Winners Tourist Hotel Incheon

891 Eulwang-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea
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Is it the same?

by sumyar


I'm gettimg mixed up with Ichon-si and Incheon, is it the same place?
Going there for business, but it seems to be unpopular among tourist..

RE: Is it the same?

by Vita500

Yeah, it's the same thing. "si" means city in Korean and the spelling can be different depending on whether you use the old or new romanization system (just like Busan vs Pusan, Gangnam vs Kangnam, Incheon vs Inchon, etc.).

Incheon is one of the biggest cities in Korea and also close to the airport (hence Incheon Airport) but except for the harbour, port and a couple of parks it really is rather residential and thus unpopular. Just fyi, from Incheon airport it takes at least an hour to get to Seoul. From Incheon city, there is a direct subway connection that brings you to Seoul within 30 minutes.


RE: RE: Is it the same?

by olddude blew it this time. There is an Ichon-si and an Incheon so they are not the same. Ichon is just east of Suwon in Kyonggido Province about half way to Wonju and there is nothing out there (I know as I lived in Pyongtaek). People have even posted about it on VT. I admit I had to look twice when the poster said it, but many people confuse them. If the poster would give me the address I could clear up the confusion.

RE: RE: Is it the same?

by Vita500

Well, nobody is perfect. I have to admit that I didn't realize the missing "n" until now. Guess I better get some reading glasses...

Thanks Al... what would we do without you!

Travel Tips for Incheon

Incheon - The City By the Sea

by kranstonakov

Incheon to many is merely a suburb of nearby Seoul, however, scratch the surface and Incheon actually offers the visitor an awful lot, away from the madness of one of the planet's biggest and busiest cities.

Incheon is typically Korean, surrounded by pine tree foresets and mountains, with anew-city type vibe. There is undoubtedly not much in the way of architecture to marel at, but this is the REAL Korea you have come to.

Bupyeong, on both the Seoul and Incheon subway lines makes for a great starting point, with cheaper and competitive shopping available in the huge underground shopping mall, and an abundance of restaurants, bars and entertainment.

Venture further down to the coast and walk up to the observation tower in beautiful Wolmido, a short 20 minute subway ride from Bupyeong. Jayu park is also worth a visit in Incheon, as is Central Park, just a short distance away.

Wander around the huge and bustling port at Incheon harbour, the small traditional fishing boats share the West Sea waters with heavy industry and commercial vessels.

Once at the port you are at the gateway to the West sea islands, a gorgeous array of volcanic islands dotted up to towards North Korea and travel the entire length of the West coast to Mokp'o... Muui-Do is perfect for a day trip, where Islands such as Deokjeok-Do ar perfect weekend trips, with small hotels and camping available. Out at the islands you can take in some relaxing hiking, fishing is also fun, or, if your just lokking for a break from Seoul and the city life, just lie on the beach at Seopari and sip on an ice cold bottle of Cass....


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