Incheon is the second largest port city in Korea and was a major gateway for commercial and cultural exchanges in the later part of the 19th century. It is home to Incheon International Airport, and is also the venue for some of Korea's leading music festivals and concerts. As such, Incheon is rapidly developing into a city of modern culture.


Incheon is a major domestic and international transport hub for Korea. /Incheon International Airport is South Korea's primary international airport while sea port is the second largest port in Korea after Busan's sea port. Incheon Bus Terminal is the busiest bus station in Incheon and offers express bus transportation to all parts of Korea. The Incheon Subway has two subway lines serving the city. The first line connects to the Seoul Metropolitan Subway system at Bupyeong Station (Seoul Subway Line 1), and AREX line at Gyeyang Station. It connects International Business District Station in Songdo to Gyeyang Station.

Incheon International Airport

Incheon International Airport is one of the main transport hubs of Northeast Asia. It houses the Korean Culture Museum, Traditional Culture Experience Zone, Traditional Craft Gallery, and Arrival Hall Culture Street, providing domestic and international tourists with opportunities to appreciate the richness of Korean arts and culture.

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    Songdo Central Park

    Songdo Central Park is located in the centre of the Songdo International Business District. The park has five different themes for each zone. It was the first park in Korea to have an artificial sea canal for visitors to ride a water taxi, canoe, kayak, and boat.

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    Wolmido Island

    Wolmido Island has many cafes and raw fish restaurants where you can drink and dine while enjoying the ocean view. The island is usually bustling with people because there are lots to see and do, such as the cruise boat and theme park where various performances are staged on the weekends.

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    Incheon Chinatown

    Incheon Chinatown was formed when more than 2,000 Chinese moved to the district of Seollin-dong, where the Consulate of China's Qing Dynasty was established in 1884. There are still many Chinese restaurants in this part of the city.

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    Sorae Port

    Sorae Port is a popular tourist destination as it's one of the closest beaches to Seoul. It's one of the best places to enjoy sliced raw seasonal fish. Many people come to Sorae Fish Market to buy some crabs in the spring and salted seafood in the winter.