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Destinations Incheon

Incheon is a major port city in Korea and is home to Incheon International Airport. Incheon is adjacent to the West Sea, which is dotted with numerous islands and islets that provide many marine tourist assets. It lies in a strategically important position for trade and cultural exchange with sea routes connecting Korea to the rest of the world, especially linking to nearby Chinese cities.

Tourist Sites

  • Mt. Manisan

  • Bomunsa Temple

  • Baengnyeongdo Island

  • Chamseongdan
    Address :
    Incheon > Ganghwa-gun > Hwado-myeon
    Description :
    Located on the northside of Mt. Manisan peak, Chamseongdan Altar is where Dangun (founder of Korea) is said to have offered sacrifices to the heavens. The story of Dangun reads that he made sacrifices over 4,000 years ago, making this treasure an ancient treasure. Chamseongdan was renovated in 1270 under Goryeo Wonjong’s and after being renovated several more times, it has acquired today’s appearance. Chamseongdan is a natural stone 5 meters in height, circular in shape at the bottom and rectangular top. Because it is in the middle of Mt. Baekdusan and Mt. Hallasan, you can see the islands of the West sea and the inland scenery. It is symbolically a very important place. It is said that in the past, the kings of Goguryeo, Baekje, and Silla Kingdoms all offered sacrifices to the heavens here. The ceremony of sacrificing to the heavens continued on until the Joseon Period (1392--1910), and we can see how Korea’s ancestors revered and feared the heavens. Even now, on Gaecheonjeol Day, Koreans offer sacrifices to Dangun here, and for national athletic events, a sacred flame for the games is ignited here. Mt. Manisan is 495.4 meters above sea level, which makes it the highest mountain in Ganghwa, and the whole mountain area became designated as National Tour Site in 1977. Climb to the peak and you can see the entire Gyeonggi area. The path leading up to Chamseongdan especially has a wonderful view of the mountain and the sea, and is a favorite of the climbers.
    Directions :
    From Shinchon (02-324-0611) take a direct bus to Mt. Manisan. Departs 4 times daily (06:10, 08:40, 10:10, 11:30). Or take a regular bus headed to Ganghwa-eup, which comes frequently. Takes about 1 hour and 10 minures. From Ganghwa-eup, you can take the direct bus to Mt. Manisan.
    Information :
    - Hours:
      (Nov.-Feb.) 06:00-17:00 /
      (Mar.-Oct.) 06:00-19:00
    - Inquiries: Mt. Manisan Administration Office,Tel : 032-937-1624 (Kor)
    - Parking Facilities: space available for 500 medium size cars and 30; large cars. No Fee.


  • Ganghwado Island
    Address :
    Gwanghwa-eup, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon-Gwangyeok-si
    Description :
    Ganghwa island is the fifth largest island in Korea and is located in the West Sea. It is composed of 11 inhabited islands and 17 uninhabited islands, and its beaches are 99 km long. Recently with the creation of the Ganghwa bridge, the island has become more like the mainland. Because there were people living on this island from the prehistoric times, there are many ancient artifacts on the island. The most famous of these are the Goindol Rocks, designated as World’s Cultural Treasure. The Goindol graves are where the rulers of the Ganghwa Island in the Bronze Age are buried. There are about 80 of these stone graves around the island. There are also evidences of the Dangunwanggeom, the founding figure of Korea whose life marks the beginning of Korean history. If you walk up the many steps of Chamseongdan in Mani Mountain, you will come to a peak where you can see the West Sea and the inland. This is where Dangunwanggeom is said to have offered sacrificial rites to the heavens. Ganghwa Island has many famous local products, including the medicinally effective Ganghwa Ginseng, Pure-Ganghwa radish with its peculiar taste, and Hwamunseok, which is a mat woven with flower patterns. Hwamunseok is famous also as a representative traditional Korean product, with its intricate handwork and designs.
    Directions :
    Seoul (Shinchon) -> Ganghwa Island: T
    Take the outer-city bus / First bus 05:40 / Last bus 1:30 Every 10 min. / takes 1 hour 30 min
    Information :
    - Ganghwa Island Tourism Development Office :032-933-8011-2(Kor)
    - Tour Information Center: 032-930-3516(Kor), 032-930-3515(Jap)
    - Homepage: (Kor/Eng/Jap/Chi)

