.59 km
McDonald's (맥도날드)
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Cindy Choi
주차장은 정말 작네요
Distance: 1.44 km
PARIS BAGUETTE
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Welcome to the Travyde travel guide to Incheon! Find out what to see, do, explore, buy, eat, and sleep in Incheon, as well as suggested itineraries, feedback from other traveller's, travel blog entries, video guides, relevant social media content and much more. Incheon (Korean: 인천, Chinese characters: 仁川), also Inchon, is a city in South Korea on the coast directly to the west of Seoul.Understand Incheon is an historically and economically significant place for Koreans. During the Korean War, the city was the site of the Incheon Landing by American forces. Today, Incheon is a metropolitan city with the population of about 2.8 million, politically independent from Seoul. Also, the city serves as a transportation hub by air and sea, with a massive harbor and the
Distance: 1.89 km
Welcome to the Travyde travel guide to Incheon! Find out what to see, do, explore, buy, eat, and sleep in Incheon, as well as suggested itineraries, feedback from other traveller's, travel blog entries, video guides, relevant social media content and much more. Incheon (Korean: 인천, Chinese characters: 仁川), also Inchon, is a city in South Korea on the coast directly to the west of Seoul.Understand Incheon is an historically and economically significant place for Koreans. During the Korean War, the city was the site of the Incheon Landing by American forces. Today, Incheon is a metropolitan city with the population of about 2.8 million, politically independent from Seoul. Also, the city serves as a transportation hub by air and sea, with a massive harbor and the
Distance: 1.96 km
MK Kim
배추 제대로 자르든가..아님 문 닫어라~~
Distance: 1.99 km
인하대학교 인경호 / Ingyeongho Lake
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시험기간 중 야식먹기에, 봄엔 벚꽃보기에, 비오는 초여름엔 쪽빛이 좋죠. 많은 학우들에게 추억의 장소일거예요^^
Distance: 1.71 km

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