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  • Attraction
    • Wolmido
      With a cobalt sea and exotic cafes as well as a youthful and romantic ambience, Wolmido is the tourism icon of Incheon. From the fantastic sunsets and exciting amusement park to Wolmisan Mountain Observatory, where visitors can see all of Incheon at a glance, and the floodgate of Incheon Harbor (the symbol of Incheon), Wolmido Island is filled with thrilling experiences that are difficult to resist.
      By Car
      - Gyeongbu Expressway : Expressway between Shingal and Ansan (Donguwon IC, Buksuwon IC) - Seochang IC - Terminal towards Incheon direction - Memorial Monument for the 100th Anniversary
    of Opening of the Port(Right turn)- Wolmido Island
    - West Coast Expressway : Maesong - Towards Incheon direction after passing Tunnel # 1, #2 - Seochang JC (Terminal towards Incheon direction) - Crossroad on Yeonan Pier Entrance (Right turn) - Wolmido Island
    By publice transportation
    - At the bus stop in front of Incheon Station (Subway Lane #1), take the bus to Wolmido Island (#2, 15, 23 and 45)
    Inquiries
    - Tourist Information Center at Wolmido Island 032)765-4169

    • Eurwangni
      Island, the nearest island to Seoul. Eurwangni Beach is located in Eurwang-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon Metropolitan City. Often referred to as 'Neulmok' or 'Eolhang,' the beach was designated as a public tourism site in 1986. With the length of the sandy beach reaching approximately 700m and an average depth of about 1.5m, Eurwangni Beach is relatively large compared to other beaches in Korea. The natural scenery is spectacular with a luxuriant pine forest and fantastic rocks and stones encompassing the beach. Of particular note, sunset on Eurwangni Beach is known as one of the most beautiful spectacles on the West Coast of Korea. The sands of the beach form a crescent shape. On the beach, you can see many kinds of water birds. On both ends of the beach stand pine trees and wonderful rocks that create a wonderful vista where families can enjoy a great time.
    By Car
    - Pass the terminal of the Gyeongin Expressway until you meet Incheon Harbor Crossroads. Turn right and follow the direction board to Wolmido Island until you arrive at the 2nd pier of Wolmido Island - Use Yeongjong Bridge - From Seoul, take the North Riverside Highway or the 88 Olympic Highway. At the Banghwa Bridge junction, enter the Incheon International Airport Expressway - From Gimpo Airport, Bucheon, Siheung or Ilsan area, connect through Gimpo Airport IC and Nooji JC - From Incheon, take the North Incheon IC - Take the Incheon International Airport Expressway until you meet Shinbul IC, where you should go into the direction of Yongyu/Muui.
    By publice transportation
    - Subway: Seoul Station - Shingil - Gimpo Airport - Incheon International Airport
    - Bus: 1st floor of Incheon International Airport - Korea Institute of Maritime and Fisheries Technology (Seat bus #301, #306)
    - Tourist Information Center at Eurwangni Island 032-777-1330

    • Ganghwa-do
      Ganghwa-do the fifth largest island in Korea is linked with the memorable history of the country. Visit one of the best places for a golden weekend orv acation, not far away from the busy metropolis, to enjoy the nature and a plethora of experiences. Prehistory and Biryu Paekche hangmong Koryo Dynasty, modern history, culture and jeondeungsa lead to enlightenment, manisan, dongmak beach (foreshore), etc. You can enjoy nature's unexplored.
      By Car
      - Gimpo IC (toward Gimpo / Ganhwa -> Route 48 (toward Gangwha)) -> Gimpo City Hall -> Masong -> Gangwha Grand Bridge
      Inquiries
      - Tourist Information Center at Gangwhado Island 032-930-3624

    • Baekneongdo
      With a size of 46.35km Baeknyeongdo is the South Korean island closest to North Korea. Originally, it was the 13th largest island in South Korea. Recently, however, the size of the island increased greatly as a result of the reclamation project that connected Hwadong and Sagot Beach. Now the island is the 8th largest in South Korea. From a military perspective, Baeknyeongdo is very important, demanding every entrance to be controlled thoroughly. Once entering the island, however, visitors become entranced by the beauty of the islands nature.
      By Car
      Last stop of Gyengin (Seoul-Incheon) Expressway -> turning left in Yeonan intersection -> Yeonan pier
    By publice transportation
    - Getting off Incheon station (Line no. 1) -> Bus no. 28 -> getting off yeonan pier
    - Cheonghaejin haeun (032)889-7800 / Ace marine (032)887-2891 / Woon express ferry (032)887-2891
    - Baeknyeong-myeon office, Ongin-gun (032)899-3510