  • Ganghwasanseong Fortress
    Address :
    Ilwon, Ganghwa-eup, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon
    Description :
    Ganghwasanseong Fortress was originally a mountain wall made of earth, built during Goryeo King Go-Jong’s 19th year of reign (1232), after he moved to Ganghwa-do. It was built to repel attacks from the Mongols. The inner castle was destroyed when the capital was moved to another place, and at the beginning of the Joseon era (1392-1910) the wall was again rebuilt with mud. It went through many rebuilding process, and finally was rebuilt with stones in the Joseon era. Ganghwasanseong Fortress originally had an interior and exterior walls, but only the interior wall exists today. It has an approximate circumference of 1.2km. The exterior mud wall was approximately 9km in circumference with 8 gates. The huge exterior wall was built along the side of the east channel of Ganghwa, but no longer exists today. Till 1977, the interior wall was rebuilt many times, but the east side of this wall has yet to be reconstructed. There were four main gates to the wall. To the south, Anparu, to the east, Cheomhwaru, to the west, Manghanru, and to the north, Jinsongru, but today, the east gate no longer exists. At the west gate, the historic Yeonmudang still remains. This area was where the soldiers used to train, and was also the place where Korea-Japan Treaty of Peace and Amity was signed in 1876. With its beautiful scenery, Ganghwasanseong Fortress is an ideal place for a brisk walk or refreshing drive.
    Directions :
    Seoul (Shinchon) -> Ganghwa-do: Take intercity bus. First bus 05:40 / last bus 21:30, 10 min. interval, 90 min driving time.
    Ganghwa Terminal -> Ganghwasanseong Fortress: pedestrian walkway 10 min, turn left at the front of Ganghwa-eup Guncheong 3-way street, then go about 20 meters.
    Detailed Information
    Information :
    - inquiries: Tour Information Center: 032-930-3627 (KOR), 032-930-3516 (ENG), 032-930-3525 (CHN)
      Homepage: Ganghwa Guncheong (Kor, Eng, Jap, Chi)

  • Jeondeungsa Temple
    Address :
    635 Onsu-ri, Gilsang-myeon, Gangwha-gun, Incheon
    Description :
    Jeondeungsa Temple is an old temple situated on Mt. Jeongjoksan. Monk Adohwasang of Goguryeo established this temple, and when Queen Jeonhwa during the reign of King Chungryeol (reign 1274-1308) donated a jade lantern to the temple, it was renamed Jeondeungsa Temple. At Jeondeungsa Temple, there are many attractions to see, including the Daeungjeon main building, and the Yaksajeon building. Inside Daeungjeon there is a peculiar statue of an ugly woman with a naked woman under her, and another figure above the pillar. There is a legend concerning the figure. In the past when Daeungjeon was being built, the head carpenter fell in love with a villager working at a drinking establishment. Because he loved her, he gave her all the money he had earned, but she ran away. The carpenter lay sick for a while, then as his revenge, he worked all night to create the sculpture. In contrast, the Yaksajeon building has sculptures which are beautiful. The ceiling is constructed like a well, and around it are many beautiful and colorful sculptures, such as lotus flowers and bicheon. In the temple yard there is a bell from Song China, called Beomjong. Jongdeungsa Temple is not only beautiful inside but outside as well. Especially the sea that you can see from the temple is exquisitely beautiful in the morning and evening. Greeting sunrise at Jeondeungsa Temple is a nationally famous activity. Also nearby is Jukrimdawon Tea House, where you can relax.
    Directions :
    Seoul(Shinchon)-> Ganghwado Island : Take an Intercity Bus (First Bus 05:40, Last bus 21:30 /10 minute intervals/ Travel time: one and half hour)
    Ganghwa-> Jeondeungsa Temple : From Ganghwa Intercity Bus Terminal, take a bus headed for Jeondeungsa Temple and get off the final bus stop.
    Information :
    Inquiries : Jeondeungsa Temple, Tel: 032-937-0125, 0025 (Kor, Eng, Fre)
      Homepage: (Kor)
      Hours: 09:00- 19:00
      Admission Fee :
    * Individual
      Age 20 and over : 1,800 won
      Age 14-19 : 1,300 won
      Age 13 and under : 1,000 won
    * Group
      Age 20 and over : 1,600 won
      Age 14-19 : 1,100 won
      Age 13 and under : 700 won

