|Incheon China Town (인천 차이나타운)|
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|Incheon's Chinatown area came into being with the opening of the Incheon Port in 1883 and Incheon's designation as an extraterritoriality of the Ching Dynasty. In the past, the area held many stores trading goods imported from China, but most Chinese businesses are now restaurants.
Today, the Chinese residents of Chinatown are mostly 2nd or 3rd generations of early Chinese settlers. While not all traditional cultures of the first generation have been preserved, the area still harbors many of the flavors of China.
- China Town public parking lot (193 parking spaces)
- Community Center
- Jung-gu Office (250 parking spaces)
- Korea-China Cultural Center
- Daebul Hotel
- Jayu Park
* Car-Free Day
Route: China Town 1-gil (Gonghwachun<-> Taechang Chinese Restaurant)
Schedule: Every Saturday & Sunday / 10:00-18:00
|Facilities for the Handicapped|
|- Separate restrooms (Korea-China Cultural Center and Art Platform)
- Designated parking spaces (China Town public parking lot)
|Baby Stroller Rentals|
Incheon Station (Seoul Subway Line 1).
Incheon China Town is located within 3-minutes' walking distance of the station.