Incheon Weather Forecast (3 hour unit)

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05/11

26oC
clear sky

5.23m/s 28% 0%
05/11 18
24.3oC
scattered clouds
27% 33%
05/11 21
21.3oC
broken clouds
32% 67%
05/12 00
18.3oC
overcast clouds
32% 100%
05/12 03
17.4oC
overcast clouds
34% 100%
05/12 06
16.4oC
overcast clouds
38% 100%
05/12 09
18.2oC
overcast clouds
32% 99%
05/12 12
22.3oC
overcast clouds
30% 89%
05/12 15
24.3oC
overcast clouds
35% 95%
05/12 18
23oC
overcast clouds
39% 100%
05/12 21
21.3oC
overcast clouds
42% 100%
05/13 00
20oC
overcast clouds
48% 100%
05/13 03
18.8oC
broken clouds
54% 67%
05/13 06
17.8oC
clear sky
61% 0%
05/13 09
21oC
scattered clouds
52% 32%

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Incheon(Jung-gu) ,
You can see, feel and experience the various tourist spots in Incheon where the past and future of Incheon, tradition and present coexist. Incheon is a maritime city, which embraces the beauty of nature, a history city, which contains the history of Korea and a futuristic city that will lead a brilliant future. To you who want pleasure, Wolmido and Yeongjongdo Island will give you joy, to you who want relaxation, islands of Incheon will give you a relaxing and fulfilled feel of one afternoon and to you who want to know the modern and contemporary period of Korea, open port area and Chinatown will become your time machine. If you want the city's modernity and comfort, come to the Songdo international city Everything you can see, hear, talk, and feel in Incheon is a pleasant memory We invite you to the charm of Incheon!         The Top Things To See And Do In Incheon, South Korea   Incheon City Tour Line   Tourist Guide Book  Are you visiting Incheon? You can experience a warm welcome from a  Incheon  Greeter. Let someone who holds the city dear guide you through all the treasures that Incheon has to offer and experience  Incheon  just as a local would! Absolutely free and guaranteed to enrich your stay! Incheon Greeters are volunteers who will share their love for the city with you in an enthusiastic and hospitable manner. For families, friends or people travelling solo – a truly enriching experience!    Incheon Greeters ‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎‎Free Personal Walking Tour with a Local Discover Incheon on a free walking tour with a local We gladly invite you to the charm of Incheon! A maritime city, Incheon embraces the beauty of nature, contains the history of Korea, and a futuristic city that will lead a brilliant future. Ganghwado Island and Wolmido will give you joy, and the islands of Incheon will give you relaxation.  Discover the modern and contemporary period of Korea at the open port area, and Chinatown will become your time machine. In the Songdo international city you can experience the city’s modernity and comfort.  Come as a guest, leave as a friend! Let Greeters take you on a free walk through his home city for 2-3 hours: Greeters are a worldwide non profit organisation. Destinations around the world offer personal, private walks with locals through cities for visitors. Our city walks – called Greeters – are totally free, no tipping Greets are offered for single tourists and small groups up to six people. Greeters want to be a friendly face for those visiting a city.   https://internationalgreeter.org/destinations/incheon Incheon Tourism Organization Tel.+82-32-899-7300 ​   FAQ for guests 1. How can I find a destination? You can use the top menu (Find a Greeter) or simply follow this link. 2. How do I request a Greeter? Go to the local Greeter website and complete their request form with as much information as possible. 3. What happens after I submit my request? As soon as the Greeter destination receives your request you should receive a first confirmation. Long enough before you go there they will try to match you with an available Greeter. They’ll then be in touch with you as quickly as possible by email to organize details well in advance of your trip. If you think that you got stuck in this procedure please let us know by email to info@internationalgreeter.org. We will try to help you. 4. How can I change or cancel my request? Please send an email to the Greeter destination as soon as possible if you need to change your plans. They’ll do their best to accommodate your changes. 5. What does it cost to meet a Greeter? All Greets are completely free and always will be. We do not expect any kind of tipping. This is our spirit. 6. How can I support a Greeter organization? Greeters organizations are administered in different ways. In many cases it is possible to make a donation, but again, we stress that all Greets are free and you are under no obligation at all to make a donation. 7. How many people can take part in a Greet? Greets are for small groups of a maximum of six people. They’re private walks, so they’re not aimed at tour groups. For larger groups we strongly recommend organising a professional tour guide (Greeters are not professional tour guides!) 8. Will my walk take place if the weather is bad? Oh yes, so bring your umbrella. Whatever the weather, we will greet you and as far as conditions allow, we’ll try to show you the best side of our city. But we’ll be there at the arranged time. 9. Are Greeters professional tour guides? No, we’re not professional tour guides. Greeters are local individuals who enjoy showing new friends their city. If you’d prefer an organised tour with an official guide, have a look at the website of the local tourism board for more details. 10. Why is it free? Greets are free because our aim is simply to bring people together, get to know new people and show off our beautiful home cities. Greeters offer a free service based on the concept of participatory tourism (where tourism is a source of multicultural exchanges and enrichment for visitors and residents alike) relying on residents’ willingness to volunteer and their enthusiasm. 『 COPYRIGHTS © International Greeter Association AISBL. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.  www.internationalgreeter.org 』 『 COPYRIGHTS © incheon Tourism Organization. All Rights Reserved. www.travelicn.or.kr』