  • Seokmodo Island
    Address : Incheon > Ganghwa-gun > Samsan-myeon
    Description :
    Seokmodo Island is located at the west end of Ganghwon-do. A beautiful West Sea Island, a drive by the shore, and great scenic views are some of the features of this island. To get into Seokmodo Island you have to take a ferry from Oepo-ri, which takes only 10 minutes, and the seagulls congregating around the sea provide a beautiful sight. When you arrive at Seokmodo Island, there is a bus terminal and a bicycle rental shop. If you are planning to hike around the island, rent the bicycle. You can tour around Seokmodo Island in a bicycle, on a car, or walk along the road. If you want to go to Bomunsa Temple or Minmeoru Beach, ride the bus going towards Bomunsa Temple. If you want to hike or drive, you can visit most places by going along Ilju Road. It will take only 40 minutes by car, and about 2 hours and 30 minutes by bicycle to go around the island. The most interesting site to visit on Seokmodo Island are the Minmeoru Beach and the Momunsa Temple. Minmeoru Beach is the only beach in Seokmodo Island; its shores are elegant and the surrounding scenery is beautiful with a salt farm nearby the beach. Bomunsa Temple is where you can take in a great view of the West Sea and the island, a small and famous Buddhist grotto built inside a natural stone cave. Another famous site lies behind Bomunsa Temple, such as the Nunseop Rock and the Ma-aeseokbuljwa statue.
    Directions :
    Seoul (Shinchon) -> Oepo-ri
    - First bus 05:40 / Last bus 15:00 / departs every hour (on holidays, every 30 min) / takes about 2 hours
    Oepo-ri ->Seokpo-ri Dock First Ferry leaves 07:30 / Last Ferry 18:30 / comes every 20 min / takes 10 min.Schedule changes often, so refer to website for
    Information :
    - Inquiries
    - Homepage (Kor/Eng/Jap/Chi)
    - Bicycle Rental Fee:
      (per hour) : 2,000 won; (per day) : 10,000 won

  • Wolmido Island
    Address : Incheon > Jung-gu > Bukseong-dong
    Description :
    Wolmido Island was an island about 1 km off the Incheon coast, but with the creation of the highway, became part of the mainland. The name Wolmido Island comes from the shape of the island as it resembles the tail of a half moon. Because it is near Seoul and the convenient transportation, many people visit here on the weekend. Many cafes and seafood restaurants are congregated by the West Sea in Wolmido, so you can enjoy the food while viewing the sea. There are about 50 seafood restaurants all in one area, so you can enjoy fresh raw fish dishes. The Culture street starts with the Doodle Pillar, and continues on with the Meeting Square, Arts Square, Performance Square, Good Harvest Square and others. On these squares, spontaneous performances are performed, and the street artists can draw you a sketch on the spot. A not-to-be-missed tourist attraction at Wolmido Island is the Play Hill. It’s not as large as other theme parks in Korea, but the Apollo Disco and the Viking rides here are famous for their first class thrills. The Apollo Disco ride is fun just watching. You can also get on a cruise every hour to look around the island. Cool breeze of the West Sea, and many sea gulls frequent this island.
    Directions :
    - Seoul -> Incheon Station
      Get off at Incheon Station (Seoul Subway Line 1), Exit No. 1
    - Incheon Station -> Wolmido Island
      Take City Bus No.45, No.23, or No.12 and get off at the last stop, the Wolmido bus stop
    Information :
    - Inquirires: Wolmido Tourism Office, Tel: 032-765-4169 (Kor)
    - Ferry Cruise Ticketing: 032-764-1171 (Kor)
      Cosmos Marine Tourism Cruise ( )

