Incheon lies in the northwest of South Korea, with its suburbs bordering the outskirts of Seoul. The city has some excellent beaches such as Eurwangni Beach, a long strip of golden sand with a backdrop of mature pines.

    This is a city with lush green spaces, such as the 295-hectare Incheon Grand Park, overlooked by the towering peaks of Gwanmosan and Sangasan mountains. Get a flavour of authentic Incheon at the Sinpo International Market, and be sure to sample some dakgangjeong (crispy fried chicken in sweet, spicy sauce).

    Where to shop & what to buy in Incheon

    • 8 Best Places to Go Shopping in Incheon

      Incheon's shopping options range from traditional markets to modern multistorey complexes. For fresh seafood, visit the Incheon Complex Fish Market, Soraepogu Fish Market, or one of many ports in Incheon. If you want to get a sense of the bustle of traditional markets or the simplicity of 5-day markets, check out Sinpo International Market or Bupyeong Market. The many...

    Where to go & what to do at night in Incheon

    • 7 Best Nightlife Experiences in Incheon

      Nightlife in Incheon is mostly centred around Songdo, also known as Songdo International Business District. The ultra-modern area offers spectacular night-time views of the city from many spots, such as Ocean Scope and G-Tower. Check out Janghwa-ri Haeneomi Village if you want to soak in the ambience of a lovely sunset, or head to Bukseong Dock...

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