 
Incheon(Bupyeong-gu)
The history of Bupyeong 5-dong Haemultang Street began 30-40 years ago, when there were just three restaurants on the street. Over the years, the street gained a reputation for serving delicious haemultang (seafood stew), and there are now eleven seafood restaurants on the street. Each restaurant offers a rich, yet distinctly different flavored seafood stew prepared with aromatic vegetables and fresh seafood purchased from the marketplace every morning. The Haemultang Street has become so popular that many people travel the long distance from Seoul just for a satisfying meal of seafood stew. The restaurants specialize in stew and steamed seafood dishes, but also continue to develop new fusion menus to please all taste buds.  

 
Incheon(Ganghwa-gun)
Jeondeungsa Temple, located within Jeongjoksanseong Fortress in Gilsang-myeon, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon-si, holds temple stay programs every weekend. The program entails learning temple etiquette, performing zen meditation, having a dialogue with a monk, and doing chores together.

 
Incheon(Jung-gu)
Incheon Station is the last station on the Gyeongin Rail-line in Bukseong-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon. The station is located near Incheon Port.

 
Incheon(Seo-gu)
Ara Waterway flows downstream of the Hangang River to the West Sea. In the 13th century, King Gojong, the twenty-sixth king of the Korean Joseon dynasty started the waterway construction for the first time, but it was discontinued due to technical obstacles and the difficult state of the country. In 2011, Ara Wateway was finally completed. Along the main waterway are ports and water bridges. and people can enjoy the parkways and Ara-rium.  

 
Incheon(Ganghwa-gun)
Yeonmijeong Pavilion, located in Wolgot-ri in the county of Ganghwa-gun, is the designated Incheon Tangible Cultural Asset No. 24 (designated on March 1, 1995). While the exact date of construction is unknown, the pavilion was greatly damaged and then rebuilt afterwards due to the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592, the Byeongja Chinese Invasion in 1636, and the Korean War on June 25, 1950. The name Yeonmi comes from the swallow tail-shape of Imjingang River and Yeomhagang River ('yeon' means swallow and ‘mi’ means a tail). As the pavilion stands on top of Wolgotdondae, visitors can see Paju-si, Gimpo-si, Gaepung-gun in Hwanghae-do (North Korea) at a glance.  

 
Incheon(Jung-gu)
Silmi Beach, also known as Keunmuri Beach, is located on Muuido Island. The clean, sandy beach stretches out beautifully against the backdrop of a lush pine tree forest so dense that it does not let daylight in, even at midday. Facing the beach is Silmido Island, the location for the filming of ‘Silmido’ (2003), a Korean movie based on the tragic story of Korean Special Ops Unit 684. The film set, however, was demolished after the shooting. The pathway to the island, which has no residents, can be shown during low tide. Therefore, visitors should be aware of the tidal times to know when they can cross back to the mainland.

 
Incheon(Jung-gu)
Dong-Incheon Samchi Street is the alley at the side of Incheon Educational and Cultural Center for Students in front of Dongincheon Station. The history of the mackerel street dates back to about 40 years ago when the first grilled mackerel shop, House of Inha, opened in this alley. In 2002, it was designated as the grilled mackerel street and a signboard was put up at the street entrance. Currently, there are about a dozen grilled mackerel restaurants lining the street, and each restaurant has a unique signboard of its own. The mackerels are imported from New Zealand, and each restaurant offers a distinct taste resulting from different grilling methods and sauces. The restaurants also sell a variety of appetizers and side dishes at affordable prices.

 
Incheon(Jung-gu)
The Gwanghwado and Incheon areas are known for their plentiful catches of baendaengi (large-eyed herring). After a little street started specializing in serving baendaengi some 30 years ago, the fish has continued to grow in popularity.Located in Guwol-dong, across from the Incheon Culture & Arts Center, Baendaengi Street has expanded, and so has the variety of dishes served. Visitors can try baendaengi prepared sashimi-style, roasted, or in a spicy soup. For this particular species of herring, locals believe the flavor is best in March and April when they grow to their largest size. Salted Baendaengi also makes an excellent side-dish for Korean meals.*Baendaengi is one of many types of small prey fish referred to as ‘Soeo’ for their fierce struggle in fishing nets. Soeo have internal organs that are proportionally smaller than other species of fish and are known for their feisty nature. These attributes are thought to signify a stress-filled life, which is why many Koreans refer to narrow-minded or hot-tempered people as ‘baendeangi.’

