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  • April

  • Travel to Korea is BACK!

    Travel to Korea is BACK!
    (Vaccinated visitors to Korea exempt from quarantine starting April 1)

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  • Incheon X Singapore

    Incheon X Singapore
    (ITO held a webinar for Singaporean partners.)

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  • Incheon X Japan
    (ITO held an event for attracting tourists from Japan.)

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  • Incheon's TOP 5 MUST-VISIT ISLANDS in Spring

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Travel to Korea is BACK!

Starting from April 1, visitors to Korea who have completed their COVID-19 vaccinations will be exempt from mandatory quarantine.
Ministry of the Interior and Safety announced the exemptions will be expanded to include overseas vaccinations that have not registered for vaccination status in Korea as well.
Quarantine exemption will be available for those who have completed their third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine or received two doses (one dose for Janssen) at least 14 days prior but within 180 days. However, this does not apply to vaccinated visitors from Pakistan, Uzbekistan, Ukraine, and Myanmar, and must quarantine for seven days.
Overseas visitors must enter their vaccine records to Q-CODE prior to arriving in Korea and scan the provided QR code upon immigration. Q-CODE will require personal information (passport number), entry information (departure country, airline, address in Korea, phone number), and vaccine records.
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Incheon X Singapore

Incheon X Singapore
Incheon Tourism Organization (ITO) held a webinar to establish strategic ties with Singaporean partners in order to revitalize the inbound travel and tourism industry of Incheon, and to share ideas for mutual benefits.
9 organizations from Singapore were exclusively invited to the webinar, including KTO Singapore office, 7 local travel agents, and KLOOK - a world-leading travel activities and services booking platform.
ITO arranged time for them to share insights on Incheon tourism and informed them of its financial subsidy program for tour package development & joint-promotion.
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Incheon X Japan

Incheon X Japan
On March 26, Incheon Tourism Organization (ITO) held an event on the first floor of MBS, a radio and television broadcasting company headquartered in Osaka, Japan, for promoting Incheon's attractions.
Yoohyang, a Japanese influencer and model, introduced Incheon's attractions where tourists can travel by metro and local restaurants & cafes where Japanese tourists will love to go.
Many influences, journalists, and broadcasters in Japan joined the event, and ITO distributed "Incheon Train Travel Guide Book" that includes Incheon travel information free of charge.
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Incheon's TOP 5 MUST-VISIT ISLANDS in Spring

The island of Soyado The island of Soyado

1) The island of Soyado is a mystical island where you can witness the miracle of Moses for yourself! It is an island that is not yet popularized, boasting a clean and pure natural environment. It is popular for campers who prefer a calm camping site.

Jangbongdo Island Jangbongdo Island’s cherry blossom roads

2) Jangbongdo Island’s cherry blossom roads fill with cherry blossoms every spring and are known to be one of the best places to go driving in the spring. The blossoms bloom a little later than other regions, so if you missed the chance to see blossoms elsewhere, head over to Jangbongdo Island in Incheon!

Baengnyeongdo Island Baengnyeongdo Island

3) Baengnyeongdo Island, billowing with colors in spring, is an island at the very north of Korea. You can enjoy the infinite sea of Yuchae flowers and tulips end.

Soijakdo Island Soijakdo Island

4) Soijakdo Island is small but has many things to enjoy. Have a cup of coffee facing the wide open sea, take a picture at the photo spot on a seaside road, go fishing and clam hunting, and trek across Gaetti-gil road. Time will fly the entire day!

Muuido Island Muuido Island

5) Muuido Island, where you can reach by bridge without taking a boat, offers an ocean expedition road. Enjoy the beautiful scenery of the sea and Muuido Island!

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Incheon Specialist

Incheon Specialist

Incheon Specialist Program was created for the members of Incheon & Partners. It consists of 6 lessons including a video clip and PDF file per lesson. As of today, 7 people from 6 partner agencies successfully completed the course. The online course provides information about diverse Incheon's attractions and facilities and it helps our partners to understand Incheon and develop new tour packages. Here are recommendations from 4 Incheon Specialists.

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Incheon X Thailand

Songdo Central Park Songdo Central Park

From April 28 to 29, the Incheon Fam Tour was held in collaboration with local partners and travel agencies in Thailand. As the first signal to announce the resumption of international tourism in Incheon, about 20 representatives of local travel agencies from Thailand entered Korea through Incheon International Airport, and toured around the Open port area, Ganghwado Island, and Songdo International City. During the tour, ITO and the representatives had time to build a strategic partnership for the development of Incheon tourism. ITO will maintain a mutual cooperation system with them to attract Thai tourists by developing Incheon tour courses and products and strengthening the partnership.

Joyangbangjik Cafe Joyangbangjik Cafe
Jeondeungsa Temple Jeondeungsa Temple
Ganghwa Luge Ganghwa Luge
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Incheon Friendship Week

Incheon Friendship Week

ITO invites foreign tourists and residents to “Incheon Friendship Week”! They can experience Incheon's paid attractions with 50% off during their national holidays. The first event ITO prepares for them was held from April 13 to April 24, including the period of "Songkran", a well-known Thai festival. The other national friendship weeks will be held from June to October of this year.

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Incheon FAM Tour for International Students

Incheon FAM Tour

Incheon Fam Tour is ongoing with international students from the universities in Incheon. Students are expected to visit Incheon's attractions, including Ganghwa Island, Yeongjong Island, and Songdo, and join unique activities, which can only be experienced in Incheon, such as riding the Ganghwa luge (the longest course in Korea) and touring a Korean traditional liquor (rice wine) brewery. They also experience Incheon's rich history and culture by wearing the costume of the 19th century, the enlightenment period of the Incheon Open Port. The students are expected to share their unforgettable experiences and memories with their family and friends through their social media.