  • Yeongjongdo Island
    Address : Incheon > Jung-gu > Unnam-dong
    Description :
    Yeongjongdo Island is located 2.5 km northwest of Wolmido Island, Incheon. Because there are many swallows on the island, it used be called Jayeondo Island as well. Because it is connected now by Yeongjong Bridge to the mainland, it no longer has the proper atmosphere of an island, but since the building of Incheon International Airport, many tourists have been coming here to visit. At the center of the island is Mt. Bakeunsan, and there are highways circling around it. Baekun Mountain is famous for its Yonggungsa temple, where Regent is said to have lived for 10 years, and its mineral mountain water spring. In front of Yonggungsa temple, there is a 1,300 old zelkova tree, adding to the ancient atmosphere of the place. If you walk up to the top of Baekunsan Mountain, you can see Incheon International Airport and its surrounding area. The area has Yeongjong Sky Park and Mt.Baekunsan Gliding Range, so you can enjoy some exciting sports here. At Yeongjong Sky Park, you can learn basic flight skills with light planes, so even beginners can experience flying planes here. The bathhouse near the seashore uses hot spring water, and so the water is very good here. It can accommodate up to 3,000 people, and is a great place to relax after a hard day of traveling.
    Directions :
    Seoul -> Incheon Station,
    Get off at Incheon Station (Seoul Subway Line 1), Exit No. 1
    Incheon Station -> Wolmido Island
    - Take Bus No.45, No.23, or No.12, and get off at the last stop, Wolmido Island bus stop.
      Wolmi Island Port -> Yeongjong Island
      First ferry 05:30 / Last ferry 21:30 / every 30 min.
    Information :
    - Inquiries: Yeongjong Office Tel : 032-746-3000 (Kor)
    - Bicycle Rental Fee: Single, (3 hours) - 3,000 won / Double, (2 hours) - 5,000 won

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  • Paradise Olympus Hotel Casino
    Address :
    3-2 Hang-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon
    Description :
    Paradise Olympus Hotel, which is in a very short distance from Incheon International Airport, is a superior business hotel near the representative places of Incheon, such as Wolmido. It has 175 rooms as well as Korean, Japanese, Chinese and Western restaurants. There is also a coffee lounge, various kinds of banquet rooms and a casino of a Las Vegas atmosphere. Paradise Olympus Casino was built for the purpose of serving foreign guests and a holds numerous amusing events every season. The kinds of games that can be played at this casino club are Roulette, Blackjack, Baccara, Tai-sai, Bigwheel, and Slotmachine.
    Directions :
    - 3 minute walk from Incheon Station of Seoul Subway Line #1
    - Airport Limousine #306 between Incheon International Airport and the hotel runs every 20 minutes.

    Information :
    1. Tel : 032-452-8280 (Kor, Eng, Jap, Chi)
    2. Homepage : (Kor, Eng, Jap, Chn)
    3. Hours : 24 hours
    4. Facilities : Resaurant, sauna, and conference room

  • Songdo Amusement Park Sledding Hills
    Address : 504 Mokryeon-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon
    Description :
    A Songdo Amusement Park Sledding Hills operates all throughout the year as a snow sledding hill in winter and a water sled hill in summer. There are many interesting facilities prepared such as the Damsu Beach, boat harbor, bungalows, and Gani Golf Course, which are all popular during the summer. In the vicinity of Songdo Amusement Park within the base of Mt.Cheongryangsan is a national museum and Incheon Landing Memorial Hall. There are also many fine quality restaurants which attract many visitors.
    Directions :
    Take the National Railroad Line and get off at Dong Incheon Station. Come out the exit to Daegahanseorim and take Bus No.6, No.8, No. 9, No.16, No.64, No.99 .(30 minute bus ride)
    Information :
    1. Facilities : Amusement Park, Nature Education Field, campsite, Beach, Swimming Pool.
    2. Tel : 032-833-6655 (Kor)
    3. Homepage : (Kor)
    4. Open : From the middle of December to the end of February (Slight changes may occur depending on the weather.)(Used as watersleds in September and October)
    5. Hours : 09:00 – 18:00
    6. Closed: None during open season.
    7. Fee : 8,000 won for age 20 and older / 7,000 won for age 14-19 / 5,000 won for age 4-13 / Free for age under 3. (Admission to the amusement park is free of charge)

