Incheon is South Koreas thirds largest city and is an ever-expanding metropolis. The city mainly serves as an industrial port and is only 36km away from the capital city of Seoul. It is an Incheon that Korea first welcomed foreigners in the year 1883, before which the country was living in absolute isolation. The city played a significant part in the Korean War of 1950 and fragments of the ill dated war can still be seen there, specifically in the port areas and colorful Chinatown. Most places in the city can be accessed by the well designed and efficient subway system. Here you can enjoy delicious Chinese food, walks on the Wolmido Waterfront, and visit the Yeonan fish market. You can even catch ferries to the Islands in the West sea and China from here. If you fly into Incheon instead of Seoul, please note that the international airport of Incheon is located an hour outside the city.
Attraction: Muuido, Jeondeungsa, Baengnyeongdo, Jajangmyeon Museum, The Memorial Hall for Incheon Landing Operation, Incheon City Museum.
Activity: Ferry rides to nearby islands, visit china town.
Food: BuamGalbi, Liquor Burger, IlmiHwapyeongdongNaengmyeon, Gonghwachun
Shopping: Bupyeong station underground shopping mall, Sinpo International Market,NC Cube Canal Walk, Square 1.