Welcome to the Incheon
Making this PPT is Han Jae Jin,
Choi Min Sung, Park Ui Chen, Nam
Teak Chan, Son Min Gyu, Lee mina,
Jung sea bin, Chui Su Bin
Incheon, with its population of 260 million, is the third largest city in Korea.
Incheon has been steadily being developed as an outer harbour of Seoul.
However, it is believed that it will no longer be staying to play the role of only
outer harbour of Seoul but it sure will play a role as the Heart of Korea.
Incheon is now being developed with an amazing speed.
Incheon is now ready to reborn as "Incheon of the World" through the Free
Economic Zone (FEZ).
It is believed that Incheon will grow up to a central economic city
in the North East Asian era under the slogan of 'Power of citizens to one!
and Power of Incheon to the World!'
Incheon Harbour: The gateway to Korea of western sea and the center of
Yellow sea region.
Incheon Moonhak Stadium: One of the stadiums used for the World Cup
Incheon International Airport: Expected to be developed to the Center of
Economy in the North East Asian Region by 2020.
With a commitment to sustainable design principles
and the best practices of urban planning,
Gale International and its partners have realized their
vision for a new international city. The master plan calls
for a synergistic mix of uses for Songdo IBD, from
architecturally advanced office and convention space to
world-class hotels. Songdo IBD is also home to a
variety of residential and retail developments, offering
a range of shopping, dining and entertainment experiences,
as well as public and private schools and state-of-the-art health
Incheon Grand Bridge
Incheon Grand Bridge, a ‘red carpet’
expanding to the world, connects the present
Incheon International Airport Highway and the
second Kyungin Highway making its way to
the gateway to Korea, Incheon International
Airport and Songdo International City.
Ganghwa Island is the fifth largest island in Korea. It is located in the
West Sea. There are 28 islands. 11 of them are inhabited islands, and
the others are uninhabited islands. And its beaches are 99Km long. In
31 December 1997, the Ganghwa Bridge was created. So the island is
more convenient to visit.
Ganghwa island has many famous scenic spots and ancient artifacts.
The most famous of these are the Goindol Rocks, designated as a
World Cultural Treasure. The Goindol graves are where the rulers of the
Ganghwa Island in the Bronze Age are buried. And there is Mani
Mountain. If you go to the top of Mani Mountain, you can see the West
Sea and the island. This is where Dangunwanggeom is said to have
offered sacrificial rites to the heavens.
Incheon Harbor has a dock with a floodgate… The dock is a structure that
isolates a ship and then lets sea water in and out to float the ship; the
floodgate is installed on the dock to prevent the movement of sea water
after the ship enters the dock. For the West Coast, and especially in the
case of Incheon, the difference between the ebb and flow of the tide is
severe, and therefore the floodgate was developed to resolve problems
caused by such differences. The floodgate can be considered the symbol
of Incheon City.
Located at the far northwestern tip of South Korea Baengnyeong Island
is very famous because of its impressive, natural and intact beauty, and
also because of its geographical situation. Dumujin, Kongdol-beach and
Sagot beaches, such beautiful and special natural places and resources
do not exist anywhere else in Korea. Here in Baengnyeong-do the
wonders of nature can be admired the Imdangsu from the direction of
Simchonggak as well as the sand desert of Daecheong-do.
Sorae has a many things, like
fish markets, harbor, salterns.
Korea make some salt in the sea.
It’s a saltern. If we can go there, we can eat the many fish, shell,
All of the korean like this.
And there is a very many big and small boats.
Do you wants to come to the sorae? 66