  • Songdo Shooting gallery
    Address : 550-3 Okryeon-dong, Yeonsu-gu, Incheon (Songdo Amusement Park Rotary)
    Description :
    Songdo Shooting gallery possesses numerous guns which are used only by special agents or by actors in movies such as the 22mm Taurus from Brazil, the Bolt from Germany, and the Luger from the U.S. Anyone 14 or older is permitted, after learning some simple rules on safety, targeting and shooting techniques, and wearing a bulletproof vest and earplugs. Clay shooting is available as well.
    Directions :
    Take the Incheon Subway Line and get off at Dongmak Station -> Then take a short ride in a taxi.
    Information :
    1. Details : Seven targets, target boards, monitoring system, safety system, sound-proof & bullet-proof equipment, latest pistols.
    2. Tel : 032-834-6076 (Kor)
    3. Homepage : (Kor)
    3. Hours : 10:00-22:00
    4. Closed : None
    5. Fees : 15,000 -30,000 won according to the type of gun used (standard 10 bullets)

Cultural Centers

  • CGV Inchon branch
    Address :
    SEE&SEEE Building 4F, 1130 Guwol-dong, Namdong-gu, Seoul
    Description :
    CGV Inchon branch is part of Korea's first Multiplex theater, CGV. It has 14 screens and boasts having the largest number of seats among all Korean theaters. Movies are shown every 15-20 minutes so you can watch movies without waiting for a long time. When buying tickets, you can choose your own seats. The theater seats were built in a stadium structure. No matter how tall the person in front of you is, you will be able to see the screen perfectly. There is a meter of space between all the rows of seats, making it wide and comfortable for the audience. CGV Inchon is also famous for its screens. The magnificent screens take up one whole wall. There are other convenient services provided for the audience. There is an event room where various meetings can take place, and the digital experience hall where you can surf the Internet or watch DVDs. Also note that using the Internet here is free of charge. The building where CGV Inchon is located in is called "SEE & SEEE". The 1st floor is a shopping mall, the 2nd floor has a food court and a game center, and the 3rd floor is an indoor parking lot. The CGV theater is on the 4th floor. Also, there is a cafe, a pool hall, and a large discount store, which will keep you busy before and after the movie.
    Directions :
    At Arts Center Station (Inchon Subway Line) exit 1, walk for 5 minutes in the exit direction.
    Information :
    1. Telephone: 032-237-1400 (Kor)
    2. Homepage: (Kor)
    3. Hours: First Show 09:30 / Last Show 23:30
    4. Open all year
    5. Admission Fee: 7,000 won
    6. Facilities: Ticket Box, Snack bar, Restroom, Cafe.

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Recommended Sites

  • Mt. Manisan
    Address :
    Incheon-si > Ganghwa-gun > Hwado-myeon
    Description :
    Mt. Manisan, at 496.4 meters above sea level, is the highest mountain in Ganghwon-do, and became designated a National Tour Site in 1977. When you climb to the top, you can see the surrounding Gyeonggi area and the West Sea, and because the mountain paths are organized, it is good for hiking. On Mt. Manisan there is Jeongsusa Temple from Goryeo Period, and Chamseongdan at the top of the mountain. Jeongsusa sits on the eastside of the mountain, and if you set in Daewungjeon, you can see a magnificent sunrise that is hard to see in this West Sea region. Near the temple, the forest is thick, and the lotus flower designs on the window are especially beautiful. Chamseongdan is on the westside of the mountain top, and is famous for its surrounding beauty. This was the place where Dangun offered sacrifices to the heavens. Even now on Foundation Day of Korea, we hold ceremonies to Dangun here. The altar is located in the middle of Baekdusan and Mt. Hallasan, and so is an important symbolic spot from where you can see the islands in the West Sea and the outline of the inland scenery. The kings of Goguryeo, Baekje, and Silla have also supposedly come to this spot and offered sacrifices to the heavens. There are two paths to Mt. Manisan, the Yangban Path and the Stairway Path. The Yangban Path has the ideal incline for a pleasant climb. The Stairway Path has steep incline, but once at the top, the view of the mountain and sea is very beautiful and is favored by many climbers.
    Directions :
    From Shinchon Tel : (324-0611), take a direct bus to Mt. Manisan, which runs four times a day (06:10, 08:40, 10:10, 11:30). Or take a bus to Ganhwa-eup, which comes frequently (travel time 1 hr 10 min.). Once in Ganghwa-eup, take the direct bus to Mt. Manisan.
    Information :
    - Admission Fee:
    - Individual:
      (Adults) 1,500 won, (Students) 800 won, (Children) 500 won
      Group(30 people or more):
      (Adults) 1,200 won, (Students) 600 won, (Children) 300 won
    - Parking Fee: Free
    - Inquiries: Mt. Manisan Administration Office, Tel : 032-937-1624 (Kor)


