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FASTEST GROWING TOURIST ATTRACTION OF KOREA – INCHEON

Korea has quickly earned increasing global interest and attention with the rise of online cultural trends. So many people are intrigued by the experience of Korean culture, and since Korea has been continuously recuperating from COVID-19, the Incheon Tourism Organization predicts that international tourists will be able to indulge in trips to Korea very soon.

Seoul has been often regarded as the leading tourist attraction in Korea, but Incheon may triumph over Seoul modernly. Conveniently located by the sea amongst islands and numerous filming locations of Korean cultural content, tourists can now encounter trips in the area with Incheon’s smart tourist platform.

Incheon Tourism Organization suggests the following tourist locations to get to know the true essence of Incheon.

Wolmido Island – Location from Squid Game

Wolmi Theme Park (Wolmi My Land) opened in 1992 and is the oldest amusement park in Wolmido. The park has become exceptionally popular as it was the filming location of Squid Game, where Deoksu meets his gang members. Fans come near and far to get photo ops at Wolmi There Park, indulging in dalgona like the characters from Squid Game and to admire the breathtaking sunsets.

Yeongjongdo Island – The Heart of Korean Content

Yeongjongdo Island is typically the first site that tourists encounter, as many international airlines arrive in Korea via Incheon International Airport. One of the top art and entertainment resorts in Yeongjongdo Island, Paradise City, is noteworthy for the multitude of music videos, photoshoots and fan meeting sites for K-Pop artists. Paradise City isn’t the only filming location for Korean content from TV series to reality shows in Yeongjongdo Island. Eurwangni Beach is where BTS filmed one of their music videos, and is a must-visit for those looking to appreciate a stunning sunset in Korea.

Incheon Open Port – Smart Travel via Incheon Easy App

Incheon Open Port may just be the most significant historic tourist attraction that allows for an experience of the 19th century, and the present. Domestic and international visitors can take pleasure in these trips by using the Incheon Easy app. The app includes tourism suggestions, transportation reservations and a luggage keeping service. Download the Incheon Easy app if you plan on traveling to Incheon soon. (Available on Google Play and App Store).

If you’re in search of the perfect tourist destination that will submerge you in culture, entertainment and history, you’ve found exactly that in Incheon.

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Guns N’ Roses – Hard Skool

Multi-platinum selling rock band Guns N’ Roses release new song “Hard Skool.”  “Hard Skool” follows last months’ surprise release of the song “ABSUЯD.”  Written by Axl Rose and co-produced by Axl Rose and Caram Costanzo, “Hard Skool” is available now at all digital retailers via Geffen Records. Watch the visualizer for “Hard Skool” HERE.

Their new song is a classic rock banger with solid vocals and great riffs. It was originally recorded for 2008’s Chinese Democracy and had the working title “Jackie Chan.”

Guns N’ Roses are currently on a massive stadium and arena tour wrapping up the U.S. leg with upcoming dates in Baltimore, MD, Raleigh, NC and two nights at the Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, FL. For a complete list of tour dates click HERE.  Music will be available in the following formats: 7in vinyl, cassette and CD”

About Guns N’ Roses

Following the group’s 1985 formation, Guns N’ Roses injected unbridled, unrivaled, and unstoppable attitude into the bludgeoning Los Angeles rock scene. The Spirit went on to captivate the entire world with the release of their 1987 debut Appetite For Destruction, which included the hit songs “Welcome to the Jungle,” “Sweet Child O’ Mine” and “Paradise City.” In 1991, the seven-time platinum Use Your Illusion I and Use Your Illusion II occupies the top two spots of the Billboard Top 200 upon release.