Incheon - Korea Tourism Organization
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Incheon

Incheon, starting from the islands in the west and reaching to Korean mainland, has the second largest port in Korea.

The city, an important gateway for commercial and cultural exchanges in the later part of the 19th century, is a center where modern culture is shaped around art, entertainment, and fashion. It is home to Incheon International Airport, SPA centers, souvenir shops, and is also the venue for some of Korea's leading music festivals and concerts.

Sites to Visit

Jayu Park, Wolmido Island, Songdo Central Park, Chinatown, Incheon Bridge, Incheon Grand Park, Jeondeungsa Temple, Eurwangni Beach, Songwol-dong Tale Village, Sorae Ecological Park, Muuido Island, Dapdong St.Paul Cathedral, Chamseongdan Altar, Ganghwado Island, Gwanseongho Castle, Jemulpo Gurakbu, Baemikkumi Sculpture Park, Baengnyeongdo Island, Sindo Island.