130 years have passed since Korea opened its ports to the world.
Join Arirang TV’s “Bon Voyage” on a 24-hour trip to the port city of Incheon.
- Begin the day at Incheon Station, the birthplace of Korea’s railroad network, and stop by the Sorae Fish Market.
- Stop by Changyeong Elementary School, Incheon’s first elementary school and the starting point of the March 1 Movement in Incheon. From there, visit Chinatown, Sinpo Market and the Street of Modern History and Culture, where one can see 130 years of history in one glance.
- Catch the sight of Wolmi Island, which used to be connected to the mainland until 1906 and was a place for those who were quick to adopt Western aspects. Learn about the first emigrants who left in 1902 by visiting the Museum of Korean Emigration History.
- See the future of Incheon through the Incheon Free Economic Zone.
- Conclude the day with a stop by the Vessel Traffic Services Center, which ensures safety of all incoming and outgoing ships.