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Near to Seoul and airport, beautiful coastal scenery
There is nothing to do on the island itself.. You're better off going to the mainland and Seoul to see places..
In a nutshell
Incheon is an extension of Seoul with it being the main sea and airport.
Woodstaock is an institution among the expat community in Incheon. It is a small place with great decor and staff. It is situated right in the heart of Central Bupyeong and is the perfect place to relax and watch the world go by. It is a western bar so it's a case of going up to the bar and getting a pint. In the summer you can sit out in the treet, in the winer you can hold up inside and keep warm. Great beer, great people, great place.
Dress Code: whatever the weather permits
Written Dec 16, 2009
Address: Central Bupyeong
It is important to note that there are two airports in the Seoul region, namely Incheon International Airport and Gimpo Airport (just like Narita Airport and Haneda Airport in the Tokyo area of Japan).
International flights are normally at Incheon International Airport (except for some flights to Japan, I was told). Gimpo Airport is mainly for domestic flights within South Korea and is located on the mainland nearer to Seoul (in fact you can see Gimpo Airport from afar when you travel from Seoul to Incheon International Airport).
There is an expressway linking the two airports and also an airport bus which travel between the two airports. Important thing to check is which airport is your flight.
Updated Oct 23, 2007
Gyeangsan is the highest point in Incheon, but at 1,300 feet its no mount Everest. It is however a beautiful place which should not be missed. The walk takes about 1 hour 30 minutes and is a little challenging towards to summit. On a clear day you can see the whole of the City, into Seoul proper and right out to sea. There is an ancient fort from the Joellsa dynasty on the way up and it makes a great way to spend a morning. It is busy at weekends so try to go midweek if at all possible.
Take the Incheon Subway towards Gyeang and get off at Gyesan station. The mountain's trail starts across the road from the station, you can't miss it. There are restaurants nearby to fill up on energy after your hike.
Written Dec 16, 2009