Highlight

This tour goes to this historical landing beaches and battle sites, and also war museum and parts of metropolitan Incheon city.
Tour starts from the downtown Seoul and transfer to Incheon in a comfortable vehicle to visit the now beautiful beaches (Operation Code : Red Beach and Green Beach), where the Allied UN Forces bravely landed against bullets and artillery fires from N Korean army who occupied Incheon.  And then you visit Statue of General Douglas MacArthur and Memorial of Incheon Landing among others.
Then, you will drive along so the beautiful seacoast looking down the sea where landing operation fleets fired.  We trust this visit makes you go back to Korean War and feel as if you witness how landing operation was executed and how big it was at real site.
On route, you will drop by exotic Incheon China Town, the oldest one in Korea, to enjoy their local Chinese food for lunch.  Incheon is located closer to China geographically across Yellow Sea and so many Chinese settled down there from a long time ago.
Then we will drive you along the most beautiful resort beach at Isle Wolmi, which is locally called Santo Monica of Korea.  Here you could see and smell the landing beaches just next to you.  Here are so popular local food boutiques along the coast and you could enjoy some seafood and others before you start driving back to Seoul.

What You can expect

At Landing Museum, you could have a display of light and heavy weaponries used at that operation, scene picture, replica and the way soldiers landing, in addition to the all history telling on the landing operation.

At the beautiful hillside, statue of General Douglas MacArthur still stood gently looking down the sea of Incheon and its stature was embodied in the park which is the first western style park as built in 1888.  You will enjoy strolling here for a while in the beautiful surroundings thinking back on the soldiers and war in 1950 at the footstep of world most historical war site.

China participated in Korean War to back up North Korea as an enemy of the Allies Forces, but Inchon China Town has now become a melting pot where many different cultures, not only Chinese but many other Asian people, living peacefully together.  Please try Korean China Town and their unique foods.

You will step on the Red Beach and Green Beach near Isle Wolmi where the Allied Forces actually landed at that time.  These beaches have been well preserved as history sites.  Here,  you will see through the mind window the those soldiers who were landing amid fierce resistant fires of N Korean army.  You will feel here about great sacrifice and brave fight against the Communist invasion.

Isle Wolmi is one of the popular and romantic destination among the couples in love.  Please have a brief walking along this route as well as touch the landing beach sand.  Wolmi is beautiful as much as it is being called as Santo Monica of Korea.

Itinerary

Pick up from Hotel (08:00h)
Memorial of Incheon Landing Operation (10:00~11:00h)
Statue of General Douglas MacArthur (11:45~12:30h)
Lunch at Incheon China Town (12:30~14:00h)
Landing Beaches (Red Beach and Greed Beach) (14:00~14:30h)
Free Strolling along landing beach at Isle Wolmi (14:30~15:30)
Drop off back in hotel (17:00h)

Details

Inclusions;
All entrance fees
Private Guide (Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)
Private Vehicle Transportation
Private Pick-up and Drop-off to and from hotel
Lunch
Local English-speaking guide

Exclusions;
Food and drinks, unless specified
Gratuities (optional)

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