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You're Going to Love Incheon

Incheon combines a bustling modern metropolitan city of just under 3 million with the beaches of Yeongjong Island and prehistoric artifacts of Ganghwa Island. The city borders Seoul to the east, with a long history that dates back nearly 5,000 years. You'll find historic attractions along with thriving shopping, dining, and entertainment scenes.

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When to Visit Incheon

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Spring, between March and May, and fall, between September and November, are the most popular times for foreigners to visit Incheon, when the temperatures hover around the mid-70s. Winter weather can plunge below freezing, and the summer monsoon months are very hot and humid.

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How to Get to Incheon

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Where to Stay in Incheon

Stay in the elegant contemporary Korean decor of the Harbor Park hotel, with beautiful views of the harbor and hills around the city. You'll find sleek modern furnishing and amenities at the J Motel.

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Shopping Streets

You'll find a wealth of shopping options in the Sinpo-dong neighborhood, including trendy fashions and international stores.

Groceries and Other

Lotte, HomePlus, and E-Mart are three of the larger supermarket chains in Incheon. A quart of milk costs about ₩2,450, while a dozen eggs costs roughly ₩2,700.

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$9.78
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$90.71
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Single public transport ticket
$1.75
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$5.55

Where to Eat in Incheon

Enjoy formal eight-course meals in the Korean tradition at Gonghwachun, with a prix fixe menu starting at ₩25,000. At Shinpo-sijang, you'll rub shoulders with locals ordering take-out versions of Korean classics, starting at ₩1,000.