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Incheon is the third most important city in South Korea after Seoul and Busan. Initially a small fishing village, Incheon has turned into a large industrial and financial center with active cultural life and well-developed tourism. The modern city has multiple skyscrapers and futuristic buildings. Despite this, the country’s government respects and takes steps to save the nation’s ancient traditions. That is why there is a historical district in the center of Incheon. This is the place where tourists can see the traditional Korean architecture of the past. There are picturesque parks nearby. Moreover, tourists can try Korean national dishes and try on the traditional clothes of the region. Incheon is a very old city – it was mentioned for the first time in 475. At that time, the settlement had another name – Michuhol. This was mostly home to fishermen and their families, and fish was the main food of these people. The local government officially changed the city’s name from Michuhol to Incheon in 1413. Since that time, October 15 has been the official birthday of Incheon. Despite this, the Korean settlement officially became a city only on January 1, 1883, when it was decided to merge several settlements into one city. The first port opened in Chemulpo Bay. Starting from that period, Korea began foreign trade with other countries. The population of Incheon started growing rapidly because many merchant families from Japan, Russia, and the United … Read further

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Tourists interested in the Russo-Japanese war history should not forget to visit a monument dedicated to the Russian Varyag ship. It is installed in the city’s port. The monument was erected in 2004, a century after the famous battle. The monument is a large stone with a bronze sailor hat placed upon it. This monument reminds of the famous battle where Russian soldiers showed their courage, battled the … Open

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In Seoul downtown, there is a small stream called Cheonggyecheon. The stream was flowing in a large concrete pipe for most of the 20th century. In 2003, the pipe was removed, the stream was cleaned, and the surrounding area was redesigned into a beautiful green place. Today, this is a popular park great for strolling, a green oasis in the middle of the concrete jungle. This attraction is popular with both Koreans and foreign guests. People come to relax near the water stream and listen to the wind in the grass and trees. … Open

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