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11 of the Best Things to Do in Incheon, South Korea

Batul Nafisa Baxamusa Nov 27, 2019
Annyeonghaseyo! Welcome to South Korea’s 3rd largest city, Incheon. Although a port city, it is full of beans and there are a lot of things to do in Incheon. Put on your walking shoes and get your camera ready to capture Instagram-worthy moments here.

Incheon International Airport

Well, this is definitely the first thing to see when you land in South Korea. This important airport is your gateway to Seoul, the capital city. It is one of the best international airports in the world that you will love landing into.

Korean Traditional Culture Experience Center

The best place to experience and learn about Korean Culture is here. Located in Incheon International Airport, you can visit this center before you leave the airport. It has many exhibitions, booths selling Korean cultural products, even get information regarding Korea from their English speaking staff.

Songwol-dong Fairy Tale Village

This Fairyland village is a magical place where you find brightly decorated houses from Disney movie sets. If you are a Disney fan then do not miss visiting this village in Incheon, South Korea.

Incheon Grand Park

This is the largest urban natural green park covering 727 acres of the city. Fledge by Gwanmosan Mountain and Sangassan Mountain, you can enjoy hiking, hill sledding, even visit a children’s zoo, beautiful lakes and more at the park.

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If you don’t enjoy a hot, relaxing bath in Incheon, your trip is incomplete. Visit the city’s largest jjimjilbang, the Spasis. They have excellent facilities such as cave rooms, restaurants, children’s room, movie theatre and more to help you out of your jet lag.

Sinpo International Market

Sinpo-dong was an international port which led to the formation of this market. It is the best place to enjoy Korean street food such as tteokbokki,  kimchi, dakgangjeong, etc.

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Wolmido Island

About a kilometer from Incheon coast, this huge theme park is where kids and adults can go crazy with fun. It even has restaurants serving delicious seafood by the shore.

Incheon Chinatown

Yes, Korea too has the one and only official Chinatown in Incheon! It has great food, beautiful museums to visit. This is the town where Korea’s favorite noodles with black bean sauce were invented!

Jeondeungsa Temple

This 1,000-year-old Buddhist Temple is located in Incheon wilderness. It is a complex consisting of smaller temples and buildings, each an architectural marvel.

Muuido Island

This small island is easily accessible by ferry from Incheon. It is a calm place to spend time with a loved one or for some soul searching. You could visit the popular Hanagae beach and spend some me time.

Bupyeong District

Shopping on your mind? This is the district in Incheon you don’t wanna miss. From clothes, footwear, bags, electronics, makeup, eyewear, you name it you will find it here.

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From Sorae Fish Market to Independence Memorial Hall, Yeongjongdo Island to Baengnyeongdo Island, Eurwangi Beach to Yonggungsa Temple, there are endless things to do in Incheon.
This city has a reputation for being the fastest growing city and tourism hub of South Korea. Do visit Incheon and make sure you add these places and more to your itinerary on your trip to South Korea. Jalgayo!