Incheon is one of the oldest township of South Korea has become popular over the years primarily as a port-city. The port has been established in 1983, and since then the outstation transaction has become frequent in Incheon. Today the metropolis has near about 2.5 million of total population, which has leaded the Government to development various organizations and corporate bodies in this area to create employment opportunities and improve economic growth of the city at one hand on the other The Korean Government aims to make this city as one of the leading business hub of the country in near future.
Getting into Incheon
Incheon is one of the primary air-hub of the country which operates both domestic and international flights. The Airport in Incheon is called 'Incheon International Airport'.
As Incheon is a harbor city thus waters transportation is a vital mode of communication of this area. The international Passenger Terminal offers ferry services to following destinations from Incheon,
- To the Suburb Island from Incheon
- To the Jeju Island
- To some major Chinese cities, such as Weihai, Dalian, Tianjin and Qingdao
Sightseeing of Incheon includes,