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happy new year Vter's, i will be in incheon with my 2 daughters, i have been reading reviews and i need second opinion if that review was true that instead of going to other places in korea being in incheon is enough because you can see almost and experience things in other places the same just being in incheon and the chinatown is just in this place for shopping cheap goods. actually we want to experience winter ski since we don't have snow in trhe phils., where can we stay a budget hotel that is near to the different tourist places around since we only have 4 days to explore the area. our trip will be on the 22nd and depart incheon on the 26th. need your help, thanks....
I need help with driving direction to Ceramic Village, Ich'on and also interested in tour information to this area.
Although I am going to be taking the ferry in the direction Tianjin - Incheon, I am asking this question in the Korean forum because the website (www.jinchon.co.kr) is in Korean.
Is there any way to book tickets online? How does one go about this?
Thank you in advance,
Is the Inchon airport post office accessible to transit passengers?
I am travelling in south korea in dec and jan for 6 weeks. I am a esol teacher and teach privately to koreans in my hometown. How can I go about setting up some private teaching work while I am in Korea, maybe for the 6 weeks or for a week at at time in different cities? I am prepared to travel all over the south. Thank you anna
Hi All, My trip to Italy inludes a stop over in Inch'on on the way back (to Sydney) and I'm thinking about spending a few days here. I'm sorry if I come across ignorant but I know very little about the city / country. And it appears no one I have asked has been to South Korea. My main priority is shopping (business suites, shoes, bags, clothes! =))) I'm from Australia and everyone seems to shop at Singapore and Hong Kong. I've never been there myself and I'm not sure what Korea is like in comparision to these countries. Is it more expensive? Do they speak english? Where should I shop? etc- My other option is to by pass Inch'on and go to Singapore and shop there instead. But I will have to pay an extra AUD$450 to go to Singapore. I'm not sure if its worth the extra money. Any recommends / thoughts would really help. Thanks =)
Hi: It looks like I'm going to have a long stop-over at Inchon (6 hours +) and I really want to get out into Seoul or the Inchon area. Who easy is transportation and returning to the airport in time? What should I see with such limited time? Is the departure tax 17000 Won, and can I pay it in US$? ALSO, are there any stop-over tour operaters that will handle everything, or do some kind of a city tour for extended stop-overs? Thanks!!
Hi all, i would like to know how to get around in Kanghwa island. I hope to visit the place where they shot the movie "il mare" and I would like to know how to get to that location. Thanks!