Incheon, South Korea’s third-largest city, may be known for its colorful Chinatown and close proximity to amazing Wolmido Island, but its port is also well known for bottom-line fishing and amazing fish markets.
If you’re looking for a nice day trip or craving some Chinese food, Incheon’s colorful Chinatown is the place to go. Centered in an old port area, the district is full of red and gold buildings nestled on a steep slope with lots of narrow streets to explore.
It was a terrible spot. One in which the fortunes of warfare and skill would be needed for it to be successful. On September 15, 1950, the UN effort to eject the military forces of the communist north from the south was still not going well.
The time has never been more right for a snack, or two. Accessing your standard go-tos from back home is sometimes not possible. Besides, living overseas gives you a great opportunity to broaden your snack routine.