Enjoy a luxurious and rich indoor date at Songdo Triple Street or Paradise City. It can always be recommended as you can enjoy shopping, dining and entertainment all in one place here. You cannot miss out on places that can only be found in Incheon, such as Chinatown and the Incheon Open Port Museum. If you are with someone you love, it is satisfying to have a space where you can just walk together while enjoying the beautiful scenery like Gwangseongbo or Solchan Park. If you are a couple who likes delicious food, don't miss Sinpo Market.

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    Songdo Central Park

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    Songdo Central Park is located in the center of Songdo International City, Yeonsu-gu and is famous for its exotic landscape and beautiful night view. It also has a 1.8-km waterway where you can enjoy activities such as canoeing, kayaking and boating. The park has stroll gardens, sculpture gardens, and terrace gardens with well-prepared trails and bicycle paths and contains great sculptures and photo zones for its visitors.

    Sit at the sunset café observatory or on a park bench to enjoy the night view. Skyscrapers, the waterway, dark skies, and airplanes in the sky create memorable scenes. The Free Observation Deck on the 33rd floor of G-Tower offers a panoramic view across the park of the West Sea and Incheon Bridge.

    Location: 196 Technopark-ro, Songdo-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, South Korea

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    Paradise City

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    Inside the gigantic Paradise Hotel is a fantastic theme park called Wonderbox. If you stay in Paradise City, you can enjoy both the theme park and the amenities of the hotel. The extremity of the rides is mostly kept at a level aimed at children, but since they are circus-themed, some give off a bit of a spooky and dark atmosphere, especially if you’re afraid of clowns. If you want to see the wonderful night view of Paradise City and fully enjoy all the facilities, it's recommended to stay at the hotel.

    Location: 186, Yeongjonghaeannam-ro 321beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea

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    Gwangseongbo

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    Gwangseongbo, which was installed to protect the coast during the reign of King Hyojong, is also an educational attraction that is intertwined with historical events such as Sinmiyangyo (American Disturbance of 1871). It's now become a promenade with such a great atmosphere that you cannot believe it was once a military facility. There are low wooden benches and picnic benches everywhere, so you can enjoy a light lunch outside. As this attraction doesn’t get very busy, you can enjoy a quiet, peaceful walk, and the admission fee is cheap. If you like walking, you should definitely pay a visit.

    Location: 833, Deokseong-ri, Bureun-myeon, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon, South Korea

    Open: Daily from 9am to 6pm, to 5pm in winter

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    Solchan Park

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    Solchan Park, which was created by renovating the site that was used for production of Incheon Bridge, faces the sea, and is famous as a space where you can heal and unwind while watching the beautiful sunset of the West Sea. In the park, there is a unique building called Songdo Art Culture Platform, which is open 24/7 and consists of cafes and restaurants as well as various cultural spaces. Be sure to visit this hidden spot in Incheon, loved by local residents.

    Location: 20, Convensia-daero 391beon-gil, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, South Korea

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    Songdo Hanok Village

    Experience a taste of yesteryear in the heart of Incheon

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    Songdo Hanok Village is a quaint, traditional Korean village in the heart of Songdo International Business District. The age-old architecture stands in stark contrast to the ultra-modern skyscrapers that comprise most of the district, making it a great place to escape the bustle of city life.

    The largest building in the Songdo Hanok Village is the 5-star Gyeongwonjae Ambassador Hotel. You can also find various cafes and restaurants in this village. Although not as expansive as other traditional Korean villages, the Songdo Hanok Village manages to distill the beauty of South Korea into a place where time stands still.

    Location: Songdo-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, South Korea

    Phone: +82 (0)32-453-7872

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    Dap-dong Catholic Church

    A historic Incheon landmark serving the community for over a century

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    The Dap-dong Catholic Church, built in 1897 with the help of French missionaries, is the first of its kind in South Korea. French Catholic bishops chose this site as it was considered the gateway to Seoul, which made it beneficial for foreign trade.

    The design of the cathedral evolved throughout the early 1900s from semi-Gothic to Romanesque. The exterior is clad in red bricks, while an octagonal star on the cathedral tower is said to represent a compass of true life for all who choose to follow it. The cathedral grounds have been the site of many protests, particularly during the late 1980s and the rise of the democratisation movement. You can join a walking tour to discover more about this historic Incheon attraction.