    • Seokmodo
      Minmeoru and at Ganghwa you can appreciate the beach and the seaside.Seokmo-do is known to offert he best sunsets on the west coast. A real interesting and beautiful place for a one or two da ytrip. Enjoy strolling along the trail to the 1.000 years old temple Bomunsa is one of the three great temples in Korea. On the cruise ferry boat the flying seagulls are not afraid to pick food from your hand.
      By Car
      - Private vehicle: Local road # 48, to Ganghwadaegyo-bridge, to local road #84, to Chanumul T-cross, take right to 6 km, to Insanli Y-cross, take right, to Oepori ferry pier.
    By publice transportation
    - Public transportation: Seoul City hall or Sinchon terminal: to Gimpo airport (Songjung Chanumul station), to Ganghwa bus terminal, to Oepo-ri bus, to Oepo-ri ferry pier. By Public Transportaion
    Inquiries
    - Every 30 minutes according to the ferry schedule. / Seokmo-do bus inquiry: 032-932-4554. By a Ferry from Muuido Island
    - us is moving according to ferry schedule: Leaves in every 30 minutes. Oepo - Seokpo: takes 10 minutes (Leaves in every 30 minutes) More frequent moving of bus when passenger is flooding.Sunsu - Bomun: Takes 20 minutes. (Leaves at every hour). Inquiry: Sambo haeun website: www.kangwha-sambo.co.kr/ship
    - Ganghwa Samsan office: 032-932-3001

    • Chinatown
      In 1884, the Qing Empire entered a concession contract for this area and Chinese emigrants moved here. The Chinese residents who live in this area up to today have experienced many hardships, similar to the complicated modern history of Korea. In 1884, the Qing Empire entered a concession contract for this area and Chinese emigrants moved here. The Chinese residents who live in this area up to today have experienced many hardships, similar to the complicated modern history of Korea. The culture of Chinatown is very unique, combining the culture of China together with that of Korea.
    By Car
    - Gyeongin Expressway to the end of the Seohae Expressway (Port of Incheon) drive 15 minutes in the direction of Wolmido Island
    By publice transportation
    - National railroad (Line no.1 ) about a 1 minute walk from the last stop, Incheon Station Inquiries
    Inquiries
    - Jung-gu Tourism Promation Team (032)760-7821

    • Muuido
      With magnificent scenery, the beauty of Muuido Island ensured its selection as the filming location for the TV series 'Stairway of Heaven.' In Muuido Island, one can enjoy the beautiful sea, Hanagae Beach with more than 200 bungalows, and the Road of Fantasy where the view of the sunset is wonderful. From Jamjin Dock of Yeongjongdo Island, it takes about 10 minutes by boat to arrive at the island. Tour around the heaven-like Muuido Island.
    By Car
    - To Jamjin Dock : Cross Yeongjong Bridge towards the direction of Incheon International Airport. Go straight for about 10 minutes until you see a milestone written, 'Yongyu, Muui.' Following the milestone, turn right to enter the Coast Expressway. Follow the milestone to Muuido Island until you see a sign written 'Muuido Island/Jamjindo Island.' Turn left here at take the road connecting the island with land to arrive at Jamjin Dock.
    - Go towards the direction of Nooeji JC on Olympic Highway/Seoul Ring Road, or towards the direction of Kimpo Airport on Nambu Ring Road to arrive at Yeongjong Bridge. - Departing from Incheon/Dongincheon Station: Take Bus #306 (passing through Incheon International Airport) headed to Eulwang-ri. Get off at Deokgyo-dong (Geojampo) and walk for about ten minutes.
    - Take the Local Bus #222 (departs every one hour or every thirty minutes during Saturdays, Sundays and holidays) at Incheon International Airport (Exit #5 or #9, 3rd Floor).
    - rom 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., ferries depart from Muuido Island every thirty minutes (weekdays of the slack season). The sailing time is about 10 minutes. On Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, ferries operate till 6:30 p.m. As the schedule for ferries may change during the season, tourists are recommended to check the schedule beforehand. Inquiries : Muuido Island Maritime Traffic Co Ltd 032)751-3354~6 www.Muuido.co.kr Inquiries
    - Tourism Promotion Team, Jung-gu Office, Incheon 032)760-7550

