|Wolmi Traditional Park (월미공원)|
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|Surrounded by the sea and mountains, the area now known as Wolmi Traditional Park was redeveloped by the city of Incheon as a community space in September 2001. The area had previously been used by the Ministry of National Defense to house military barracks for over 50 years.
City officials recognized the land’s history and well-preserved, natural environment and transformed Wolmi Traditional Park into an ecological and historical domain accessible to all. The space was further organized into areas like the Traditional Garden Section, which is home to a variety of gardens patterned after those of the past: Yangjindang (representing a typical Bukchon house where aristocratic families lived), Soswaewon (a main garden in Korea), Buyongji (replicating a pond in Changdeokgung Palace's Huwon), and Eryeonji (replicating a pond in Changdeokgung Palace's Huwon). These carefully-planned sections that preserve the area’s natural beauty have won the park a spot in the hearts of visitors everywhere. A glass observatory on top of Wolmi Mountain is open to the public free of charge and grants visitors a spectacular view of Incheon International Airport and Incheon Port.
The park is located at the three-way intersection of Wolmi Park Parking Lot and Wolmi Park near Incheon Station (Seoul Subway Line 1).
Wolmi Traditional Park is located to the left of Wolmi Park. Visitors can also see the back gate of Wolmi Traditional Park (Yangjindang section) by walking toward Wolmido Cultural Street from the three-way intersection.
|March-October: 05:00-23:00 (Last admission 22:00)
November-February: 05:00-22:00 (Last admission 21:00)
Incheon Station (Seoul Subway Line 1), Exit 1
- Take bus 15, 23 or 45 and get off at Sunchang Corporation bus stop.
- The garden is ahead on the left.