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Chinatown, Incheon

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Take a stroll through the knotted streets of Chinatown, retaining the atmosphere of the late 19th-century. Founded in 1884 after the opening of the port led to increased Chinese settlement here, the district still has the look and feel of a Chinese town, even though its heyday of a 10,000-strong population has long since passed. Shops selling Chinese folk art, trinkets, and produce line the little streets, while the restaurants serve distinctly Chinese dishes, including local favorite jajang-myeon--noodles with fried soybean paste. Arrange to visit Chinatown and other attractions in Incheon using our Incheon road trip planner.
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  • Go to Chinatown, sweet and sour with two bottles, we have to eat a pretzel Hong. Of course the idea of eating the right things the main things I'd love to weather the cold also downed a lot of people really do please note, parking is free parking in the immediate vicinity, so it's a short walk and free parking available. ^^ I'm free parking and some have been eating heartily, and walk away. It's got even in Eady. blah blah
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  • In the late 19th century, many of the opening of the Chinese shipbuilding GM heard in these restaurants, including many shops opened and Chinese society is made. However, after liberation, for the present the domestic Chinese policies since the establishment of the people's Republic of China, while many challenges, such as occurs in Chinese as their great strength, prevent had established diplomatic relations with China since 1992 back to fit a new era. Now the Koreans have been squeezed--although the Chinese food culture in this country, as they are just a few of the scenes and also you cannot overlook points that affected, this seemed to reflect the many restaurants in this encounter with a row of long waiters. However, be sure not to dwell on the food in various parts of the old buildings and the People's Republic of China cultural symbols also essential pleasure of seeing the place, I hav heard of arise throughout many Chinese (especially Korean) there is no other traditional places and elsewhere that will be able to put more meaning.
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  • It's also great for taking pictures in the People's Republic of China alone houses a real lot! People's Republic of China House well see heh and wood-burning buns, which really hit the jackpot so delicious! Blackmail bread too!
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Where to stay in Incheon

The accommodations of Icheon sit in pockets throughout the main urban area. The older, more populated city center, just south of the Juan train station, has a wealth of long-established hotels, plus some budget and upmarket options and a few hostels. The port area to the west also has some hotels and hostels, catering to travelers of different styles and budgets, and with close proximity to key points of interest. For skyscraper luxury, check out Songdo-Dong district in the south.
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