  • Bomunsa Temple
    Address :
    Incheon > Ganghwa-gun > Samsan-myeon > Mae-eum-ri
    Description :
    Bomunsa temple is located on Seokmodo Island. It is said to have been built by Silla Queen SeonDeok in 635. When you enter Bomunsa Temple, the first thing you see is an old Chinese juniper tree that is 600 years old. Behind the tree is a natural cave called Seokgulamja, a small Buddhist cell. Seokgulamja is made from a huge rock, and though the entrance is small, once you enter the inside is quite large. There is also a large millstone beside the temple, and it is about twice the size of regular millstones. It was said to be used by monks for cooking and is designated as a Cultural Monument. A must-see item at Bomunsa Temple is the Ma-aeseokbukjwa Statue and the Nunseop Rock. The Nunseop Rock has the 10 meters high Ma-aeseokbukjwa Statue on it. The West Sea from here is widely known to be quite beautiful. Seokmodo Island where Bomunsa Temple is located is also very famous for its sandy beach, and is often used as a background set for film shoots. The mountains and the sea, island also blend together harmoniously, and the place is especially famous for the beautiful sunrise and seashore.
    Directions :
    (Shinchon) -> Oepo-ri
    First Direct Bus 05:40 / Last bus 15:00 / every 1 hour (on holidays, every 30 min.) / takes about 2 hours travel time.

    Oepo-ri -> Seokpori Dock
    First Ferry 07:30 / Last Ferry 18:30 / every 20 minutes / takes 10 minutes / Ferry schedule often changes, visit the website for latest info.

    Seokpori Dock -> Bomunsa Temple
    Take a bus headed toward Bomunsa Temple / every 30 min. / takes 15 minutes

    Information :
    - Admission Fee:
      (age 20 and older) - 1500 won,
      (age 14-19 ) - 1200won,
      (age 13 or younger) - 800won
    - Parking Fee: small cars 1,500won, large cars 4,500won
    - Inquiries: Bomunsa Temple, Tel : 032-933-8271 (Kor)


  • Baengnyeongdo Island
    Address : Incheon-si > Ongjin-gun > Baekryeong-myeon
    Description :
    Baengnyeongdo Islandis located in the West Sea, and it is named so from a legend which tells of a young man who died of love and numerous white cranes flew in and covered his body. The name means ‘white crane wings’. The places to visit in Baekryeongdo Island are Sagot Beach and Dumunjin Beach. Sagot Beach is famous for its natural landing strip, similar to Italy’s Naples, and the dark cone pine trees along its shoreline are very beautiful. When the water recedes, you can see the white sandbank where cargo planes used to land, and because the sand is so soft, they say the planes leave no tire tracks. The Dumunjin Beach, on the other hand, is famous for its vertical cliffs and Giamgoeseok (strange and fantastic looking rocks). You can see many rocks with interesting names, such as Candle Rock, Brother Rock, Elephant Rock, and others that resemble the shapes they are named after. In addition, Baekryeongdo Island has pristine natural habitats, including a variety of rare plant life. Along the shore of Dumunjin Beach, you can also see the Reunification Observation Tower, from which you can see North Korea. On the beach there are many local houses that rent out fishing boats. If you love fishing, it’s a good idea to try renting one here.
    Directions :
    Seoul -> Dong-Incheon Station Seoul Subway Line 1, Dong-Incheon Station, Exit No.1
    Dong-Incheon Station -> Yeonanyeogaek Terminal Take City Bus No.12, No.14, No.24, No.28, No.33, No.36, or No.64. Get off at Yeonanyeogaek Terminal
    Yeonanyeogaek Terminal -> Baekryeongdo Island Ferries at 07:10 and 07:40 / takes 4 hours and 30 minutes
    Baekryeongdo Island -> Yeonanyeogaek Terminal Ferries at 12:10 and 12:40 / takes 4 hours and 30 minutes

    Information :
    - Inquiries: Ongjin-gun Baekryeong-myeon Office
      Tel: 032-836-1771 (Kor)

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