    Location: 2 Uhyeon-ro 50beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea

    Open: Monday–Friday from 9 am to 5.30 pm (closed on weekends)

    Phone: +82 (0)32-762-7613

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    Cheongna Lake Park

    Find your peace at this urban sanctuary

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    Cheongna Lake Park is an urban oasis, with facilities for fitness enthusiasts, outdoor lovers, and those who just want some solitude. A 4-km promenade connects different zones around the lake. It has a fountain show that lights up the night, while tree-lined bike paths are great for leisurely rides.

    The sculptures around Cheongna Lake Park are another huge draw for this sprawling eco-park. A must-see is a gem-shaped monument that represents 7 important islands along South Korea’s west coast. Avid K-drama viewers might recognize Cheongna Lake Park from the popular series Goblin: The Lonely and Great God (2016).

    Location: 131 Crystal-ro, Seo-gu, Incheon, South Korea

    Phone: +82 (0)32-715-6430

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    Songdo Triple Street

    Songdo Triple Street, which has a large space decorated with unique and distinctive interiors to make walking more fun, is a good place to enjoy shopping and dating as it is connected to a shopping mall. At night, bright colors and dazzling lights create a romantic atmosphere. There are many things to enjoy, like an indoor zoo and waterpark, as well as restaurants and cafes that are famous for tasty foods, so there is no time to be bored. It is even more popular because you can go on a date regardless of the weather.

    Location: 33-3, Songdo Gwahak-ro 16beon-gil, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, South Korea

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    Chinatown

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    Incheon's Chinatown is not only a place to eat delicious Chinese food, but also a traditional street that preserves history. Hanjungwon in Chinatown is a resting place with the theme of the Zhuo Zheng Yuan and Liu Yuan Garden, two of the four largest gardens in China. You can feel the atmosphere of China as it is decorated with traditional Chinese trees. After passing Hanjungwon, you can find Haean Cathedral built in 1960, and if you go a little further, you will find the Jajangmyeon Museum. At the black-and-white photo studio, you can also take pictures wearing the traditional Chinese dress, qipao.

    Location: 12, Chinatown-ro 59beon-gil, Jung-gu, Incheon, South Korea

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    Art Center Incheon

    A modern art space designed to delight concertgoers

    Art Center Incheon is a futuristic concert hall in the International Business District. It overlooks the ocean on the north-western end of Songdo Central Park. With a mesmerizing interior that spans 7 floors above ground, this colossal landmark can accommodate more than 1,700 concertgoers. Subtle design touches include curved walls and tailor-made seat materials to provide better acoustics.

    The Incheon Art Center is one of the largest concert halls in South Korea, making it the premier concert destination for classical performances. The building’s exterior is said to have been inspired by the hand of a concert maestro, with luminescent panels giving off a warm and inviting glow after sunset.

    Location: 222 Art Center-Daero, Songdo-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, South Korea

    Open: Hours vary by performance

    Phone: +82 (0)32-453-7700

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    G-Tower

    The G-Tower Observatory in the middle of Songdo Central Park should be your main destination if you want to get a full nighttime view of Songdo at a glance. It's in Songdo International Business District (IBD), which has many uniquely designed buildings that are rarely seen elsewhere. The night-time skyline is especially dazzling – looking around at the flowing water, straight roads, and colorful building lights, you just might think that you’ve time-traveled to a city in the future.

    Location: 175 Art Center-daero, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon, South Korea

    Open: Monday–Friday from 10 am to 8 pm, Saturday–Sunday from 10 am to 6 pm

    Phone: +82 (0)32-453-7882

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    Cosmo 40

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    Cosmo 40, a cafe which was remodelled from a factory building that had been left abandoned when Cosmo Chemical Complex relocated, has created a new, modern space while retaining the industrial characteristics of the existing building. Sometimes there are exhibitions and building tour programs. It is an art-friendly place. It is also famous as a great photo spot thanks to its unique, industrial atmosphere. This is a must-see place for everyone who loves photography.

    Location: 9, Janggogae-ro 231beon-gil, Seo-gu, Incheon, South Korea

    Open: Daily from 12pm to 9.30pm

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