The Living History Exhibition Hall is a space that displays the life history of Jung-gu, Incheon since the 1960s. It is a place where you can experience ancient relics and spaces, and the detailed old space such as Incheon Station, Chamber of Commerce, Barber Shop, and Funeral Hall at the time of the restoration gives you the impression of riding a time machine home.
Korea’s first hotel, the Daebul Hotel, has been renovated with a “reconstruction” that reconstructs the original site of the lost building and a “reconstruction” that reconstructs existing components. Considering the lack of accommodation for Westerners entering and leaving Incheon Port, the construction of the third floor of the Western style began in 1887.Architecture, Hotel opened in 1888. The interior space of the Grand Buddha Hotel is full of antique atmosphere suitable for Neutro’s schedule.
You can rent a flowery costume and walk around the streets like you did back in time. Enjoy the day with the unique antique look of the clothes of the flowering season. You can also enjoy the theme shooting at the black-and-white photo studio, so please record all your memories of the day in pictures. It will leave you with interesting clothes and special memories that you want to keep for a long time.
Special options are recommended at your own expense!
Open Port Electric Vehicle Tour (KRW 20,000/person)
You can also take pictures of Incheon’s open port by riding eco-friendly electric cars on the streets and tourist attractions and listening to the story of Incheon’s open port from a professional guide. The guide drove off and took pictures of the stories and memories hidden there. The characteristic of the open port, which consists of uphill and downhill slopes, gives people the opportunity to travel around more places than anyone else by tram. It is a tour where you can take pictures of your life and learn and enjoy various stories about history and culture through professional guides in Incheon.
You can visit the “Jemulpo club,” a sacrificial offering that appears in the Korean drama “Goblin.” Jemulpo Club was built in 1901 as a social gathering place for foreigners living in Incheon, including the United States, Russia and Japan. It is also known as the Jemulpo Club Hall. It is a two-story Western-style brick building with an iron roof and various facilities such as a social room, a library, a billiard table, and a restaurant. The exterior of the building was a suitable facility for social gatherings, such as a tennis court, which was rare at that time.
Joyang Textile, a large-scale cafe that is fun to watch, is a cafe full of unusual atmosphere that enters a small museum from the entrance. This coffee shop is a retrofit of the old textile factory. A gallery full of vintage items. It is a remodeling of the abandoned factory, so from the feeling of the concrete ceiling to the photo exhibition of the old textile factory, it feels like it’s going back to that time. Let’s enjoy a cup of hot coffee together at a cafe full of old-fashioned atmosphere other than taking pictures of our lives.