nice place and food
As far as Korea is concerned, Chinatown is really not much, or it can be called Chinatown. Incheon Chinatown is most famous for its miscellaneous sauce noodles. The most famous dishes are fried sauce noodles and seafood spicy noodles. Each restaurant will have its own special dishes or two. Incheon Chinatown was designated as a Chinese settlement after the Qing government's extraterritorial jurisdiction in 1884. It's fitting to come here and learn about the history of Korean Chinese. In the past, most of the shops selling Chinese products here are now Chinese restaurants. In addition, I would like to remind you that most of the Chinese living in Chinatown today are descendants of the second or third generation of early immigrants. Almost everyone has become Korean. The "Chinese Heart" has become very thin, but Chinese cuisine is still very authentic. The Chinese red people in the streets can still feel a strong Chinese flavor. According to my personal experience, the Chinese city must experience a few - "1, fried sauce noodles (Korean people say the most famous is Republican Spring, but in fact this Republican Spring is no longer run by Chinese people, so you do not have to line up here to eat, because there are many cheap and delicious fried sauce noodles in other homes. ) 2. Chinese and Japanese buildings. (This is because there was a clear distinction between the dynasty concessions and the Japanese concessions here. There are very obvious historical traces. We must look carefully at each building. Significant) 3. Chinese snacks. Many of these snacks are different from those now sold in China, such as desktop pineapple crisps. They are very delicious here and must be tasted if you have the chance. ) Traditional Chinese Department Store Gonghe Spring Tower Street Snacks Chinatown Street Architecture (presented by Weihai, China) Nightscape Chinese Red
The first place where overseas Chinese lived in Korea. It used to be a place for Chinese leases, Japanese leases and other foreign leases. Now it has become a tourist attraction for Korean nationals. In fact, the Dalin Cave generation in Seoul is the place where Chinese people live together.
It feels very rich with Chinese characteristics! ____________ It can be said to be antique! There are many kinds of Chinese snacks! Shaanxi cold skin, meat with steamed buns, Shandong snacks... Have everything that one expects to find! It is said that the Spring Restaurant of the Republic of China was built in the late Qing Dynasty.
Having just arrived at an unfamiliar place in Korea, one can not find the north as soon as he gets out of the subway station. He only feels the piercing "cold current" ah. Fortunately, he meets "good Korean policeman" and can ask for directions. Although he is not familiar with the language, he is eager to understand it. Sign language + poor English indicates the direction. Nearby is a lively and extraordinary food street, dazzling and ignorant of Korean, can only eat a small street pancake 6 yuan.
Take Seoul Metro Line 1 to Incheon Station and walk for about 10 minutes. If you take a taxi, just tell the driver to go to Chinatown. The streets are full of stalls selling hollow bread and moon cakes, many Chinese restaurants and shops. There are many small commodities that are almost identical to domestic tourist attractions.
Incheon China Street is very convenient to get there. Just across from the subway station, there is a Chinese Street, which is equivalent to the Chinatown we often mentioned. It is said that this place is relatively close to Shandong, China. So many people are Chinese. Well, it should be said that they are Chinese. They can speak Chinese and advertisements are also Chinese. Anyway, they know a lot of Chinese here.