Go into the Scenes of Dramas crossing over Periods - Korea Tourism Organization
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Korea’s outstanding development from the time of enlightenment to the present day can be seen at a glance in Incheon. It has streets where vestiges of life have remained unchanged for over 100 years, while it is also an international city with a forest of fancy buildings, showing the development of high technology. If you get off at Incheon Station, Subway Line No. 1, a unique landscape grabs your attention, with Chinatown as the start. At Incheon Art Platform nearby, the returned Gong Yu (as Kim Sin) and the adult Kim Go-eun (as Ji Eun-tak) had a date in The Goblin. It is composed of creative studios, workshops, etc. Take a walk around here as if you were dating the Goblin′s main characters. Gaehangjang (Open Port Area) Street, which is gaining popularity as the site where The Goblin was filmed, has many cafés with unique interiors and desserts. You can experience the past and the present by looking at vintage buildings. Jemulpo Gurakbu Club, built in 1901, is located in Jayu Park. The building was used as a venue for foreigners to socialize in the enlightenment period and is also a place where The Goblin was filmed. If you have time, take a stroll in Songwol-dong Fairy Tale Village, a 10-minute walk from Jayu Park. Its murals of classic fairy tales are memorable. Take great photos in front of photo zone sculptures which make you stop.

1. Chinatown                                                                                                              Recommended Route 
Bukseong-dong ve Seollin-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon 

2. Incheon Sanat Platformu
Jemullyang-ro 218beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon 
+82-32-760-1000 
inartplatform.kr

3. Gaehangjang (Open Port Area) Street
80, Sinpo-ro 27beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon

4. Jemulpo Gurakbu Club 
25, Jayugongwonnam-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon 
+82-32-765-0261

5. Songwol-dong Fairy Tail Village
Jayugongwonseo-ro 45beon-gil ve 51beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon

6. Songdo International City
Songdo-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon

7. Songdo Central Park 
196, Techno park-ro, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon

Many dramas were filmed in Songdo International City and Songdo Central Park in the International City: The road Kim Su-hyeon briskly ran on in the rain in Who Came from the Stars, the café where Song Jung-gi and Song Hye-gyo had a conversation in Descendants of the Sun and a bus accident where Kim Go-eun could have died in The Goblin. Many people also come here in search of popular restaurants and enjoy the scenery of the seawater park and the beautiful night views of the city. 


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Incheon City Tour Bus  COUPON 
Tour Incheon conveniently with the Incheon City Tour Bus. The Songdo-Wolmi/Gaehangjang route, which departs from Incheon Station and passes 11 stops such as Songdo Central Park, Incheon Art Platform, and Gaehangjang Street, is recommended. You can get on or off at all stops all day long. Although it costs 5,000 won a person, you can use it for free with the coupon in this guidebook! 

Tickets can be bought at Tourist Information Centers in Incheon Station and Central Park Station, or when you board the bus at each bus stop. The T-money card, however, cannot be used. Visit the website (travelicn.or.kr) for more details.

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