 
Incheon(Ganghwa-gun)
Chojijin Fortress was built in 1656 for the purpose of national defense against seashore attacks from foreign enemies. Chojijin Fortress also encompasses the fortifications of Jangjapyeongdon and Seomamdon, which were constructed in 1679. Chojijin was the scene of many hard-fought battles during Byeonginyangyo (the French invasion in 1866), Sinmiyangyo (the American invasion in 1871), and the confrontation with the Japanese warship Unyomaru in 1875. On April 23, 1871, the American navy under the command of Rear Admiral John Rodgers landed on Ganghwado Island, and an American force of 450 soldiers attacked Chojijin Fort, Deokjin Camp, and Gwangseongjin Camp one after another. On August 21, 1875, the artillery of Chojijin engaged a fierce firefight with the Japanese warship Wunyoho. Chojijin Fortress was restored in 1973, and bullet marks still remain on the old pine trees and the fortress walls. The canons used by the military of the Joseon Dynasty are displayed in Chojijin.

 
Incheon(Namdong-gu)
Entas Duty Free opened as Incheon’s representative duty free shop, starting from the Incheon Port Brand in July 2014. The duty free shop offers shopping, culture, and food at one spot to serve tourists with special services and a convenient duty free shopping environment, opening another branch in Incheon Airport on September 1, 2014. Various promotional events and sales are held throughout the year to give more joy to visitors' shopping time. Description of Products Offered  Watches, jewelry, cosmetics, perfume, fashion items, sunglasses, Korean brands (bags, cosmetics, etc.), alcohol, cigarettes, etc. Operating Hours  10:00-20:00 Closed  N/A (Open all year round) Store Information  15F COSMETICS & PERFUME 14F K-COSMETICS / K-BAGS / LIQUOR & TOBACCO 13F WATCHES & JEWELERY / ACCESSORIES 12F FASHION & SUNGLASSES / JEWELERY 11F K-PRODUCTS  Parking Facilities  Available Available Brands  * Refer to the official website. Restrooms  Available Assistance for Foreigners  Chinese Credit Cards  Accepted Baby Stroller Rental Services  Available

 
Incheon(Jung-gu)
Incheon International Airport is one of the main transport hubs of Northeast Asia. Opened in March 2001, it was built on reclaimed land between Yeongjongdo and Yongyudo Islands. It houses the Korean Culture Museum, Traditional Culture Experience Zone, Traditional Craft Gallery, and Arrival Hall Culture Street, providing domestic and international tourists with opportunities to appreciate the richness of Korean arts and culture.  Airstar Terrace is an elegant lounge, overlooking aircrafts from around the world. The Incheon International Airport has continued to win awards ever since its opening and has been praised for its excellence, down to the last detail, some even commenting on the beauty of the lights at night reflecting on the aircrafts moored in the area.  The airport is consistantly ranked in the top ten airports worldwide and was granted the title ‘Best Airport in the World’ by Global Traveler for four consecutive years. It is the second busiest airport in the world in terms of cargo and freight and one of the busiest airports in terms of international passengers. Telephone  +82-1577-2600 Credit Cards  Accepted Convenience Facilities  [Guide·Service] Tourist information Airline service Public service [Finance·Network] Bank / Money exchange Travel insurance Battery charging and roaming service of cellular phone [Internet·Business] Internet cafe Business center Copy / Fax service [Rest·Medical] Business lounge Sauna Smoking room Hospital / Pharmacy [Life·Beauty] Prayer room Parcel service / Postal service Laundry / Car wash Hair shop [Shopping·Restaurant] Duty Free Shop Restaurant / Cafe [Leisure·Experience] Skating Movie theater Cultural experience hall Restrooms  Available  

 
Incheon(Yeonsu-gu)
'Central Park' is a seaside park built within Songdo International City, a green paradise found among the crowded skyscrapers in the city. Visitors can enjoy a water taxi ride on the man-made waterway, take a stroll at the walking promenades or various themed meadows around.

 
Incheon(Jung-gu)
Incheon's Chinatown came into being with the opening of Incheon Port in 1883 and Incheon's designation as an extraterritoriality of the Ching Dynasty in the following year. In the past, the area held many stores trading goods imported from China, but currently most Chinese businesses in the area are restaurants. Today, the residents of Chinatown are mostly 2nd or 3rd generation Chinese, descendents of the early Chinese settlers. While the traditional culture of the first generation has been fully preserved, the area still harbors many of the flavors of China. Telephone  +82-32-810-2851~3 Parking Facilities  Available Admission Fees  Free Restrooms  Available in Incheon Station & within restaurants Pets  Permitted (Not allowed into shops and restaurants) ​