    • Yeonan Pier
      Incheon is a city that is well symbolized by the sound of a boat whistle. Among the many areas of Incheon, Yeonan Pier is where many people enjoy nostalgic memories and experiences. At Yeonan Pier, visitors can enjoy the quiet and peace of Incheon on a romantic excursion ship. The thick scent of the sea coming from the fish market arouses the unique sense of traveling. Visitors can relax while enjoying a healthy and comfortable bath in seawater.
    By Car
    - Taking the 2nd Gyeongin Expressway : Go straight from the terminal of Incheon Harbor - Turn left towards the direction of Yeonan Pier Passenger Terminal - Go straight for about 200m (located on the right side)
    - Taking the 1st Gyeongin Expressway : Turn left towards the direction of Yeonan Pier at the terminal of Incheon Harbor, and then turn right at the next crossroads - Turn left towards the direction of Yeonan Pier - Go straight for about 200m (located on the right side)
    By publice transportation
    - Subway : Get off at Dongincheon Station - Take bus #12 or #24 - Get off at Yeonan Pier
    - Samhwa Express : Seoul - Shinchon - Get off at Yeonan Pier
    Inquiries
    - Tourism Promotion Team, Jung-gu Office, Incheon 032)760-7550
  • Museum
    National Museum of Korea
    - Telephone : +82-2-2077-9046(English) / 9085(Japanese) / 9045(Chinese)
    - Address : 135 Seobinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 140-026, KOREA
    - Admission : Free admission to the Main Exhibition Hall, and the Children's Museum.
    - The special exhibition in the Special Exhibition Gallery is charged separately.
    - Closed on : Closed on New Year's Day (January 1)
    Open Holiday Mondays and closed on the next non-holiday instead
    National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea
    - Telephone : 02)2188-6000
    - Address : San 58-4, Makgye-dong, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, 427-701, Korea
    - Admission : Entry is fee except for major exhibitions (Depends on exhibition)
    - Closed on : Closed Every Monday and January 1st
    - If Monday is National holiday will be opened, closed the next day.
    Leeum Samsung Museum of Art
    - Telephone : +82 2 2014 6900
    - Address : #747-18, Hannam-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Korea
    Seoul Museum of Art
    - Telephone : +82-02-120
    - Address : Misulgwan-gil 30 (Seosomun-dong 37), Jung-gu, Seoul (100-813)
    - Admission : Depends on exhibition
    - Closed on : New Year's Day & Every Monday
    Gas Science Museum
    - It will take about an hour and twenty minutes to look around this museum in whole. This museum explains the entire process through which natural gas is created, liquefied, transported, shipped. Supplied, and used. It provides invaluable opportunities to learn how safe, clean, and convenient natural gas helps us.
    - Telephone : 032-453-7884- Address : 994 Dongchun-dong, Yeonsu-gu- Admission : Free(prior reservations necessary)
    Memorial Hall for Incheon Landing Operation
    - Created to celebrate the successful completion of the Incheon Landing Operation commanded by Gen. MacArthur of the U.S. during the Korean War, the place displays various historical artifacts and articles.
    - Telephone : 032-832-0915
    - Address : 525 Oknyeon-dong, Yeonsu-gu
    - Admission : Free
    - Closed on : Mondays, First of January
    Songam Museum
    - A private gallery that is home to works of ancient art, including calligraphies and ceramics.
    - Telephone : 032-440-6770
    - Address : 587-145 Hakik-dong, Nam-gu
    The Science Fun Museum
    - A science museum with seven themes for children to enjoy and learn about science.
    - Telephone : 032-765-0780
    - Address : 9-16 Sa-dong Joong-gu
    - Adults : KRW6,000 Children: KRW5,000
    - Hours : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. (7 p.m. during summer vacation)
    - Viewing during weekdays is only available for large groups : viewing with a reservation is limited to weekends. Open to all during summer vacation.
    Sudoguksan Museum of Housing & Living
    - Sudoguksan Museum is one that showcases the lifestyles of regular Incheon citizens during the 1960s and 70s. - Telephone : 032-770-6139 - Address : 163 Songhyeon-dong, Songlim 9-gil 100, Dong-gu - Adults : KRW500 Children : KRW200 to KRW300 - Hours : 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    Gachon Museum
    - Gachon Museum was founded in order to present the history of Korean traditional medicinal practices and also displays many ancient lifestyle items.
    - Telephone : 032-833-4747
    - Address : 567-22 Okryeon-dong, Yeonsu-gu
    - Hours : 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    Incheon Metropolitan City Museum
    - For the past 50 years, Korea's first-ever public museum has been the go-to destination for experiencing Incheon's history and culture.
    - Telephone : 032-440-6750~1
    - Address : 525 Okryeon-dong, 138 Cheongryang-ro, Yeonsu-gu
    - Hours : 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    Incheon Children's museum
    - The nation's largest children's museum provides is an exhibit not just for viewing, but hands-on experience.
    - Telephone : 032-432-5600
    - Address : 482 Munhak-dong, Nam-gu, Incheon Munhak Stadium
    - Adults : KRW5,000 Children : KRW6,000
    - Hours : 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
    Ganghwa Hwamunseok Culture Hall
    - This culture hall is dedicated to hwamunseok , a bamboo mat woven with flower patterns that since ancient times has been produced only in Ganghwa-gun. Visitors will have the opportunity to make their own hwamunseok and other sedge crafts.
    - Telephone : 032-932-9922
    - Address : 630-1 Yangori, Ganghwa-gun Songhae-myeon
    - Hours : 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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