Yeongjong Island is an island off the west coast of the city of Incheon, South Korea, which contains Incheon International Airport as well as its old history showing the current and the past of Korea.


Incheon Airport

In order to divide the demand for air transportation in the 21st Century and to serve as a hub for Northeast Asia's hub, hub of Northeast Asia, it opened in 1992 and reopened in 1992, with 7.08 trillion won, a total of 718.8 billion won.


Eulwang-ri Beach Resort

It was also designated as a sea resort in 1986 as a sea resort in Ullwang-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, and was designated as a national tourist attraction in 1986. The length of the sandy beach is about 700 meters long and the average depth is 1.5 meters. The colorful scenery of Songlim and Seollim is lined up with colorful scenery, so the landscape is very beautiful. In particular, the falling tide is one of the best in the West Coast. At low tide, the sandy beach is about 200 meters wide.


Yeongdong Rail Bike

Youngjong Sideong Park was built on the south coast of Youngjong Island, along with John and Eco-school John III and John 3 John III zone.


Youngjong Bridge Memorial Hall

Located at the entrance of Yeongjong Bridge, the first basement observation of Yeongjong Bridge and the Yellow Sea, the first basement museum of Korea is located on the first floor of the underground bridge.


Yong-Gung Temple

On November 9, 1990, it was designated as Historic Site No. 15 No. 15 in Incheon Metropolitan City. Principia The reign of King Mu of Shilla Munmu Temple was founded by Emperor Munmu (675) and was named after the Great Depression in 1854.


BMW Driving Center

The BMW Driving Center is a driving complex for cars that can experience driving and driving. It consists of tracks, exhibition halls, event halls, and junior hall resting spaces. Located in Yeongjongdong, Jung-gu, Incheon, the total area covers about 33 million ㎡, with a total area of 33 ㎡