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scarlet c
25 contributions
Solo
I though would've something to buy, I mean souvenir. Good very expensive be careful. Place is good to take picture only.
Written July 15, 2017
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Mawi S.
South Korea265 contributions
Family
Chinatown in Incheon is a good destination for the food lover! You can find a lot of restaurants and interesting eateries here. I personally loved the egg tart place in Chinatown.

Transportation: You can just take the Line 1 subway in Seoul Station and then get off at the last station which is Incheon. There's only one exit at Incheon station. Upon exit, you will see Chinatown! :)
Written January 3, 2017
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Zhozho
London, UK1,496 contributions
Friends
This area is mainly about food exploration. You will have the opportunity to taste food that is created by the Chinese immigrants in Korea. It will be something unique, like traditional Korean food but not Korean cuisine. It is very interesting especially for people who knew about Chinese cuisine from China or Taiwan.
Written December 23, 2016
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thelonious22
Seongnam4,374 contributions
Visiting Incheon Chinatown on Lunar New Year’s Day wasn’t the best idea as the area was packed with visitors. Other than the Chinese gate and the high concentration of Chinese restaurants, the area really isn’t much of an attraction. The constant traffic along the narrow streets (can’t understand why anyone would willingly drive through those streets) is just stressful to deal with and the Chinese restaurants sell the same Koreanized menu found at any other Chinese restaurants but at inflated prices.
Written February 15, 2021
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Jake Aller
Alexandria, VA30 contributions
oldest China town restored a few years ago and now is a nice place to walk about. Was run down ghetto before. the JJangmyeung musuem is a must see. Close to Jaju park and Wolmido and close to immigration if you have to spend the day there nice place for a lunch break
Written January 27, 2020
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iche
QC246 contributions
Couples
Nice fairytale land, almost all corners of the street are themed, you can go around the whole area take photos for 2-3hrs.
Written July 8, 2019
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Neighterline L
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Family
you no longer can arrive Chinatown via Incheon Suwbway Train Station, as it has closed. You can't use line one or Singpu line (yellow colored line). You have to start walked around 22 min from Dongincheon subway train station.
Written March 4, 2019
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Justin M
Ansan, South Korea2 contributions
I ate jjajangmyun (black bean noodles) here and it was delicious. Also the jummpong (spicy hot seafood soup) was great too.
Written January 11, 2013
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alionr
Incheon, South Korea20 contributions
Solo
Chinatown in Incheon began as a real Chinese settlement, but has since undergone some cosmetic changes courtesy of the city of Incheon, but it's still home to the children of the original immigrants and holds tight to its home flair. If you take the Incheon line (Seoul Subway Line 1) to the very end, arriving at Incheon station, you'll see Chinatown just as you exit the station. There is a huge Chinese archway, it's unmistakable. It was an interesting place to walk around, but be prepared to walk uphill. If you go up the main road be sure to get some bubble tea from a little cafe on the right side. The staff speaks English and are really friendly. Up the main road you'll come to a T crossing and off the the right are a bunch of little food stands selling baked goods. Try a moon pie! They're delicious little pies with a sweet bean filling. Of course you can do your shopping, but it's not much different than what you find elsewhere in Incheon. Take lots of pictures and head up to Jeyu Park behind Incheon!
Written October 14, 2012
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RustySpe
Williamsburg, VA74 contributions
Family
Incheon's China Town has an interesting history. It is located next to the old port and at the last subway stop. There are lots of restaurants and shops to visit.
Written June 26, 2012
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